Every week we try to highlight unsung heroes in our country. Such heroes are an inspiration for today’s youth!
Today, we will talk about Captain Vikram Batra. A soldier who became a legend. With his immortal sacrifice, he has set the benchmark for aspiring army men who wish to uphold the security of our country.
Captain Vikram Batra played a pivotal role in the Kargil war against Pakistan. Several Indian soldiers lost their lives during the Kargil war in an ambush planned by Pakistan Army.
Captain Batra was all set to become a General in the Indian Army, within a few days. Sadly, he never made it back from that infamous war.
Captain Vikram Batra sacrificed his life to save another during the war. He saved a Subhedar’s life saying, ‘You are a father and have to look after your family.’ Vikram Batra lost his life soon after this huge sacrifice.
His last words were – ‘Jai Mata Di!’
J.P. Dutta tried to capture the bravery of Vikram Batra in the flop movie – L.O.C Kargil, but failed horribly.
We would indeed love to see his story on screen, presented in such a way that it does justice to his bravado.
In an era when we are debating whether to stand up for our National Anthem or not, Captain Batra’s sacrifice is indeed an eye-opener for each one of us!
Let’s make his sacrifice famous among one and all!
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