Major Events

Shri A P J Abdul Kalam

Briefing on the concept of the War Wounded Foundation for His Excellency Shri A P J Abdul Kalam, at the Rashtrapati Bhavan, by the Office Bearers of the War Wounded Foundation – March 2003

Launching of War Wounded Foundation by the Governor of Punjab and Administrator UT Chandigarh in September 2003

Launching of War Wounded Foundation by the Governor of Punjab and Administrator UT Chandigarh in September 2003

Director Indian Oil Corporation

Interaction with Executive Director Indian Oil Corporation and presentation of cheque at Chandigarh – August 2003

Rajputana Rifles Regimental

Interaction with Disabled Soldiers at Rajputana Rifles Regimental Centre, Delhi Cantt – December 2003

Interaction with cricket icon Kapil Dev

Interaction with cricket icon Kapil Dev and his acceptance to be the Goodwill Ambassador of the War Wounded Foundation – 15 August 2004

Expedition to Marsimik La in Ladakh

Expedition to Marsimik La in Ladakh, the worlid’s highest motorable road by 100% disabled Cadet Navin Gulia ( assistance from Indian Army, IOC and Tata Motors) – September 2004

Interaction with Shri S S Kohli

Interaction with Shri S S Kohli, Chairman Punjab National Bank and presentation of cheque at his office in New Delhi – September 2004

Ex Servicemen Rally

Ex Servicemen Rally at the Maratha Light Infantry Regimental Centre, Belgaum , chaired by Colonel of the Regiment Gen J J Singh, PVSM, AVSM, VSM, ADC – October 2004

Presentation of artificial limbs

Presentation of artificial limbs to disabled soldiers facilitated by War Wounded Foundation through Apollo Tyres

Felicitation of Gen J J Singh

Felicitation of Gen J J Singh, PVSM, AVSM, VSM, ADC on assuming the mantle of Patron – in – Chief, in the presence of multi – disabled Sep Jigme of Ladakh Scouts and other wounded soldiers – May 2005

Presentation of Artificial Limbs to disabled soldiers

Presentation of Artificial Limbs to disabled soldiers by
Shri O S Kanwar, Chairman Apollo Tyres – 02 April 2006

Familiarisation Rally at Narnaul

War Disabled Soldiers Rally Rally at Narnaul ( Mahendergarh) with Disabled Soldiers and other veterans – 20 Dec 2006

Interaction of office bearers with war wounded achievers

Interaction of Office bearers with Disabled Soldiers entrepreneurs achievers

War Vetrans rally at IDSA Auditorium on- 15th June 2007.

War disabled veterans rally at IDSA Auditorium on 15 June 2007

Rally at Hoshiarpur

Interaction/Counselling of Disabled Soldiers at Hoshiarpur – 25 Nov 2008

Briefing-cum-interactive session

Briefing-cum-interactive session in Steel Authority of India Limited-16 December 2008

Rally at Kurukshetra

Meet of Disabled Soldiers of Kurukshetra District – 28 June 2009

Rally at Narnaul Distt Mahendargarh

Disabled Soldier Rally at Narnaul, Mahendargarh – 31 March 2009

Rally at Bhiwani -9th JULY 2009

Rally at Bhiwani -9th JULY 2009

Rally at Palampur

Interaction with Disabled Soldiers of District Kangra  at Palampur – 16th July 2009

Rally at Gurdaspur - 14th OCTOBER 2009

Meet of Disabled Soldiers of District Gurdaspur at Gurdaspur – 14th October 2009

Rally at Hisar

Disabled Veteran’s Rally at Hisar – 27th October 2009

Awareness Programme

Seminar / Awareness Program and Distribution of Gifts to War Disabled at Alwar on 20-21, December 2011.

Mumbai Marathon – 16 Jan 2011

Participants

  1. Lt Gen Vijay Oberoi, PVSM, AVSM, VSM,President. Lost right leg in Indo-Pak War 1965.
  2. Maj Gen Ian Cardozo, AVSM, SM, Vice-President. Lost left leg in 1971 War.
  3. Col Gulshan Kumar, Executive Officer.
  4. Naik Dharmveer. Lost right eye and left hand in operations in Kupwara, J&K in September 1990.
  5. Hav Rang Lal. Sustained sever injuries in left leg and left arm in enemy fire in Mendhar, J&K in August 2003.
  6. Sepoy Jageer Singh. Became deaf due to intensive enemy Mortar and Medium Machine Gun fire in Mendhar, J&K in December 2001.
  7. Hav Nirmal Singh. Sustained grievous injuries on right elbow while fighting terrorists in Kupwara, J&K in May 2001.
  8. Hav Ranvir Singh. Sustained severe injuries and multiple fracture of left leg operations in Punjab in October 1992.
  9. Naik Ravinder Singh. Lost left leg in Mendhar, J&K during operations in March 1992
  10. Lance Naik Ashok Kumar. Suffered multiple severe bullet injuries during Kargil War in Daras Sector, July 1999.

