Rajiq Khan

One of the famous people of Bikaner, Rajiq Khan was a hero who gave his life for his motherland, India. Born in Bikaner, Rajiq Khan joined the Indian Army with the dream of serving his country. His contribution has made him one of the most famous people of Bikaner.

Rajiq Khan proved himself in the army and served its 5 Grenadiers Unit. His contributions to India's victory in the Indo - Pakistan War of 1971 is unforgettable. He showed extraordinary courage and led his men with immense spirit before he succumbed to his injuries in the battle field. He was awarded the posthumous Vir Chakra in 1971 for his devotion and sacrifice for the sake of his country.

Last Updated on 19 December 2011



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