Soldier dead Body: The mortal remains of a soldier posted in the army were found buried in the snow. On September 23, 2005, soldiers were buried in the snow after falling into a deep zigzag trench, and sixteen years later their bodies have now been found. He will be brought to Ghaziabad by Tuesday where he will be cremated with state honors.
Amrish fell into a deep gorge
It is called the charisma of nature when the mortal remains of a mountaineer soldier were buried in the snow 16 years later on the same date as they were buried in the snow in the accident. Amrish Tyagi, a resident of Ghaziabad, joined the Army in 1995, after which he was deployed at several places, including those posted in Kargil during the Kargil war, and sepoy Amrish had also unfurled the tricolor several times on the highest peak of the Himalayas and this time too in September 2005, when he hoisted the flag on the highest peak in the Himalayas in Uttarakhand On September 23, 4 soldiers, including Amrish, were buried in the snow as they were returning with the team and fell into a deep gorge on September 23.
Army men told Amrish’s family that Amrish’s mortal remains had been recovered after 16 years of melting of snow from the spot where he had met with the entire accident. While the family members were a little depressed about his martyrdom, the joy of finding his mortal remains after 16 years was visible on his face. His family members said he expected Amrish to come back no matter what form he returned. According to Amrish’s brothers, Amrish was courageous from the very beginning and would leave with great bravery wherever he was trapped. That was why he expected the news of Amrish to come to him at some point or the other. However, both Amrish’s mother and father died during this time and he continued to remember Amrish at the last minute.
Parents have passed away
All over the area, whoever is reported to have found Amrish’s mortal remains, is reaching his house. All of them are surprised and happy that Amrish’s mortal remains will be merged into the soil of his village. Although Amrish’s father was also in the army and contributed to the 1962 and 1965 battles, he was accompanied by the last-minute failure to even see his son’s last, which has led to the death of both Amrish’s mother and father.