OPERATION EAGLE – BANGLADESH LIBERATION WAR OF 1971

Operation Eagle-Liberation war of Bangladesh. Indira Gandhi conferred Bangladesh’s highest State Honor.

THE BATTLE PLAN OF OPERATION EAGLE – PERMISSION FOR DISCLOSURE

The dates of battle action and the battle plan of military operation Eagle must be disclosed because of its historical importance.

OPERATION EAGLE – REGISTRATION OF PUBLIC GRIEVANCE

For the first time in the history of Republic of India, the Prime Minister took the initiative to plan and execute a large-scale military operation without involving traditional military planners. This Public Grievance is asking the Government of India to show respect and give due recognition.

OPERATION EAGLE – A LETTER TO UNION MINISTER OF STATE FOR DEFENCE

Indira Gandhi, Prime Minister of India – Liberation War of Bangladesh – Operation Eagle 1971 Chittagong Hill Tracts

OPERATION EAGLE – A DEMAND FOR JUSTICE FROM DR. MANMOHAN SINGH, PRIME MINISTER OF INDIA

“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.

OPERATION EAGLE – A LETTER TO PRIME MINISTER DR. MANMOHAN SINGH

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.

THE VICTORY OVER DEATH – THE PSYCHOLOGY OF WARFARE

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.

The Medical Plan for the Fifth Army in Bangladesh – The Experience of Madhurya in the Chittagong Hill Tracts

The memorable foot journey through the forests of Chittagong Hill Tracts while evacuating battle wounded casualties of Indo-Pak War of 1971, and the unexpected encounter with a Chakma tribal youth who had needed help.

THE FIFTH ARMY – THE UNTOLD STORY FROM CHITTAGONG HILL TRACTS

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.

AWARD OF GALLANTRY AWARDS – INDO-PAK WAR OF 1971

MS-8466 Captain. R. Rudra Narasimham, AMC/SSC had served as a Medical Officer at Headquarters Establishment No. 22 from September 1971 to December 1974. He does not want to forfeit his right to claim the gallantry award of VIR CHAKRA which was recommended but not actually awarded.