Pathankot Braveheart Who Took 6 Bullets And Kept Fighting
Source: Indian Army Fans
The recent attack on Pathankot could have compromised much more of the Army’s assets and resources if not for brave soldiers like Sailesh Gaur, the Garud commando who was deployed along with 11 others outside the Mechanical Transport wing of the Pathankot airbase. The Garud Commandos split into six pairs. The commandos chief, Gurusevak Singh and Sailesh Gaur, were in the front playing hide and seek and firing at the terrorists. In the process, Gurusevak took in three bullets but went on forging ahead. Despite taking three bullets and profusely bleeding, Gurusevak couldn’t go much farther away and passed away.
Sailesh Gaur continued the fight and never gave up even after getting hit by half a dozen bullets. Even while being injured badly and bleeding profusely Mr Sailesh never left his position and ensured the terrorists are kept at bay away from the technical area where the IAF’s fighter jets were kept.
The Logical Indian community salutes the bravery, courage and determination of Martyr Gurusevak Singh and Sailesh Gaur, who is in the hospital and many others whose valiant spirit kept the terrorists at bay and our country safe. We wish a speedy recovery to Commando Sailesh Gaur.