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Nation pays tribute to “braveheart” Hanumanthappa
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- Saturday, February 13th, 2016 |
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Three days after he was safeguarded subsequent to being covered in ice and snow for six days in Siachen Glacier, ‘braveheart’ Lance Naik Hanumanthappa Koppad passed away at the Army Research and Referral Hospital in Delhi on Thursday.
An Army explanation said he diet at 11.45 a.m. with numerous organ failure. His relatives were at the clinic at the time. His remaining parts were travelled to Hubli in Karnataka. The last ceremonies will happen on Friday.
Koppad was the solitary survivor among 10 troopers covered by a torrential slide on Siachen on 3rd February, 2016. Other soldier’s bodies were recuperated on Tuesday.
A ‘health bulletin’ issued by the health care unit had said prior that the 33 year old soldier’s condition was breaking down and he was not reacting to medicine. Sources stated that his pulse was fluctuating under the normal standard in spite of all supporting measures. An Army articulation stated on Thursday morning that Koppad had slipped into a more profound condition of coma.
Having survived in the temperature of -45 degrees Celsius and 35 feet underneath snow which was around 19,600 feet on the world’s highest war zone, harms maintained began surfacing when his blood dissemination enhanced after drug. Koppad was kept on ventilation while he was determined to have pneumonia. A group of specialist doctors from AIIMS had gone to the Army Hospital on Wednesday.
He was put on dialysis but his parameters kept submerging, official sources said. The oxygen level in his body was essentially low, and urea and creatinine levels had shot up. The Army proclamation issued on Thursday morning stated that condition of the “Braveheart” Lance Naik Hanumanthappa was kept on remaining to intensely critical with intensifying different organ failure. His circulatory upset was currently stubborn to all medications in most extreme allowable measurements and his kidneys were not functioning. His pneumonia has grown with complexity and the blood clotting issue hinted at no inversion although blood constituent support was there. He was on maximum life support with forceful ventilation and dialysis. Actually, he has slipped into a more profound condition of coma.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted with a condolence message that he abandoned us miserable and crushed. RIP Lance Naik Hanumanthappa. Modi also said that the soldier in him stayed immortal; we remained proud that martyr like Hanumanthappa served India. Defense Minister Manohar Parrikar tweeted, “Condolences to family of Lance Naik Hanumanthappa on his passing away. The Nation salutes him.”