Sandeep Sankhla

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Sandeep Sankhla was born on 3 January, 1964 in Hamirpur, India. Discover Sandeep Sankhla’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 56 years old?

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Age56 years old
Zodiac SignCapricorn
Born3 January 1964
Birthday3 January
BirthplaceHamirpur, India
NationalityIndia

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Timeline of Sandeep Sankhla

2019

Captain Sandeep Shankla was given the nation’s highest peacetime gallantry award, “Ashok Chakra” for his outstanding courage, devotion to duty and supreme sacrifice. He is survived by his father Lt Col JS. Kanwar (retd), mother Smt Manju Kanwar and a younger brother.

1991

During 1991, Captain Sandeep Shankla’s unit, 18 Dogra was deployed in Kupwara of the J & K area for anti-insurgency operations. On 8th Aug 1991, Captain Sandeep Shankla’s unit had received credible information from intelligence sources about the presence of terrorists in Zafarkhani village in Kupwara district. A decision was taken by the security forces to launch a search and destroy operation to nab the terrorists under the leadership of Capt Sandeep Shankla. Capt Sandeep along with his soldiers reached the suspected area and launched a search and cordon operation. The terrorists fired at the troops on being cornered and challenged. A fierce gun battle ensued thereafter with a heavy exchange of fire from both sides. During the crossfire, one of the soldiers got injured and Capt Sandeep realizing the danger to his life crawled and dragged him to safety while eliminating one terrorist. The other terrorist then lobbed two grenades at Capt Sandeep, but in a rare show of courage, he hurled one of the grenades back at the attackers. However, during this process, Capt Sandeep sustained splinter and bullet injuries. But he kept engaging with the enemy till he lost his consciousness. He later succumbed to his injuries and was martyred. The operation led by Capt Sandeep resulted in the elimination of 9 terrorists and in addition 22 of them were apprehended. Capt Sandeep was a valiant soldier and a gritty officer who led from the front like a true military leader. Married just 6 months earlier, Capt Sandeep laid down his life at the age of 27 years, in the service of the nation.

1986

From childhood, Shankla wanted to follow in the footsteps of his father and join the armed forces. He was commissioned on 14 June 1986 into 18 Dogra Regiment.

1964

Captain Sandeep Shankla (3 January 1964 – 8 August 1991) was an Indian Army officer who was posthumously awarded India’s highest peacetime gallantry award, the Ashoka Chakra, for acts in Jammu and Kashmir.