Mumbai Marathon – 15 Jan 2012

Participants

  1. Maj Gen Ian Cardozo, AVSM, SM, Vice-President. Lost left leg in 1971 War.
  2. Brig Veer Pratap, Executive Director.
  3. Col Gulshan Kumar, Executive Officer.
  4. Hav Setu Ram.Lost right foot in mine blast in J&K in 1971 Indo-Pak War.
  5. Sepoy Hardayal Singh. Became deaf due to enemy artillery shelling in Kargil War, June 1999.
  6. Nk Maman. Sustained multiple bullet injuries of right leg in Kargil War, May 1991.
  7. Sub Umed Singh. Sustained severe injuries on right arm in Kargil War, July 1999.
  8. Naik Dharambir. Lost right eye and left hand in operations in Kupwara, J&K in   September 1990.
  9. Hav Ranvir Singh. Suffered severe injuries and multiple fracture of left leg during operations in Punjab in October 1992.

Airtel Delhi Half Marathon – 30 September 2012

Participants

  1. Lt Gen Vijay Oberoi, PVSM, AVSM, VSM, President. Lost his right leg in the Indo-Pak War in 1965.
  2. Brig Veer Pratap, Executive Director.
  3. Col Gulshan Kumar, Executive Officer.
  4. Hav Ranvir Singh. Suffered severe injuries and multiple fracture of left leg during operations in Punjab in October 1992.
  5. Nk Inait Khan. Lost left foot during Kargil war in 1999.
  6. Sep Rakesh Pal. Splinter injuries right forearm and gun shot wound left thigh in Kupwara J&K, 2000.
  7. Hav Salim Mohammad. Lost left hand fingers in Kargil war at Tiger Hill in 1999.
  8. Hav Sher Singh. Suffered gun shot wound left thigh in Kargil war, 1999.
  9. Hav Shakti Singh. Suffered bullet injuries left hand and right foot in Kargil war in 1999.
  10. Sep Mahender Singh. Right arm amputed due to enemy fire in Chhamb (J&K) in 1991.
  11. Sub Durga Ram. Severely injured due to Gun Shot Wounds and enemy arty fire in Kargil War at Daras, 1999.
  12. Hav Shish Ram Jat. Suffered severe injuries of right hand and stomach while fighting militants in J&K, 1998.
  13. Hav Prahald Singh. Severely injured due to gun shot wound in right hand & stomach in Kargil War, 1999.

Regional meet of Disabled Soldiers of Southern States at Chennai – 20th October 2012

 

Mumbai Marathon – 20 January 2013

Participants

  1. Lt Gen Vijay Oberoi, PVSM, AVSM, VSM,President. Lost right leg in Indo-Pak War 1965.
  2. Maj Gen Ian Cardozo, AVSM, SM, Vice-President. Lost left leg in 1971 War.
  3. Naik Surender Singh. Naik Surender Singh lost his left leg in mine blast in J&K.
  4. Naik Ganpati Jotiba Kharade.Naik Kharade suffered amputation of fingers of left hand in J&K.
  5. Havildar NC Patil.Havildar NC Patil   suffered severe frost bite of both feet in Siachen Glacier.
  6. Subedar Satbir Singh.Subedar Satbir Singh suffered severe injuries in both legs in IED blast, Manipur.
  7. Naik Sarabjit Singh. Naik Sarabjit Singh suffered gunshot injuries in right shoulder in J&K
  8. Lance Naik Ashok Kumar. Suffered multiple severe bullet injuries during Kargil War in Daras Sector, July 1999.
  9. Hav Ranvir Singh.Suffered severe injuries and multiple fracture of left leg during operations in Punjab in October 1992.
  10. Sepoy Hardayal Singh. Became deaf due to enemy artillery shelling in Kargil War.

