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The journey to
Hot Springs in Ladakh is a pilgrimage for every policemen in the country
For Dy.S.P. Karam Singh and his twenty dedicated compatriots of the CRPF patrolling
the Indian territory at the Hot Springs in Ladakh, 21st October 1959 was like any
other day of autumn. At 4,681 meters above the sea level, the mountains stood in
silence, till it was broken by the report of guns.
The Chinese had attacked the
Indian patrol party from a hilltop, killing 10 jawans. The rest were taken prisoners.
The incident shocked the country and virtually turned the course of its future relationship
21st October is now commemorated
as Martyr's Day by the Police all over India. Every year on this day, representatives
of all the Police Forces in India gather at the Martyr's Memorial at Hot Springs
to pay tribute to the Martyrdom of these gallant men.
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