The flying sikh milkha singh

The flying sikh milkha singh
The flying sikh milkha singh

the flying sikh milkha singh A name that who does not know in the world today in a Sikh family who was born in Govindpura. In which eight out of fifteen siblings died in the partition of India, their parents, one brother and two sisters were killed in violence, Milkha Singh himself had seen these murders with his own eyes,
In such circumstances, to escape from troubles and the fight between Hindus and Sikhs was going on, leaving behind the troubles, he along with his married elder sister came to live in Delhi for some time. His sister Ishwar was the brunt of his release even in jail.
had sold his precious jewelry and spent some time in the refugee camp of Purana Qila and Delhi Shahdara. He was so fed up with life that he thought of becoming a dacoit but was not destined to become a dacoit. His elder brother Malkhan made him an Indian Inspired to join the army in which Milkha
Singh had secured admission in not one but in his fourth attempt and was posted at the Center for Electrical Mechanical Engineering.

International career
Milkha Singh represented India in the 200 and 400 meters competition at the Melbourne Olympics, during a meeting with Charles Jenkins, the eventual 400 meter champion, both explained the training methods and gave the public Also inspired, Milkha Singh was persuaded by Mr. Jawaharlal Nehru to set aside his memories of the Partition era for his success in running against Abdul Khaliq in Pakistan, while General Ayub Khan in a post called Milkha Singh The Flying Sikh. A new name was given.

Milkha Singh was the only player who has broken the Indian Olympic record. Milkha Singh won 77 races out of 80. In recognition of his success in the Asian Games, Milkha Singh was promoted from the rank of soldier to the rank of junior commissioned officer.
He was awarded the Padma Shri, the fourth highest civilian of India, All of Milkha Singh’s winning medals have been donated to the country. Those medals were displayed at the Jawaharlal Stadium in New Delhi, and later he was awarded that The place was kept in a museum. He had faced a lot of troubles in his life, as well as his future due to problems, he was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit in a hospital in Mohali due to pneumonia caused by covid on May 2021. For some time, the condition was stable, but who has moved ahead of time, in the race for this life, he had to leave his life and he died on 18 June 2021 in Chandigarh. This story inspires us in life that no matter how many problems there are in life, we should never back down from our goal until we get success, we should continue to do that work with our tireless efforts.




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