Siachen Survivor Lance Naik Hanumanthappa Loses Battle Of Life

CRB Tech Reviews shares the hearbrekaing news that Siachen braveheart Lance Naik Hanamanthappa Koppad breathed his last on Thursday, three days after he was phenomenally saved alive from underneath huge amount of snow taking after an avalanche that hit his post in Siachen Glacier at a stature of 19,600 feet.


"Lance Naik Hanamanthappa is no more. He inhaled his last at 11:45 AM today," a senior army official said. 

The 33-year-old officer of the nineteenth Battalion of Madras Regiment is made due by his wife Mahadevi Ashok Bilebal and two-year-old daughter Netra Koppad. 

An occupant of village Betadur in Dharwad district of Karnataka, Koppad had joined the army 13 years back. Koppad wonderfully made due subsequent to being under 35 feet of ice for six days at an avalanche-hit army post in the Siachen glacier in Jammu and Kashmir. Nine different fighters who were covered in the avalanche didn't survive. A therapeutic release on Wednesday said that Hanamanthappa was in to a great degree basic condition with confirmation of oxygen hardship to the mind and pneumonia in both lungs."His multi-organ dysfunction state proceeds unabated. His condition has weakened regardless of aggressive therapy and strong consideration," the notice included. 

Koppad has served in difficult and testing ranges for 10 out of 13 years of his total service. He was posted in Mahore in Jammu and Kashmir from 2003 to 2006, where he was effectively included in counter-insurgency operations. Lance Naik Hanamanthappa, who is made due by his wife and two-year-old daughter, had a place with a cultivating family in Betadur village, Kundagol taluk, Dharwad district, Karnataka. Six men from this predominantly agrarian village had in recent years joined the Army. 

The most youthful in the family, Lance Naik Hanamanthappa constantly needed to join the Army. He came up the hard way, going to the secondary school at Aralikatti village by strolling 6 km consistently. Furthermore, notwithstanding being dismisses thrice in the Army enlistment energizes at Belagavi, Dharwad and Gadag, he continued attempting lastly figured out how to get into the 19 Madras Regiment 13 years ago. Four years back, he married Mahadevi (Jayashri). Their daughter, Netra, is two years old. His last visit to Betadur was six months prior. His earnings assembled a house on a legislature assigned site in the village. Only a day prior to the avalanche, he called his family, "He had enquired about every one of us," said his eldest sibling, Govindappa, who left for Delhi on Tuesday. Pall of anguish dropped on Betadur, the main residence of Lance Naik Hanumanthappa. The family started arrangements for his memorial service. Previous Chief Minister Jagadish Shettar went to Hanumanthappa's family and comforted them.

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