Indian army retrieves mortal remains of a soldier who went missing in 1984 | Oneindia News *News

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Published on August 16, 2022 - Duration: 02:05s

Indian army retrieves mortal remains of a soldier who went missing in 1984 | Oneindia News *News

The Indian army retrieved the mortal remains of a soldier from Uttarakhand’s Haldwani, who went missing during an Army operation in Siachen in 1984.

The soldier identified as Lance Naik Chandra Shekhar belonged to the 19 Kumaon Battalion.

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