Achievement: Divyang showed power on Siachen, became a world record

Technicalguruji Network, Leh/Jammu

Published by: Dushyant Sharma
Updated Mon, 13 Sep 2021 12:58 AM IST

Summary

A team of eight handicapped people who were visually impaired and lost their legs in five days did Kumar Post of Siachen, Fateh. 60 km long journey completed on Siachen Glacier, the world’s highest battle site.

Became a world record….
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In the midst of freezing cold in the world’s highest battlefield Siachen, a team of eight handicapped people made a world record with the spirit of warmth. Under the Army’s Operation Blue Freedom Expedition, these courageous divyangs, who were visually impaired and lost their legs, climbed 60 kilometers in five days. Kumar Post, situated at a height of 15,632 feet of Siachen Glacier, became a world record due to the maximum number of disabled people reaching simultaneously.

The team was trained by a team of veterans of the Army’s Special Forces. The military spokesman said that this challenging five-day task was successfully completed on September 11, starting on September 7. With a very difficult journey of 60 kms, the team of the handicapped has created a world record by climbing a height of four thousand feet.

The soldiers of the Indian Army were also stunned to see the spirit of the handicapped team which became an example of physical and mental strength. The eight-member team had to walk 15 kilometers daily. On the journey, the crew would encounter huge crevices of glacier, hard icy surface like steel, streams of icy water and blood-curdling cold on rocky paths. The 15 km distance had to be completed before 4 pm.

Throat starts drying up due to icy winds. Despite this, the team displayed exceptional skill as they walked the Siachen Glacier with ladders, ice aids and ropes. It was a unique test of not only physical but mental strength, on which the team completely met.

Military personnel continue to encourage
Wherever the team of the handicapped passed, they continued to receive the affection and encouragement of the soldiers. On the courageous display of the team, the army personnel also expressed their respect for the differently-abled.

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In the midst of freezing cold in the world’s highest battlefield Siachen, a team of eight handicapped people made a world record with the spirit of warmth. Under the Army’s Operation Blue Freedom Expedition, these courageous divyangs, who were visually impaired and lost their legs, climbed 60 kilometers in five days. Kumar Post, situated at a height of 15,632 feet of Siachen Glacier, became a world record due to the maximum number of disabled people reaching simultaneously.

The team was trained by a team of veterans of the Army’s Special Forces. The military spokesman said that this challenging five-day task was successfully completed on September 11, starting on September 7. With a very difficult journey of 60 kms, the team of the handicapped has created a world record by climbing a height of four thousand feet.

The soldiers of the Indian Army were also stunned to see the spirit of the handicapped team which became an example of physical and mental strength. The eight-member team had to walk 15 kilometers daily. On the journey, the crew would encounter huge crevices of glacier, hard icy surface like steel, streams of icy water and blood-curdling cold on rocky paths. The 15 km distance had to be completed before 4 pm.

Throat starts drying up due to icy winds. Despite this, the team displayed exceptional skill as they walked the Siachen Glacier with ladders, ice aids and ropes. It was a unique test of not only physical but mental strength, on which the team completely met.

Military personnel continue to encourage

Wherever the team of the handicapped passed, they continued to receive the affection and encouragement of the soldiers. On the courageous display of the team, the army personnel also expressed their respect for the differently-abled.

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