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What are the most famous last words in history?


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I will discuss three uncelebrated yet truly great individuals of Indian Armed Forces. Each time I read the statements, I get goosebumps.
captain  Vikram Batra
Probably the most valiant official in Indian Army. He drove one of the hardest activity in mountain fighting in Indian battle history. He was dynamic to the point that he was alluded as Sher Shah ( Lion King) by the foe - Pakistani Army.
He said and I quote " Either I will return in the wake of lifting the tricolor, or I will return enclosed by it, however I will be back for sure."[1]
He returned without a doubt and he vanquished our heart for eternity.
Lt. Arun Kehtarpal
Second Lieutenant Arun Khetarpal, was another courageous heart who didn't contemplate himself yet kicked the bucket in the field subsequent to giving befitting answer to the foes. He was the beneficiary of after death Param Vir Chakra-India's most elevated military enrichment for boldness in face of the foe. He kicked the bucket in the Battle of Basantar during the Indo-Pakistan War in 1971 where his activities acquired him his honor.
His last line was " No Sir, I won't surrender my tank. My weapon is as yet working and I will get these *****."

 Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan
was an official in the Indian Army serving in the first class Special Action Group of the NSG (National Security Guards). He was martyred in real life during the November 2008 Mumbai assault. He was subsequently granted the Ashoka Chakra, India's most elevated harmony time valor grant, on 26 January 2009.
His last line was " Do not come up, I will deal with them".
I have one humble solicitation to everybody. If you don't mind regard them, they have relinquished everything for us, in any event they merit our regard and recognition.
Salute you legends. You will consistently be appreciated and loved.


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