Maj Gen (Retd) RN Chibber Passes Away at 86, J&K Lt Guv Expresses Acknowledgements
Maj Gen (Retd) R N Chibber. (ANI)
Born on September 23, 1934, Gen. Chibber was commissioned into the Army on June 2, 1995, and was published in Afghanistan from 1972 to 1975 as a military attache. “He was an impressive officer, who likewise commanded the 8 Jat Program. His proficiency and exceptional technique put him in the forefront as a fantastic officer,” the spokesperson stated.
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Major General (retd) R N Chibber, who had actually taken part in the 1962, 1965 and 1971 wars, passed away at his house here, a defence spokesman stated on Sunday. He was 86.
Born Upon September 23, 1934, Gen. Chibber was commissioned into the Army on June 2, 1995, and was published in Afghanistan from 1972 to 1975 as a military attache. “He was an exceptional officer, who also commanded the 8 Jat Regiment. His expertise and exceptional technique put him in the forefront as a fantastic officer,” the representative stated.
The major general passed away at his Shanti Vihar home in the Kaluchak location of Jammu on Saturday and was given a ritualistic military send-off, he said. “Gen Chibber went far for himself not only as an officer of extraordinary skills, however as a humanitarian, and a guy of fantastic empathy. He was awarded the Vishisht Seva Medal (VSM) for his prominent service,” the spokesperson stated.
His colleague Col Makhan Singh Gill stated, “Gen. Chibber was a saint soldier, a highly appreciated and appreciated officer and loved deeply by those who understood him. It is a rarity to see a man who remained unforgettable in the hearts of numerous even 3 years after his retirement.” Jammu and Kashmir Lt Governor Manoj Sinha condoled the demise of the retired significant basic Paying homages to the veteran, Sinha said that the recognized service Major General (retd) Chibber towards the motherland would continue to motivate future generations for the nation’s service. “His contribution during the 1962 Indo-China war, and the 1965 and 1971 Indo-Pak wars, while safeguarding the territorial stability of the nation can never ever be forgotten,” he said.
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