General Bipin Rawat and his woman Madhulika Rawat passed away in a woeful IAF eggbeater accident on the autumn of December 8.
General Bipin Rawat, who was India’s first Chief of Defence Staff( CDS), passed away moment in an unfortunate Indian Air Force( IAF) eggbeater accident, alongside his woman
Madhulika Rawat, and 11 others who were aboard the copter.
The copter crashed in Coonoor, Tamil Nadu, and CDS Bipin Rawat, along with woman
Dr Madhulika Rawat, succumbed to his injuries. publicizing their demise, the IAF twittered, “ With deep remorse, it has now been caught on that Gen Bipin Rawat, Mrs Madhulika Rawat, and 11 other persons on board have failed in the unfortunate accident. ”
General Bipin Rawat was appointed the first CDS of India in December 2019, and his family had been serving in the Indian Army for four generations.
His woman, Dr Madhulika Rawat, studied psychology from Delhi University and was veritably probative of CDS Rawat’s service to the nation. She was also the chairman of the Army women Welfare Association( AWWA), constantly giving back to society.
Who Was General Bipin Rawat and Madhulika Rawat?
General Bipin Rawat was the first Chief of Defence Staff( CDS) of India. He was appointed the same on 1 January 2020. Born in Pauri, Uttrakhand, Rawat’s family has been serving in the Indian Army for four generations.
Dr Madhulika Rawat had been a constant support in his service to the nation. She was the chairman of AWWA( Army women Welfare Association).
Mrs Madhulika Rawat worked for the weal of women , children and dependents of Army labor force. She completed her scale in psychology from Delhi University and was a part of numerous social juggernauts and programmes including those working for Army widows, cancer cases, else- abled children and others.
General Bipin Rawat’s Family and Kids
General Bipin Rawat and Madhulika Rawat are survived by two daughters named Kritika Rawat and Tarini Rawat.
Bipin Rawat’s father Laxman Singh Rawat served the Indian Army and rose to the rank of Lieutenant- General. On the other hand, his mama was the son of Kishan Singh Parmar, theex-Member of the Legislative Assembly( MLA) from Uttarkashi.
Meanwhile, the copter taking General Bipin Rawat and his woman to the Defence Services Staff College in Wellington, had crashed in thickly forested hilly terrains of the Nilgiri Hills.
Others who were in the eggbeater were BrigadierL.S. Lidder, Lieutenant Colonel Harjinder Singh, Naik Gursewak Singh, Naik Jitender Kumar, Naik Vivek Kumar, NaikB. Sai Teja, Havaldar Satpal and aviators.
CDS Bipin Rawat memoir IAF eggbeater Mi- 17V5 crashed in Tamil Nadu’s Coonoor with CDS Bipin Rawat, woman.
Madhulika Rawat and 12 Other Persons Aboard
13 out of the 14 members aboard the eggbeater have been declared dead. The Indian Army has so far appreciatively linked CDS Rawat, his woman , and Brig Lidder. The remaining 10 bodies will be kept in the mortuary of the Army Base Hospital till positive identification is completed.
CDS General Bipin Rawat was accorded a 17- gun salutation at his burial where 800 service labor force were in attendance. Brigadier Lidder was also laid to rest with full military honours moment. General Bipin Rawat and his woman
Madhulika Rawat are survived by their daughters Kritika and Tarini and Brigadier Lidder is survived by his woman and son.
The health condition of Group Captain Varun Singh, the sole survivor of the woeful crash, is critical. He’s on life support at the Command Hospital in Bengaluru. He was taken to the Sulur Air Base from where he was airlifted to Bengaluru.
Atri-service inquiry has been ordered to ascertain the cause of the accident. It’ll be led by Air Chief Marshal Manavendra Singh. The black box of the ill- fated IAF copter has been recaptured.
At this sad unfortunate moment, let us take a look at the life of CDS Bipin Rawat.
Birth, Early Life, and Education
General Bipin Rawat was a four- star general of the Indian Army who was appointed as the first CDS of India on 31 December 2021. He assumed office on 1 January 2020.
Birth and Family
Chief of Defense Staff General Bipin Rawat was born in Pauri, Uttarakhand. His father, Laxman Singh Rawat, served the Indian Army and rose to the rank of Lieutenant- General. His mama was the son of anex-MLA from Uttrakhand’s Uttarkashi.
He entered his formal education at Cambrian Hall School in Dehradun and theSt. Edward’s School, Shimla and went on to join the National Defence Academy, Khadakwasla and the Indian Military Academy, Dehradun, where he was fete with the’ Sword of Honour’.
He was also a graduate of the Defence Services Staff College( DSSC), Wellington and the Advanced Command Course at the United States Army Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
He also held an M.Phil. degree in Defence Studies as well as a parchment in Management and Computer Studies from the University of Madras. For his exploration on military media strategic studies, he was fete with a Doctorate of gospel by Chaudhary Charan Singh University, Meerut.
CDS Bipin Rawat Military Career
On 16 December 1978, CDS Bipin Rawat was commissioned into the 5th legion of the 11 Gorkha Rifles, the same unit as his father Laxman Singh Rawat. He spent 10 times conductingcounter-insurgency operations and served on colorful ranging from Major to current CDS.
While serving on the post of Major, CDS Bipin Rawat commanded a company in Jammu and Kashmir’s Uri. He commanded his legion along the LAC at Kibithu as a Colonel.
After getting promoted to the rank of Brigadier, he commanded 5 Sector of Rashtriya Rifles in Sopore and transnational squad in a Chapter VII charge in the Democratic Republic of the Congo( MONUSCO), where he was fete doubly with the Force Commander’s Commendation.
Bipin Rawat took over as the General Officer Commanding 19th Infantry Division in Uri when he was promoted to the rank of Major General. As a Lieutenant General, he commanded III Corps, headquartered in Dimapur before taking over the Southern Army in Pune.
He assumed the post of General Officer Commanding- in- Chief( GOC- in- C) Southern Command after being promoted to the Army Commander grade. After a short stint, he was promoted to the post of Vice Chief of Army Staff.
He was appointed as the 27th Chief of Army Staff by the Government of India on 17 December 2016 and assumed office on 31 December 2016. He also served as 57th and last president of the Chiefs of Staff Committee of the Indian Army. He was appointed as the first CDS on 30 December 2021 and assumed office on 1 January 2020.
Chief of Defence Staff of the Indian Armed Forces was declared dead by the Indian Air Force. He was aboard IAF Mi 175 V5 copter that crashed near Coonoor, Tamil Nadu.
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