Uri attack:Another jawan succumbs,toll 19

United News Of India/Srinagar
September 30, 2016 0 Comments TOP STORIES 259 Views

One more soldier injured in the Uri terror attack succumbed to his injuries at Army’s R&R Hospital here, taking the death toll to 19.
The soldier died late last night, sources in the Army confirmed.
The soldier from Bihar Regiment Naik Raj Kishor Singh was being treated here after he was brought from Srinagar.
The martyr hailed from Piprpati village in Bhojpu district of Bihar. He is survived by his wife Kanchan Singh.
Mortal remains of the soldier will be taken to his home for the cremation.
The end came for the braveheart on a day when the Indian Army announced that its forces conducted surgical strikes across the Line of Control and inflicted heavy damage to terrorists and their backers.
The strikes were carried out ten days after the attack on an Army base at Uri in Jammu and Kashmir.
Initially, 17 soldiers were killed and 20 injured in the attack on September 18.
One soldier had died two days later here at R&R Hospital while Naik Raj Kishor Singh kept on battling with death for another 11 days, until the Army avenged the Uri attack

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