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Slain Army man Shooting medal winner
New Delhi: Subedar Fateh Singh, a 51-year-old armyman who lost his life during combing operations at Indian Air Force (IAF) base near Punjab’s Pathankot town on Saturday, had won a gold and a silver at the first Commonwealth Shooting Championships held in Delhi in 1995.
The National Rifle Association of India (NRAI) mourned his death.
“Subedar Fateh Singh sacrificed his life while fighting for his motherland at Air Base Pathankot today during an attack of militants. Subedar Fateh Singh was a legendary Big Bore shooter. He won Gold and a Silver medal during 1st Commonwealth Shooting Championship held at New Delhi in 1995,” the association posted on its site. (IANS)