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UP CM Yogi Adityanath bowed down on the martyrdom of Col Ashutosh Sharma, who was martyred in the Handwara encounter in Jammu and Kashmir.

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UP CM Yogi Adityanath bowed down on the martyrdom of Col Ashutosh Sharma, who was martyred in the Handwara encounter in Jammu and Kashmir. He also announced 50 lakh rupees to his family and a job to one person.

In the encounter at Handwara in Jammu and Kashmir, five Army personnel, including the commanding officer of 21 Army Rifles, Colonel Ashutosh Sharma, and Major Anuj Sood were killed. Two terrorists have also been killed in this operation. Saluting the martyrdom of Colonel Ashutosh Sharma, a resident of Bulandshahr, UP, CM Yogi Adityanath has announced a grant of Rs 50 lakh to his family and a job to a family member.

UP CM Yogi said that he saluted the sacrifice of Colonel Ashutosh Sharma. We are proud of their martyrdom, while we are also sad to lose them. God give patience to the martyr's family. The UP government stands with the martyr's family all the time. Colonel Ashutosh Sharma, who lives in Parwana village of UP's Bulandshahar, died in an encounter with terrorists in a village of Handwara area of ​​Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday. The entire village and surrounding areas are mourning as soon as the news of the colonel's martyrdom was received. People have saluted his martyrdom.

The martyrs wrote this chapter of bravery

Terrorists hiding in a house in Handwara, were terrorist were firing. Intelligence and security forces conducted a joint operation. Colonel Ashutosh Sharma, commanding officer of 21 Rashtriya Rifles was leading the operation. He was accompanied by RR's Major Anuj Sood, Nayak Rajesh, and Lance Naik Dinesh. Sub-Inspector Shakeel Qazi of Jammu and Kashmir Police was also with him. Colonel Sharma's entire team entered the house where the terrorists were hiding. One by one all the hostages taken by the terrorist were evacuated. During this operation, the soldiers were hit with several bullets. Wounded soldiers were martyred but also killed the terrorists.

Colonel Ashutosh Sharma met two medals of valor

Colonel Sharma, coming from RR Guards Regiment, was posted in the Kashmir Valley for a long time. He was awarded Bravery Award twice for his bravery. The Army last lost Colonel rank officers in the Valley five years ago,





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