Army pays tribute to brave soldiers who foiled infiltration bid in Kupwara

New Delhi, July 31 : The Indian Army on Sunday paid tribute to two soldiers who lost their lives while foiling an infiltration bid by Pakistan sponsored terrorists in Kashmir.

Chief of Army staff General Dalbir Singh laid wreath at the mortal remains of Sepoy Babloo Singh and Sepoy Vishal Chaudhary, which were brought to the national capital from Srinagar by Indian Airlines flight IA 826.

Sepoy Babloo Singh was a resident of Jandipur village, Mathura. He was 29 years old and had been in service of the Indian army for 11 years. He is survived by his wife Ravita Devi and two children, a six year old son and a four year old daughter.

Sepoy Vishal Chaudhary was a resident of Ronda village in Bulandhshahr, Uttar Pradesh. He was 30 years old and has been in service of the Indian Army for 11 years. He is survived by his wife Madhu Singh, two daughters and a son, who are six year old triplets. The present infiltration bid was foiled in the Nowgam District of Kupwara in Kashmir where, in an earlier infiltration bid on July 25, four Pakistani terrorists were killed and one was captured alive.

In the encounter that has led to the martyrdom of these two brave soldiers, two terrorists, who had infiltrated from Pakistan, were killed.

Source: ANI