Input your search keywords and press Enter.


Sepoy Gurbinder Singh was born on 2nd June 1998 to Shri Labh Singh and Smt Charanjit Kaur. He hailed from Tolewal village in Sunam tehsil of Sangrur district in Punjab. He joined the Army in the year 2018, at the age of 19. He was recruited into the 3 Punjab battalion of the Punjab Regiment.  

Service Number 2514989F 
Place of Birth Sangrur, Punjab 
Rank Sepoy  
Unit 3 Punjab 
Regiment Punjab Regiment 
Award  Sena Medal  
Date of Martyrdom 15th June 2020 

During June 2020, Sepoy Gurbinder’s unit was deployed in eastern Ladakh close to the Line of Actual Control (LAC) as part of Operation Snow Leopard. Since early June the tension along the LAC was building up due to construction work in Galwan valley close to the road going from Leh to Daulat Beg Oldie. On 15th June 2020 night, restless Chinese activities were noticed in Galwan valley. Considering the seriousness of the situation, Colonel Santosh Babu the commanding officer of 16 Bihar battalion deployed in the area decided to lead the negotiations. However, the negotiation turned into altercation and altercation turned into scuffle which ultimately took the form of a violent clash with the Chinese soldiers. The clashes continued for hours and many Indian soldiers including Sepoy Gurbinder got seriously injured. Sepoy Gurbinder, Colonel Santosh Babu and 18 other soldiers later succumbed to their injuries. 

Sepoy Gurbinder Singh was awarded ‘Sena Medal’ posthumously on 26th January 2021.

Hi! I am Saloni Chhetri. I have done masters in Mathematics and currently working as a team member of How to Crack SSB. My hobby is writing which is one of the prime reasons, that I work for this organisation. Apart from this I would like to share one more information about myself, that I am also a Defence aspirant and one day I wish to join the Indian Air Force.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

89 − 82 =