December 8, 2021

Colonel Narendra Kumar Bull Passed Away PM Modi Expressed Condolences – Colonel Narendra ‘Bull’ passed away, played an important role in protecting Siachen, PM Modi condolences


News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi
Updated Fri, 01 Jan 2021 12:00 PM

Colonel Narendra ‘Bull’ Kumar
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Colonel Narendra Kumar, who conquered the world’s highest mountain peaks and contributed significantly to the safety of the Siachen Glacier, died on Thursday at the Army Research and Referral (R&R) Hospital in Delhi. Colonel Narendra, known as ‘Bull’ in the Indian Army was 87 years old and suffered from diseases.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi condoled the death of Colonel Narendra. The Prime Minister tweeted, ‘An irreparable loss! Colonel Narendra ‘Bull’ Kumar (retired) served the nation with extraordinary courage and diligence. His special bond with the mountains will be remembered. Condolences to his family and well wishers. om Shanti.’

It is noteworthy that on the basis of Colonel Bull’s reports, the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi allowed the Indian Army to run Operation Meghdoot. It was only after this that the Indian army advanced with the aim of occupying Siachen. Had this operation not been done, the whole of Siachen would have gone under the occupation of Pakistan.

Colonel Narendra Kumar, who conquered the world’s highest mountain peaks and contributed significantly to the safety of the Siachen Glacier, died on Thursday at the Army Research and Referral (R&R) Hospital in Delhi. Colonel Narendra, known as ‘Bull’ in the Indian Army was 87 years old and suffered from diseases.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi condoled the death of Colonel Narendra. The Prime Minister tweeted, ‘An irreparable loss! Colonel Narendra ‘Bull’ Kumar (retired) served the nation with extraordinary courage and diligence. His special bond with the mountains will be remembered. Condolences to his family and well wishers. om Shanti.’

It is noteworthy that on the basis of Colonel Bull’s reports, the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi allowed the Indian Army to run Operation Meghdoot. It was only after this that the Indian army advanced with the aim of occupying Siachen. Had this operation not been done, the whole of Siachen would have gone under the occupation of Pakistan.




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