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Deepawali – “the festival of light”, that illuminates our lives with joy, also symbolizes the triumph of good over evil, light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance and hope over despair. This year, let’s do the environment a favour, Let’s celebrate a clean & green Deepawali !!
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On 21 Oct, The Police commemoration Day, I pay my homage to one of Living Martyr of HOT SPRING HC Baljeet Singh, CRPF. He is one of the living martyr of Hot spring incidence out of three jawans. This was a memorable moment of meeting him while the shooting of my film “WALL OF VALOUR – A TRIBUTE TO MARTYRS”.
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HOT SPRINGS, LADAKH-THE PILGRIMAGE OF INDIAN POLICE FORCES
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It was an event that changed the course of history in the subcontinent. It brought together the nation as few other things could. The history of commemoration day traces back to 21st October 1959, when a patrol party of CRPF, led by DSP Karam Singh, was ambushed by the Chinese forces at Hot Springs Ladakh and 10 jawans were killed, the bravery and resultant sacrifice of jawans fighting at 16,000 ft. altitude, in extremely cold conditions and against all odds, is an epitome of the rarest of the rare courage Indo-Tibetan Border Police sends a representative party of all police forces, of the country, to Hot springs, Ladakh every year to pay homage to the martyrs who laid down their lives on 21st Oct, 1959 while guarding national frontiers.

It was the CRPF which bore the brunt of the first onslaught of the Chinese at Hot Springs (Ladakh) on October 21, 1959 when a small CRPF patrol was ambushed and overwhelmingly outnumbered by the Chinese. In the ensuing skirmish, as many as 10 CRPF men laid down their lives for the Motherland, Their Martyrdom on October 21 is observed throughout the country as the ‘Police Commemoration Day’.

In the early day’s one of the most hazardous of the tasks entrusted to CRPF were on the Indo-Tibetan border, abreast of Aksai Chin. It was the Fore's out turn here in the shape of service and sacrifices that inspires us all even today. The incident made "Hot Springs" a holy place to CRPF and the day a martyrs day for entire Police Force of the Country.

I SALUTE YOU!!
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On 21 Oct, The Police commemoration Day, I pay my homage to one of Living Martyr of HOT SPRING HC Baljeet Singh, CRPF. He is one of the living martyr of Hot spring incidence out of three jawans. This was a memorable moment of meeting him while the shooting of my film “WALL OF VALOUR – A TRIBUTE TO MARTYRS”.
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HOT SPRINGS, LADAKH-THE PILGRIMAGE OF INDIAN POLICE FORCES
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It was an event that changed the course of history in the subcontinent. It brought together the nation as few other things could. The history of commemoration day traces back to 21st October 1959, when a patrol party of CRPF, led by DSP Karam Singh, was ambushed by the Chinese forces at Hot Springs Ladakh and 10 jawans were killed, the bravery and resultant sacrifice of jawans fighting at 16,000 ft. altitude, in extremely cold conditions and against all odds, is an epitome of the rarest of the rare courage Indo-Tibetan Border Police sends a representative party of all police forces, of the country, to Hot springs, Ladakh every year to pay homage to the martyrs who laid down their lives on 21st Oct, 1959 while guarding national frontiers.

It was the CRPF which bore the brunt of the first onslaught of the Chinese at Hot Springs (Ladakh) on October 21, 1959 when a small CRPF patrol was ambushed and overwhelmingly outnumbered by the Chinese. In the ensuing skirmish, as many as 10 CRPF men laid down their lives for the Motherland, Their Martyrdom on October 21 is observed throughout the country as the ‘Police Commemoration Day’.

In the early day’s one of the most hazardous of the tasks entrusted to CRPF were on the Indo-Tibetan border, abreast of Aksai Chin. It was the Fore's out turn here in the shape of service and sacrifices that inspires us all even today. The incident made "Hot Springs" a holy place to CRPF and the day a martyrs day for entire Police Force of the Country.

I SALUTE YOU!!
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On 21 Oct, The Police commemoration Day, I pay my homage to one of Living Martyr of HOT SPRING HC Baljeet Singh, CRPF. He is one of the living martyr of Hot spring incidence out of three jawans. This was a memorable moment of meeting him while the shooting of my film “WALL OF VALOUR – A TRIBUTE TO MARTYRS”.
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HOT SPRINGS, LADAKH-THE PILGRIMAGE OF INDIAN POLICE FORCES
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It was an event that changed the course of history in the subcontinent. It brought together the nation as few other things could. The history of commemoration day traces back to 21st October 1959, when a patrol party of CRPF, led by DSP Karam Singh, was ambushed by the Chinese forces at Hot Springs Ladakh and 10 jawans were killed, the bravery and resultant sacrifice of jawans fighting at 16,000 ft. altitude, in extremely cold conditions and against all odds, is an epitome of the rarest of the rare courage Indo-Tibetan Border Police sends a representative party of all police forces, of the country, to Hot springs, Ladakh every year to pay homage to the martyrs who laid down their lives on 21st Oct, 1959 while guarding national frontiers.

It was the CRPF which bore the brunt of the first onslaught of the Chinese at Hot Springs (Ladakh) on October 21, 1959 when a small CRPF patrol was ambushed and overwhelmingly outnumbered by the Chinese. In the ensuing skirmish, as many as 10 CRPF men laid down their lives for the Motherland, Their Martyrdom on October 21 is observed throughout the country as the ‘Police Commemoration Day’.

In the early day’s one of the most hazardous of the tasks entrusted to CRPF were on the Indo-Tibetan border, abreast of Aksai Chin. It was the Fore's out turn here in the shape of service and sacrifices that inspires us all even today. The incident made "Hot Springs" a holy place to CRPF and the day a martyrs day for entire Police Force of the Country.

I SALUTE YOU!!
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