The India – Pakistan war of 1971 came to be known as a landmark in the history of warfare. In a matter of 12 days, the Indian Army brought a formidable Pakistani army to its knees, took 93,000 prisoners and helped 75 million tormented people get their own nation – Bangladesh.
To commemorate Vijay Diwas of 1971, seven inspiring War Veterans who fought in the war for liberation of Bangladesh will be felicitated by Major Akshay Girish Memorial Trust at a special event in Bengaluru.
Major General Ian Cardozo AVSM SM, the first war-disabled officer of the Indian Army to command a battalion and a brigade will be Guest of Honour.
Air Commodore M K Chandrasekhar VM VSM of Flags of Honour Foundation will be Chief Guest
|Day & Date: Sunday, 15th December 2019
Time: 10 am to 1.00 pm
Lunch: 1.10 to 2.15 pm
|Venue: Loyola Auditorium
St Joseph’s Institute of Management
Address: #28/1, Primrose Road
(Off MG Road)
Phone: 080 2559 7781 / 2559 7791
Families of Martyred Soldier Heroes
You are Cordially Invited to this Commemoration and Felicitation Function.
RSVP: Meghna Girish at 9844011177 by 5th December 2019
Thank You. Jai Hind.