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Wearing Military uniform, Colonel Manpreet Singh’s 6-year-old son bids ultimate salute to father

Son of Colonel Manpreet Singh salutes earlier than the mortal stays of his father.

India mourns the demise of two India Military officers – Colonel Manpreet Singh and Main Ashish Dhonchak – and DSP Humayun Bhat who died throughout an encounter in Jammu and Kashmir’s Anantnag.

The final rites of the martyred troopers had been carried out of their respective hometowns and visuals left a number of tear-eyed.

A video of the six-year-old son of Colonel Manpreet Singh is profitable hearts of netizens.

The clip exhibits the younger boy, wearing an Military uniform saluting his father’s mortal stays that was stored within the courtyard of their dwelling at Mullanpur Garibdass in Punjab.

He’s additionally seen waving his hand over the coffin during which Col. Singh’s physique was stored.

Col. Singh additionally has a two-year-old daughter who was sitting on her mom’s lap.

The mortal stays of Col. Singh had been carried for the final rites amid chants of “Col Manpreet amar rahe” and “Jo Bole So Nihal, Sat Sri Akal”.

Punjab Governor Banwarilal Purohit laid a wreath on the mortal stays of Col. Singh and paid tribute to him.

Former Military chief Basic (retd) VP Malik additionally paid respect to Col Singh.

Col. Singh might be cremated with full state honours. He might be accorded a ultimate guard of honour by his 19 Rashtriya Rifle (RR).

Col. Manpreet Singh hailed from a small village in Punjab named Bharonjian which is located on the outskirts of Chandigarh. He was posted in Kashmir with the Rashtriya Rifle and his tenure was about to finish in 4 months.

In 2021, he was adorned with the Sena Medal for Gallantry when he was a Lieutenant Colonel with the RR.

Col. Singh is survived by his mom, spouse Jagmeet Grewal and two youngsters. His father, who died just a few years in the past, was additionally a retired Indian Military veteran.



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