Did you know IAF Chief Marshal Birender Singh Dhanoa has his roots in Jharkhand?

Yes, its true that IAF Chief Marshal Birender Singh Dhanoa is born and did his few years of schooling in Jharkhand.

Jharkhand well known for its beauty, art and culture, has always been the birth place for many great people. Starting from Bhagwaan Birsa Munda to MS Dhoni and now IAF Chief Marshal Birender singh have proved that Jharkhand has always been the great grandmother of the people who did splendid job for their birth place. Not only they did good deeds for their birth place but they proved that greatness is In their blood and served their motherland.

Yesterday, when everybody was busy in their own tasks and have never imagined such a quick revenge for Pulwama Attacks, a news spread smiles on millions of faces, the faces which got paled after hearing about such a devastating blast.

Finally India took revenge from Pakistan for the martyrs in Pulwama, and the hero of this air strike is Air Marshal Birender Singh. He was born on 7th September, 1957 in Deoghar, Jharkhand and spent three years of his schooling from St. Xavier’s school, Doranda. His father Mr. S.S. Dhanoa was an IAS Officer of the Bihar Cadre and served as deputy commissioner in Ranchi from July 1964 to July 1967. Being born and brought up in Ranchi he has always been fond of the capital city. Being a resident of Jharkhand, one should be proud of him, the residents of Jharkhand have proved that Jharkhand is not only well known for its beauty but it’s well known for the people who made us proved by their beautiful deeds.

He is the man behind the air strike which took place in Balakot, Pakistan

Being the chief Marshal and still remaining so down to earth and simple is not everyone’s cup of tea. Sir Birender Singh also led squadron 1 during the Kargil war and also proved himself during this war, which has its own importance in Indian history. He was also rewarded with many awards and was also awarded Yudh Sewa Medal for his gallant and valour.

The attack in Pulwama was not only devastating and terrible but it costed more than 40 lives. Many families got destroyed and nobody knows that how many people were denied the last look of their beloved. But no doubt it brought the whole county together and made everyone eager for the revenge to be taken. With masses of candle marches, tweets and posts everyone showed their love for the Indian Army and grief for that attack.

Yes, it’s true that this air strike no way brought back what we lost but it surely was the best possible way to pay tribute to the martyrs.

Jai Hind !!