What happened in the Battle of Saragarhi? - letsdiskuss
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What happened in the Battle of Saragarhi?


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The Battle of Saragarhi is viewed as one of the best last stands ever. 21 officers of the 36 Sikh Regiment battled a multitude of more than 10,000 Afghans and murdered more than 600 of them prior to dying to adversary projectiles. The fight occurred twelfth September 1897 in Tirah locale of North-West Frontier Province, presently in Pakistan. Saragarhi was a post that associated British India fortresses of Lockhart and Gulistan on the boundary zones of Afghanistan.

The post was inclined to assaults as Afghans were consistently unfriendly on Indian boundaries. Be that as it may, when the Afghans assaulted, they walked down with 10,000 warriors. Incredibly, the Sikh officers who were guarding the post decided to confront them as opposed to withdrawing! The separation at Saragarhi had one NCO (Non-Commissioned Officer) and twenty ORs (Other Ranks) and commandant Havildar Ishar Singh was the head of this unit.


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