Wed. May 18th, 2022
Major Mohit Sharma PARA SF Commando

Major Mohit Sharma, AC, SM was an Indian Army Officer who was posthumously conceded the Ashoka Chakra, India’s most raised agreement time military beautification. Maj Sharma was from the supreme first Para SF. He passed on, in actuality, on 21 March 2009 while driving his Bravo Assault Team around there.

Mohit was brought into the world on 13 January 1978 in Rohtak, Haryana in a Brahmin family. His moniker in the family was “Chintu” while his NDA bunch mates call him “Mike”. He finished his twelfth tutoring from DPS Ghaziabad in 1995 during which he showed up for his NDA Exam. In the wake of finishing his twelfth, he got admission to Shri Sant Gajanan Maharaj College of Engineering, Shegaon, Maharashtra. Yet, during his school, he cleared the SSB for NDA and chose to join the Indian Army. He left his school and joined the National Defense Academy (NDA).

In 1995, Major Mohit Sharma left Engineering and joined NDA to seek after his fantasy. During his NDA preparation, he dominated in different exercises including swimming, boxing, and pony riding. His number one pony was “Indira”. He, under the preparation of Col Bhawani Singh, turned into the boss of pony riding. He was additionally a champ in Boxing under plume weight class.

In the wake of finishing his scholastics concentrates in NDA, he joined the Indian Military Academy (IMA) in 1998. In IMA, he was granted the position of Battalion Cadet Adjutant. He got an opportunity to meet the then President of India K. R. Narayanan at the Rashtrapati Bhavan. He has authorized as a lieutenant on 11 December 1999.

His first posting was Hyderabad in the fifth Battalion The Madras Regiment (5 Madras). On finishing 3 fruitful long periods of Military help, Major Mohit picked the Para (Special Forces) and he turned into a prepared Para Commando in June 2003, trailed by advancement to the chief on 11 December. He was then posted in Kashmir where he showed his authority and boldness. Advanced major on 11 December 2005, he was granted the Sena Medal for his valiance. During the third posting, he was given the duty to prepare the Commandos in Belgaum where he educated for a very long time. Mohit Sharma on the other hand moved to Kashmir where he made the preeminent penance.

On 21 March 2009, he had an experience with psychological militants in the Hafrada woods of the Kupwara area of Jammu and Kashmir. He slaughtered four fear mongers and protected two colleagues all the while, yet supported various shot injuries which executed him. For this demonstration, he was posthumously granted the Ashoka Chakra, which is the most noteworthy harmony time military adornment in India. He was granted two chivalry enrichments before in his vocation. The previous was the COAS Commendation Card for excellent counter-illegal intimidation obligations during Operation Rakshak, which was trailed by a Sena Medal for chivalry after an undercover activity in 2005. Major Mohit Sharma is made due by his better half Major Rishima Sharma, who is an Army officer and proceeding with his tradition of administration to the country. 

In 2019, Delhi Metro Corporation renamed the Rajendra Nagar metro station as “Major Mohit Sharma (Rajendra Nagar) metro station”. This hero will always be remembered for his bravery. Jai Hind