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Bahadur Singh Bohra was a Havildar in the 10th Battalion, Parachute Regiment of the Indian Army. He was born in a remote village Rawalkhet, in the Pithoragarh district of Uttarakhand and was the youngest among 4 children, with 2 elder sisters and an elder brother. He is survived by his wife Shanti and 2 daughters, Mansi and Sakshi.

Havildar Bahadur Singh Bohra (10th Battalion The Parachute Regiment (Special Forces) – posthumous): Havildar Bahadur Singh Bohra was the squad commander of an assault team deployed for a search operation in general area Lawanz of Jammu and Kashmir.

On 25th September 2008, at 6.15 pm, he observed a group of terrorists and moved quickly to intercept them. In the process, he came under heavy hostile fire. Undaunted, he charged at the terrorists and killed one of them. However, he suffered severe gun shot wounds. Refusing evacuation, he continued with the assault and killed two more terrorists at extremely close range.

Havildar Bahadur Singh Bohra, thus, displayed most conspicuous bravery and made the supreme sacrifice for the nation in fighting the terrorists.