Bhairon Singh Rathore, the hero of the India-Pakistan war, has passed away in Jodhpur. Bhairon Singh retired from BSF in 1987 and was admitted to Jodhpur AIIMS due to chest pain and fever. Sepoy Bhairon is a 1971 war veteran who was posted at Longewala during that time and showed extraordinary bravery. Bhairon Singh was awarded the Sena Medal. Condoling Bhairon’s death, the BSF said, “BSF salutes his courage and devotion to duty. The Prahari family stands by his family in this difficult time.”
Let us tell you, the bravery displayed by him at the Longewala outpost in Rajasthan was shown in the film ‘Border’. Sunil Shetty played the character of Bhairon Singh Rathore in the movie ‘Border’, the movie Border was released in 1997. The film’s super hit song ‘Ghar Kab Aaoge’ still brings tears to people’s eyes. The composers of ‘Ghar Kab Aaoge’ are Sonu Nigam and Roop Kumar Rathod. Suniel Shetty also condoled his death saying, “Rest in Power Naik Bhairon Singh ji. Heartfelt condolences to the family.”
Sepoy Rathore’s son Sawai Singh had told PTI that his father was admitted to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) Jodhpur on December 14, two days before the 51st anniversary of the war, after his health deteriorated and he was left paralyzed. influenced by The Singh family lives in Solankiatala village, about 120 km from Jodhpur.
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