Pathankot terror attack loss of life, Lt Col Niranjan Kumar was from Kerala.
Ten security faculty stay in healing center at the base, a considerable lot of them in genuine condition, as indicated by military sources.
For the second in a row day, the Indian Air Force (IAF) air base here remained the scene of serious firearm fights after no less than two more terrorists rose up out of concealing overnight and drew in security powers all through Sunday. The aggregate number of security staff slaughtered in the operation went up to seven — Lt Col Niranjan Kumar of the National Security Guard (NSG), five Defense Security Corps (DSC) faculty and an Air Force Garud commando.
Niranjan, who was with the National Security Guard (NSG), was murdered while endeavoring to move the body of a terrorist, who had ad libbed a dangerous gadget under his body.
"No one has let us know what has happened to my child. Who do we ask,'' said E K Sivarajan, father of Lt Col Niranjan Kumar, 34, who was killed in the Pathankot assault on Sunday.
Niranjan, who was with the National Security Guard (NSG), was executed while endeavoring to move the body of a terrorist, who had extemporized an unstable gadget under his body.
Sivarajan said he last identifies with his child, who lived with his wife and two-year-old little girl in Delhi, at around 5 pm on Saturday. "I rang him at around 5 pm. I was taking my night walk and needed to get some data from him. When I called, he said he was occupied with an operation. He said he would get back to me," he said