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JKP martyrs :Martyr Ct. Mudasir Ahmad Sheikh & Martyr Sgct. Rohit Kumar Chib



Martyr Ct. Mudasir Ahmad Sheikh

Union Home Minister, Shri Amit Shah during his recent visit to Jammu & Kashmir addressed a public rally at Baramulla and thereafter changed his route and went all the way to the border town of Uri to meet the family of Martyr Mudasir Ahmad Sheikh. The Hon'ble Home Minister also laid a wreath on the grave of the said Martyr. The Hon’ble Home Minister saluted Mudasir's family for being a great source of inspiration for the J&K Police force in particular and the youth of Kashmir in general. He praised their patriotic spirit and courage for openly denouncing terrorism and for celebrating the martyrdom of their son as a national sacrifice.

Martyr Mudasir Ahmad Sheikh son of a retired JKP Sub Inspector Shri Maqsood Ahmad Sheikh hailing from Uri area of District Baramulla was born in 1990. He was appointed as SPO in Jammu and Kashmir Police in the year 2016 and later was absorbed as a police constable for his extraordinary services.
On May 25, 2022 acting on a generic information regarding movement of terrorists in Baramulla, multiple nakas were established at many places including near Shrakwara-Najibhat Crossing in Kreeri area. The braveheart was part of the team of valiant undercover operatives of Jammu and Kashmir Police and 52 RR of the Indian Army which intercepted the terrorists heading for targeting Amarnath Yatra. The naka party was noticed by a group of terrorists travelling in a silver colour Santro car, who started firing indiscriminately upon the naka party leading to a chance encounter. The terrorists fire was effectively retaliated and in the fierce gunfight, 03 foreign terrorists belonging to proscribed terror outfit JeM were gunned down. Incriminating materials including huge cache of arms and ammunition and IEDs was recovered from the site of encounter.

In the encounter the braveheart Mudasir Ahmad Sheikh received critical gunshot injuries. He was immediately shifted to nearby hospital where he attained martyrdom. It is pertinent to mention that the said group of terrorists was active since long time in lower reaches of Baba Reshi forest areas and were being tracked.

Martyr Mudasir is survived by his father Shri Maqsood Sheikh, mother Smt Shameema Begum, two sisters, and three brothers. He was the eldest of all the siblings. The departmental and locals friends of Mudasir described him as a brave and fearless person. They said that he was always available for his relatives and friends in any adversity. For his helping nature, Mudasir was known as ‘Bindas Bhai’ among the locals, relatives, and friends.
Hon’ble Lt. Governor Shri Manoj Sinha visited the family soon after his death, besides senior officers of the Police and the administration. Hardly a week before his killing during a gunfight, Director General of Police J&K Shri Dilbag Singh had felicitated him for the good work and his team for busting the terror module involved in a grenade attack on a wine shop in Baramulla.

Jammu & Kashmir Police shall always remember the valiant warrior who fought to protect our motherland and sacrificed his life in action.




Martyr Sgct. Rohit Kumar Chib

SgCt Rohit Kumar Chib a resident of Jagti Nagrota, Jammu was born on 28 August 1989 to Smt & Shri Ashok Kumar and soon after passing Higher Secondary School he joined the Police organization on 30-06-2011 as Constable. He was posted in district Kulgam and had participated in many operations in which number of terrorists were eliminated. For his dedication and devotion the department had granted him out of turn promotion in 2017.
On 12.01.2022 at 2000 hours, Kulgam police received specific information regarding presence of terrorists in village Sehpora Parivan. Instantly, District Police Kulgam, 34 RR and 18h Bn CRPF cordoned the said village and started door to door search. As soon as, the search party approached the residential house belonging to Mashooq Ahmad Lone S/o Habibullah Lone R/o Sehpora Parivan & questioned them regarding presence of terrorists but the family members strongly denied the presence of terrorists. However, the search party moved on to conduct thorough search of the house during which the terrorists hiding inside the house fired indiscriminately upon the search party with the intention to kill them and tried to break the cordon in order to flee from the spot. The fire was effectively retaliated ensuing in an encounter.
Sgct. Rohit Kumar No.944/Kgm PID No.EXK118896 who was part of the CASO without caring for his personal safety gave primary importance to evacuation of the civilians from the cordoned area towards safer places. While doing so with troops of 34 RR, CRPF 18th Bn. Sgct. Rohit Kumar No.944/Kgm was fired upon by terrorist resulting in his injuries. Despite being grievously injured, he displayed courage and steely determination and closed in on the terrorists. He engaged the terrorists accurately in close quarter gun battle and eliminated a hardcore foreign terrorist in a fierce gunfight. He received multiple bullet wounds to his chest and head, to which he later succumbed and attained martyrdom.
The operation concluded with the elimination of 01 hard-core categorized terrorist and huge quantity of arms and ammunition was recovered from his possession. Later the slain terrorist was identified as Babar Bhai R/o Pakistan of JeM oufit.
His seniors & colleagues in the department remember SgCt Rohit Kumar as energetic and dedicated official and said that his contribution in anti-militancy operations is remarkable and would remain an inspiration for everyone.
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