Real-life Phantom kills 10 terrorists in 11 days, dies fighting in Kashmir Valley

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Standing out for his toughness in an chosen unit, an Indian army commando valid his eagerness with 3 consecutive, anti-terrorist missions in a Kashmir Valley in that he gunned down 10 militants and prisoner one before laying down his life – though not before ensuring a operation was a success, a counterclaim central pronounced on Saturday.

Life might be imitating art here. In his latest movie, Phantom, Saif Ali Khan goes and kills several militants before laying down his life. The film was criminialized in Pakistan.

“Lance Naik Mohan Nath Goswami, a Special Forces Commando of a Indian Army has combined a singular story of courage and loyalty to avocation by expelling 10 terrorists in 11 days before laying down his life in use of a republic in Kashmir Valley,” counterclaim orator of a Army’s Northern Command, Colonel S.D. Goswami said.

“He volunteered to join a chosen para commando outfit of a Indian Army in 2002 and went on to benefit a repute of being one of a toughest soldiers of his section — no tiny attainment in an outfit that boasts of being one among a best in a world.”

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“In a final 11 days, he was actively concerned in 3 counter-terrorism operations in a Kashmir Valley, in that 10 terrorists were separated and one prisoner alive.”

“The initial operation was conducted in Khurmur, Handwara, on Aug 23. The operation resulted in rejecting of 3 hardcore LeT terrorists of Pakistan-origin,” he said.

“He volunteered for a second back-to-back operation in Rafiabad, Kashmir. The operation was conducted over dual days on Aug 26-27. It witnessed a extreme gunfight that led to a rejecting of 3 some-more LeT terrorists.”

“The LeT terrorist, Sajjad Ahmad alias Abu Ubed Ullah, proprietor of Muzzafargarh, Pakistan was prisoner alive in this operation,” a colonel said.

“Lance Naik Goswami, once again, volunteered to be partial of an ongoing operation launched in a unenlightened Hafruda timberland nearby Kupwara, Kashmir, on Sep 3,” he said.

“This valid to be his final operation though not before rejecting of 4 terrorists in a complicated gunbattle. A loyal soldier, he breathed his final in action.”

The mortal stays of a braveheart commando, who hailed from Indira Nagar encampment in Nainital district of uttarakhand, were flown by an Indian Air Force aircraft to Bareilly from where his physique will be taken by an army helicopter to Pantnagar and leading to his local place where he will be cremated with full troops honours.

Goswami is survived by his mother and a 7-year-old daughter.