Mumbai Marathon – 19 January 2014

Participants

  1. Maj Gen Ian Cardozo, AVSM, SM, Vice-President. Lost left leg in 1971 War.
  2. Brig Veer Pratap, Executive Director.
  3. Col Gulshan Kumar, Executive Officer.
  4. Capt S K Sangwan. Suffered severe injuries of left leg resulting in amputation in below knee in fire fight with the enemy in June 1999.
  5. Lance Naik Ashok Kumar. Suffered multiple severe bullet injuries during Kargil War in Daras Sector, July 1999.
  6. Hony Capt P Dhayalan. Hony  Capt P Dhayalan  sustained  severe injuries in a mine blast in Jafna (Sri Lanka)  resulting in loss of eye and amputation of right hand fingers.
  7. Hav T. Chan Salam.  Havildar T. Chan Salam suffered splinter injuries due to enemy fire resulting in multiple fracture of jaw in J&K.
  8. Sep B Balaji. Sepoy B Balaji  sustained severe injuries in a land mine blast resulting in fracture of both legs in Sri Lanka.
  9. Hav A Threemurthalu. Havildar A Threemurthalu Suffered gunshot injury of right elbow in Sri Lanka.                                 
  10. Hav S Venkatesan.Havildar S Venkatesan Suffered gunshot wound injuries of left arm in Sri Lanka.
  11. Nk R Sathyagaran. Naik R Sathyagaran suffered severe injuries in a mine blast resulting in    amputation of left leg below knee  in  Sri Lanka.
  12. Hav S Raman.  Havildar S Raman suffered severe injuries Resulting in perforating injury of right eye in a mine blast in J&K.
  13. Hav Surmukh Singh.  Havildar Surmukh Singh Suffered severe injuries of left leg resulting in amputation of left leg below knee in J&K.

Mumbai Marathon – 20 January 2015

Participants

  1. Lt Gen Vijay Oberoi, PVSM, AVSM, VSM,President. Lost his right leg in the Indo-Pak War in 1965.
  2. Brig Veer Pratap, Executive Director.
  3. Col Gulshan Kumar, Executive Officer.
  4. Lance Naik Ashok Kumar. Suffered multiple severe bullet injuries during Kargil War in Daras Sector, July 1999
  1. Hav Ranvir Singh. Suffered severe injuries and multiple fracture of left leg during operations in Punjab in October 1992.
  1. Hav Setu Ram. Lost right foot in mine blast in J&K, 1971 in Indo-Pak War.
  2. Capt S K Sangwan. Suffered severe injuries of left leg resulting in amputation in below knee in fire fight with the enemy in June 1999
  3. Sep Rakesh Pal. Suffered splinter injuries of right forearm and gunshot wound left thigh in Kupwara J&K, 2000.
  4. Sepoy Hardayal Singh. Became deaf due to enemy artillery shelling in Kargil War, June 1999.
  5. Sepoy Satyapal Singh. Suffered severe injuries of left leg below knee in enemy shelling, June 1999.
  6. Naib Subedar Balu Ram. His left eye was severely injured revelting in loss of eye sight due to grenade burst during engagement with LTTE in Jafna area,

Mumbai Marathon – 17 January 2016

Participants

  1. Lt Gen Vijay Oberoi, PVSM, AVSM, VSM,President. Lost right leg in Indo-Pak War 1965.
  2. Maj Gen Ian Cardozo, AVSM, SM, Vice-President. Lost left leg in 1971 War.
  3. Lance Naik Ashok Kumar. Suffered multiple severe bullet injuries during Kargil War in Daras Sector, July 1999.
  4. Naik Ganpati Jotiba Kharade. Naik Kharade suffered amputation of fingers of left hand in J&K.
  5. Havildar NC Patil. Havildar NC Patil   suffered severe frost bite of both feet in Siachen Glacier.
  6. Hony Capt P Dhayalan. Hony  Capt P Dhayalan  sustained  severe injuries in a mine blast in Jafna (Sri Lanka)  resulting in loss of eye and amputation of right hand fingers.
  7. Hav Ranvir Singh. Suffered severe injuries and multiple fracture of left leg during operations in Punjab in October 1992.
  8. Naik Bhoop Singh. Sustained communicated fracture of both legs due to IED blast, resulting in disability of permanent nature while deployed in J&K.

War disabled Rally at Chandimandir – 8 June 2016

Mumbai Marathon – 15 January 2017

Participants

  1. Lt Gen Vijay Oberoi, PVSM, AVSM, VSM,President. Lost right leg in Indo-Pak War 1965.
  2. Maj Gen Ian Cardozo, AVSM, SM, Vice-President. Lost left leg in 1971 War.
  3. Lance Naik Ashok Kumar. Suffered multiple severe bullet injuries during Kargil War in Daras Sector, July 1999.
  4. Subedar Satbir Singh.Subedar Satbir Singh suffered severe injuries in both legs in IED blast, Manipur.
  5. NB Sub Mahender Singh.Suffered severe injuries of left leg in mine blast in J & K.
  6. Nk Parupkar Singh.Suffered gun shot wound on right shoulder in Sri Lanka.
  7. Hav Gurdeep SinghSuffered gun shot wound on left side abdomen and left hand during an encounter with terrorists.

