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March 23, 2005

True Bravery

During The Attack on Akshardham temple on 24th September 2002 this Brave man fought the Greatest battle of his life. Yes he was the N.S.G. Commando Late Mr. Surjan Singh,who sacrificed his life for the Nation. Sadly On 19th May 2004 he Lost the. Toughest and Longest battle against Life exactly after 600 Days being in Coma, he lost this life. The Bullet Which hit him in the head, made him Unconcious for almost 600 days. His Family members were hoping that one day their Hero will open his eyes but he didn't.

It was the Longest Wait for the family members of this Brave Man.. When the whole india was busy in Guessing Who will be the Next PM of the Country - Will it be Sonia or will it be Manmohan singh,This man was fighting his Last battle. But it's so sad that in the hype of all the
Political Drama, the News abt his Death was Lost like a needle in a hay stack! Even the Leading News Papers & So Called Best News Channels of India which Works on 24 X 7 basis, failed to highlight  this story of the Brave Man. Unfortunately it was mentioned somewhere on the middle page of some newspaper

.......This was the Reward for the Brave task for which he lost his life. Besides his Family members, Only one thing was there with him During thoseToughest 600 days. It was there near his bed till the last Moment.

Can you Guess what it was ?...............

It was the "Tiranga", Yes our National Flag, which was Saluting him for his Great cause. Absolutely No words can Suffice our Gratitude towards him. If news papers refuse to cover, TV channels refuse to cover, let us do our bit. This is the only way we can Salute his Bravery...

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Hats off to N.S.G. Commando Late Mr. Surjan Singh.
Really He was a BRAVE SOLDIER and Proud of India.

its an Shame to our politicians, and NEWS papers and channels who dint able to cover a brave persons details.

Posted by: Veeranagouda Patil, Bangal;ore, | Jun 24, 2006 5:17:15 AM

Hats off to N.S.G. Commando Late Mr. Surjan Singh.
Really He was a BRAVE SOLDIER and Proud of India.

its an Shame to our politicians, and NEWS papers and channels who dint able to cover a brave persons details.

Posted by: veeranagouda Patil | Jun 24, 2006 5:15:42 AM

This is the example which will be remembered for a long time.We,for whom Mr. surjan sacrificed his life,should pay homage to the true son of india.Leave it what our media is doing.Do what u want.dont depend on the media.only people can change the country.neither Government nor media will help.

Jai Hind.

Posted by: chetan | Feb 24, 2006 12:45:30 AM

I only wish that people in our country can differentiate between Petty Politics and True Bravery.

Now-a-days the media has only become a means of earning money and highlighting the people in high positions.. n this is not restricted only to politics... this is very sad... !!

My heart-filled salute to the true Indian soldier...

Jai Hind !!

Posted by: Venkata Rammurty A | Feb 14, 2006 3:45:34 AM

Mr. Surjan Singh's brave contribution towards the nation cannot be forgotten and he will be remembered.

All I could say is "I SALUTE YOU BROTHER".

May the god's blessings be with his family and friends.

Jai Hind.

Posted by: Jai hind | Feb 10, 2006 12:51:49 AM

Hats off to N.S.G. Commando Late Mr. Surjan Singh. I salute him from the bottom of my heart.

JAI HIND
A True Indian

Posted by: Sudheer N | Feb 8, 2006 11:23:47 PM

Surjan singh went into a 600-day coma - but our sensation-seeking media seems to have gone into a much longer and deeper 600-week or 600-month coma - looking at some of the trash that is being aired in name of news, and such genuine, heart-wencing stories consigned to the trashbin...

May his family have the courage and the strength that he had..

Posted by: Inspirator | Mar 26, 2005 12:33:11 PM

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