New Delhi: 20 personnel of armed forces, including Major Aditya Kumar and Rifleman Aurangzeb, will be honored with Shaurya Chakra. Kumar had come to the dispute when his unit shot dead a stone pelting mob in Shopian district of south Kashmir, in which three people were killed. Aurangzeb, who lives in Jammu and Kashmir, will also be awarded the third highest gallantry award. The terrorists had abducted him from Palwama in June and killed him with vandalism. At that time, he was going to his house on holiday to celebrate the Eid. Aurangzeb's bullet with 44 Rashtriya Rifles was found to be the body of the ribbons, which was found around 10 km away from Kalampura in Pulwama. It has been stated in a government release that Aurangzeb has been given the prize for showing heroism in anti-terrorism campaign in south Kashmir on November 6 last year. Sep VPal Singh has been nominated for posthumous chakra posthumously.
He died in anti-terrorist campaign in November 2017 in Algar village in south Kashmir. Navy medal will be given to six women officers of the Indian Navy who are involved in the revolutionary movement of water from the world of water. On the eve of Independence Day, the Ministry of External Affairs released the official list of gallantry awardees. These awards have been approved by President Ramnath Kovind as the supreme commander of the Armed Forces, the government has not declared the highest gallantry award Ashok Chakra. List of those who have won gallantry award are the names of many army personnel who show bravery and sacrifice in Jammu and Kashmir's counter-insurgency operations.
In a government release about the selection of Major Aditya Kumar for the Shaurya Chakra, it has been said that he planned carefully during the anti-terrorism campaign in Badgham in Kashmir in November 2017 and acted bravely. "Major Kumar led On January 27, the unit had shot dead a stone-throwing crowd in Shopian, in which three persons died. After this the Jammu and Kashmir Police registered an FIR against the army personnel involved in the incident. In February, Major Kumar's father demanded the cancellation of the FIR by turning the Supreme Court. During the hearing of the case, the central government said that in the event of the Armed Forces Privileges Act (AFSPA) being implemented in the state, the state government can not file an FIR against a serving army worker.