 

       War disabled Rally at Pune – 06 May 2017

Mumbai Marathon – 21 January 2018

Participants

  1. Lt Gen Vijay Oberoi, PVSM, AVSM, VSM,President. Lost right leg in Indo-Pak War 1965.
  2. Maj Gen Ian Cardozo, AVSM, SM, Vice-President. Lost left leg in 1971 War.
  3. Col Gulshan Kumar, Executive Officer.
  4. Lance Naik Ashok Kumar. Suffered multiple severe bullet injuries during Kargil War in Daras Sector, July 1999.
  5. Subedar Satbir Singh.Subedar Satbir Singh suffered severe injuries in both legs in IED blast, Manipur.
  6. Naik Sarabjit Singh. Naik Sarabjit Singh suffered gunshot injuries in right shoulder in J&K.
  7. Hav Madan Lal. Suffered bullet injuries in operation Rakshak, J&K in 2000.
  8. Hav Sukhdev Singh.Suffered left leg amputation in operation Rakshak in J&K in 2005.
  9. Naik Chandrakant Gaikwad. Suffered right arm fracture in operation Rakshak, J&K in 2000.
  10. Naik Ganpati Jotiba Kharade. Naik Kharade suffered amputation of fingers of left hand in J&K.
  11. Hav Ashok Kumar.Suffered amputation below right knee in operation Parakram, Oct-2002.
  12. Hav Ningana Gouda Patil. Suffered severe frost bite of both feet in Siachen Glacier, 1985.

Mumbai Marathon – 20 January 2019

Participants

  1. Lt Gen Vijay Oberoi, PVSM, AVSM, VSM,President. Lost right leg in Indo-Pak War 1965.
  2. Maj Gen Ian Cardozo, AVSM, SM, Vice-President. Lost left leg in 1971 War.
  3. Col Gulshan Kumar, Executive Officer.
  4. Lance Naik Ashok Kumar. Suffered multiple severe bullet injuries during Kargil War in Daras Sector, July 1999.
  5. Subedar Satbir Singh.Subedar Satbir Singh suffered severe injuries in both legs in IED blast, Manipur.
  6. Hony Capt P Dhayalan. Hony  Capt P Dhayalan  sustained  severe injuries in a mine blast in Jafna (Sri Lanka)  resulting in loss of eye and amputation of right hand fingers.
  7. Hav Ningana Gouda Patil. Suffered severe frost bite of both feet in Siachen Glacier, 1985.
  8. Hav Madan Lal. Suffered bullet injuries in operation Rakshak, J&K in 2000.
  9. Naik Chandrakant Gaikwad. Suffered right arm fracture in operation Rakshak, J&K in 2000.
  10. Hav Ashok Kumar.Suffered amputation below right knee in operation Parakram, Oct-2002
  11. Naik Ganpati Jotiba Kharade.Naik Kharade suffered amputation of fingers of left hand in J&K.

Mumbai Marathon – 19 January 2020

Participants

  1. Maj Gen Ian Cardozo, AVSM, SM, Vice-President. Lost left leg in 1971 War.
  2. Col Gulshan Kumar, Executive Officer.
  3. Lance Naik Ashok Kumar. Suffered multiple severe bullet injuries during Kargil War in Daras Sector, July 1999.
  4. Subedar Satbir Singh.Subedar Satbir Singh suffered severe injuries in both legs in IED blast, Manipur.
  5. Hony Capt P Dhayalan. Hony  Capt P Dhayalan  sustained  severe injuries in a mine blast in Jafna (Sri Lanka)  resulting in loss of eye and amputation of right hand fingers.
  6. Naik Chandrakant Gaikwad. Suffered right arm fracture in operation Rakshak, J&K in 2000.
  7. Hav Ashok Kumar.Suffered amputation below right knee in operation Parakram, Oct-2002
  8. Naik Ganpati Jotiba Kharade.Naik Kharade suffered amputation of fingers of left hand in J&K.
  9. Sepoy Hardayal Singh. Became deaf due to enemy artillery shelling in Kargil War.
  10. Sub Durga Ram. Severely injured due to Gun Shot Wounds and enemy arty fire in Kargil War at Daras, 1999.
  11. Hav Jugraj Singh. Severe injuries in Rt leg during Operation Rakshak in Naushera,, J&K.
  12. Nk Naresh Kumar. Sustained bullet injuries of Rt knee during militant action in Operation Rakshak, Kupwara.
  13. Nk Chiranji Lal. Sustained bullet injury in Lt leg below knee in Operation Pawan, Srilanka.
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