OPERATION EAGLE – OPEN LETTER TO GOVERNMENT OF INDIA – RELEASE 1971 WAR SERVICE CITATION SPECIAL FRONTIER FORCE-OPERATION EAGLE-1971 BANGLADESH OPs-GALLANTRY AWARD: February 06, 2016 From: Personal Number. MR-03277K, Rank. Major, AMC/DPC, Rudra Narasimham, Rebbapragada, B.Sc., M.B.B.S., 2011 South Huron Parkway, Apartment #11, Ann Arbor, MI 48104-4162 United States of America. To: Shri. Narendra Damodardas […]
Operation Eagle – The 1971 military operation in Chittagong Hill Tracts. An open letter to the Government of India.
I am asking the President of India to recognize the merit in my claim for a Gallantry Award for my participation in a military action called Operation Eagle conducted by a multinational military organization called Special Frontier Force.
SPECIAL FRONTIER FORCE – OPERATION EAGLE 1971 – LIBERATION WAR OF BANGLADESH : Prime Minister Indira Gandhi during 1971 initiated the Liberation of Bangladesh with military action in Chittagong Hill Tracts. This battle plan was code-named Operation Eagle. This was India’s undeclared war on Pakistan that commenced on November 03, 1971, a month prior to India’s […]
The dates of battle action and the battle plan of military operation Eagle must be disclosed because of its historical importance.
“Justice delayed is Justice denied.” My brother wrote to Dr. Manmohan Singh demanding Justice in the award of gallantry award for my role in Operation Eagle.
A letter to Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh to uphold the dignity of Prime Minister’s Office and to support the actions taken by Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and her Cabinet Secretariat during 1971.
Army Medical corps faces its greatest challenge in providing initial Resuscitative Care to the Battle Casualty in the Combat Zone.
The psychological preparation for war demands that the man should overcome his ‘Fear of Death’ so that he could physically march toward’s his enemy’s position and willingly confront the threat of Death.Indian Tradition views this as an act of severing the pedicle or stalk of a Cucumber to separate it from its attachment to the Vine. Breaking Free from Attachment is the Mantra.
In the history of Indian Army Medical Corps, I had the unique privilege to perform the tasks of Nursing Assistant and Ambulance Assistant in providing patient care and comfort when I had accompanied on foot and medically evacuated my battle casualties during the Indo-Pak War of 1971.