Three colors of the Indian army in the same family! New feather in the crown of Brahmajyot Navy Yoga family – News18 Bangla
#NewDelhi: Army people scattered in different parts of the family. Some in the air force, some in the army again! Not just one generation, they have been serving India at the risk of their lives for several generations. The ninth representative of that generation is Brahmajyot Kaur. On May 26, he graduated from the Indian Naval Academy or Naval Academy. Passed Sub Lt, as part of Naval Armament Inspectorate Cadre. He is going to be part of the Indian Army as the third generation of his dynasty. Earlier, his grandfather, Young Commander Swarna Singh Birdi retired from the post of Technical Officer of the Indian Army in 1992. His father, Group Captain Simranpal Singh Birdi, is still serving in the Army.
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Brahmajyot’s mother’s family also has a history of serving in the army. Mother’s father, Lieutenant Colonel KS Cheema, retired in 1997. His uncle, Lieutenant Colonel Paramjit Singh, joined the Corps of Signals in 1997 and is still working. Brahmajyot studied Electronics and Communication at SRM University, Chennai. He always wanted to join the Indian Army, but he was more interested in the white uniform of the Army Navy. When his name appeared on the Naval Academy list on December 26, 2021, he was overjoyed.
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After five months of rigorous training, he is now ready to go for the next level of training. Speaking to News18, Young Commander Birdi said that it is a matter of pride for both the families. Especially to my wife and me, because our parents come from such a past. It is a great pleasure for a great-granddaughter to have the opportunity to work in the Indian Army for his granddaughter. Ever since my daughter joined the Navy, it has been said that our family now has all three colors of the army. Three colors in the hands of three generations.
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