Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan did not give up till the last minute, gave a befitting reply to terrorists

New Delhi: On November 26, 2008, a group of Pakistani terrorists launched a massive attack in Mumbai, India's financial capital, killing a large number of people. While fighting the terrorists in the attack, some members of the country's army were martyred, including Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan. Today is his death anniversary, and on this occasion, we would want to introduce all of you to his courage.

Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan, a martyr, was born in Kalikat, Kerala, on March 15, 1977. As a child, he loved cricket, but as he grew older, he gravitated toward the army, and at a young age, he made the decision to join the army and serve his nation. In 1995, he enrolled in the National Defence Academy (NDA). He was a member of the Oskar Squadron and a graduate of the NDA's 94th course.

Martyr Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan is still remembered for fighting terrorists to the end of his life during the Mumbai terrorist assault on November 26th, 2001. In truth, on November 26, 2008, several Pakistani terrorists assaulted the Taj Palace Hotel in Mumbai, India's financial centre, taking many people hostage in some of the hotel's sections, and Major Sandeep and his squad had arrived to combat the terrorists. They were going to approach the terrorists when they were ambushed by their gunshots. But he continued to fight terrorists until his last mother-in-law, and even when he died, he warned his colleagues not to come up.

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