Shaurya Chakra awardee Captain Varun Singh has passed away. On May 17, the helicopter he was piloting crashed near Mumbai. All aboard survived the crash, but the flight crew was killed. The only surviving crew member was the co-pilot. In an inspiring letter, he told students that it is OK to be mediocre and to do the best they can. After his death, he also wrote a letter to his school principal, telling him that he was proud of their achievements.
|Real Name||Varun Singh|
|Profession||Indian Air Force Captian|
|Date of Birth||Yet to be updated|
|Age||Yet to be updated|
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Mother: Uma Singh
Brother: Tanuj Singh
|Religion||Yet to be updated|
|Educational Qualification||Yet to be updated|
|School||Chandi Mandir School, Chandigarh|
|College||Yet to be updated|
|Hobbies||Reading News, Sudoku|
|Birth Place||Deoria, Uttar Pradesh|
|Hometown||Deoria, Uttar Pradesh|
|Current City||Deoria, Uttar Pradesh|
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- Varun was qualified for National Defence Academy (NDA) after 12th standard and passed out as Cadet.
He was critically injured in the helicopter crash near Coonoor, Tamil Nadu, on December 8. His colleagues, Air Force General Bipin Rawat, and 11 other officers perished in the crash. The death of Captain Varun Singh caused widespread grief across the nation. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Defence Minister Rajnath Kovind both said their thoughts were with the bereaved family. In a tweet, President Kovind described the fallen air force pilot as a “true fighter” and said the nation would be grateful for his bravery.
The death of Group Captain Varun Singh has shocked the country. His parents were both army officers and they settled in Bhopal. His father was an Army Air Defence officer while his younger brother served in the Navy. The death of Captain Varun Singh’s family has caused a stir in the military community. Several ministers, including the Prime Minister, have extended their condolences to the family of the fallen air force officer.