KBC 14: Major DP Singh said on Kargil war, said- if you want to win, win with love, fighting always leads to loss

It took me two and a half hours to reach the hospital which was in Akhnoor. And in two and a half hours there was a lot of blood and due to cardiac arrest on the way, when the doctor received it, he said that this is a dead body, take it to the mortuary.

Major DP Singh

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question based show on sony tv ‘KBC 14’ has begun. During this show, the 75th celebration of the country’s independence is being celebrated and in the first episode of this show, the Kargil War is being celebrated. Major DP Singhin the army Colonel Mithali Madhumita and Bollywood actors Aamir Khan had arrived. during this episode Amitabh Bachchan He learned the story of Major DP Singh in his own words. A soldier of the Kargil war who spent his every breath in the name of the country. Circumstances did injure them but could not destroy them.

Major DP Singh narrated the story of Kargil War

Amitabh Bachchan asked DP Singh during the show that when the Kargil war happened, where was your posting at that time? In response to this question, he said, ‘Kargil is a small town, by which the war became famous, otherwise my posting in ‘Operation Vijay’ was in Akhnoor sector. Line of control also runs in Akhnoor. Above the Line of Control is a small village called Palanwala, which is called Palanwala in the common language there. A river named Munavvar Tawi flows near the post of Palanwala. In the middle of Munawwar Tawi was my post whose name was P6. And the post we had was just 80 meters away from the enemy’s post and there was an open field in front.

Major DP Singh stopped his story in the middle and said, ‘I would like to say one thing friends that nothing can be won by fighting. Fighting always results in loss.

had suffocated the enemies

Major DP Singh further said that, ‘When the fighting started, I had put my nose in his nose during the initial days of Operation Vijay. He was a little worried. I was commanding a post over my post, in which there was another like me and thirty soldiers with me. So from there I used to do air bursts above his post because when he exploded in the air, he used to destroy everything below. So they were yearning that they would remove it in some way or the other.

On 13 July, he gave a short break in the fighting. I thought it was time to drink tea and water. But getting too much rest in a fight is not good. It means the calm before the storm. He did two days of recce and learned everything about my sitting and sitting and on July 15, the firing started in the morning. The mortar bomb came towards me and fell on the post. And after hearing his voice, I knew that it would fall behind. But the one who falls near you, comes quietly and asks you whether to burst? So I said man burst.

Major DP Singh’s body has 73 pellets still present

I only got enough time to lie down. That bomb had fallen one and a half meters away. And the radius of one meter from his killing zone point of impact is his killing zone. There I bled very badly. 73 shrapnel are still present in my body. Who keeps harassing me one day or the other. The battle goes on between his pain and my laughter and till date only my laughter has been winning.

It took me two and a half hours to reach the hospital which was in Akhnoor. And in two and a half hours there was a lot of blood and due to cardiac arrest on the way, when the doctor received it, he said that this is a dead body, take it to the mortuary. But I said that if there was a bomb of neighbors, then it had to be destroyed.

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people saved their lives by giving blood

Major DP Singh said in the end that, ‘I do not know which Indian Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, Christian … Which caste … Which caste and which Creeve they belonged, They gave me their blood, saved me . Today I am proudly saying that this is my blood, that true Indian is in my veins.