War Veteran Vice Admiral S H Sarma Passes Away

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Vice Admiral S H Sarma, a veteran of the Indian Navy’s 1971 war, has died on 3 January.

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Vice Admiral S.H. Sarma, a veteran of the Indian Navy’s 1971 Indo-Pak war, has died at the age of 100. 
During the war in 1971, he was the Flag Officer Commanding the Eastern Fleet. In the 1971 war, India defeated Pakistan, resulting in the formation of Bangladesh. 
Vice Admiral Sarma turned 100 years old on December 1st of last year. In addition, he recently attended the Azadi ka Amrut Mahotsav in Delhi.
During the 1971 war, Sarma was the Flag Officer Commanding the Eastern Fleet. 
At 6.20 p.m., he died in a private hospital in Bhubaneswar.
His mortal remains will be taken to his home here on Tuesday, where people can pay their respects, according to his family. On January 5, the cremation will take place.
In the 1971 war, India defeated Pakistan, resulting in the formation of Bangladesh.

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