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Braveheart Inspector M.C.Sharma

Posted in india by Sandeep on September 20, 2008

Winner of seven gallantry awards, including the President’s gallantry medal and 150 police rewards,Inspector Mohan Chand Sharma, who moved with extra protection, was credited with the killing of 35 terrorists and the arrest of 80 others, Scumbed to his bullet injuries yesterday,afet he was hit by terrorist bullets,Still he managed to gun down two terrorists who were directly involved with september 13,2008, delhi blasts..

The 42 year Inspector, who always led his team from the front, always put his duty first .Sharma who joined Delhi Police in 1989, was absorbed by the Special Cell in 1997.On Friday morning, when he went into the L-18 house, Sharma was not wearing a bullet-proof jacket. His colleagues said he had joined the team straight from a Dwarka hospital where his younger son is battling dengue.

”A very brave, dynamic and intelligent officer, Inspector Sharma was one of the most illustrious of Delhi Police personnel.” A specialist of technical intelligence gathering Inspector Sharma was an asset to the Special Cell which banked upon him for crucial breakthroughs at ground level, the official added.

President of India,Prime Minister of India,UPA Chairperson Mrs. Sonia Gandhi,Leader of Opposition Mr.L.K.Advani were among the people who paid homage to the martyr…

“He is our pride; he died a hero’s death,” Sharma’s uncle said. “For him, the police force was his family; it always came first. He gave up his life for the force, I’m sure that was what he wanted.”

“It is officers like your husband who make us all feel confident that our security is in safe hands,” Prime Minister Manmohan Singh wrote to Sharma’s wife. “Your husband’s passing away is a great loss for our country and society.”

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  1. Shankar swami said, on September 20, 2008 at 9:48 am

    This is a real loss to the nation…He will be surely a role model for many youngsters…I think he was a real karam yogi…

  2. jammuregion said, on September 20, 2008 at 11:38 am

    Officers like Sharma reflect the true image of the country. All of us especially the politicians should learn from him and start protecting rather than selling our country.

  3. Tarun said, on September 20, 2008 at 1:07 pm

    We Salute Mr Sharma for his devotion to Our Mother Bharat Mata.

  4. KP said, on September 20, 2008 at 4:58 pm

    He was really brave person and good human being a real peteroit atleast he has given his live for the nation but spit on our home minister he is not doing good job on the most powerful chair he sit.The congress is only advocating muslims because of vote bank.Let us have a tough law wheather any politician comes it or not but a law should be equally for all.

    Let me share you with recent agitation in jammu and kashmir he never visited first to jammu he flew to kashmir and he got a warm welome by peoples shouting on him”INDIAN DOG GO BACK” that is our home minister if he is a true maharastran the land of shivaji a great warrior simple he should resign on that post he is very soft.

    I salute to this gentle man.

  5. xyz said, on September 24, 2008 at 9:40 am

    Patrolling heightened in Jamia Nagar a week before the encounter, say residents who saw shootout
    By Karanjeet Kaur in New Delhi

    TWO eyewitnesses of the September 19 Special Cell action at Jamia Nagar have presented a version of the event that is at complete variance with what has been offered by the Delhi Police.
    Their reconstruction of the event, which indicates a scuffle had probably taken place before the shots were fired, may also explain why Jamia Nagar residents are not buying the police theory that the team led by Inspector M. C. Sharma had either eliminated or arrested the men allegedly behind the bomb blasts in Delhi, Ahmedabad and Jaipur.
    This version, given to MAIL TODAY on the condition of anonymity, squares up with the hitherto unreported autopsy report on Sharma and the nature of the wounds on the bodies of the two young men killed by the Special Cell of the Delhi Police. The autopsy report on Sharma, which is with Headlines Today , says he was shot at
    from extremely close range, no more than a few centimetres from him. He was hit by three bullets.
    of them entered through the back and followed top- to- down trajectory.
    The body of one of the ‘ terrorists’ bears injury marks, sharp wounds and multiple internal injuries in the stomach. Doctors say such injuries usually attributed to a scuffle, actually a violent physical assault. Someone may even have stamped on him. His flatmate Mohammed Sajid, also dead, was apparently shot in the head. Could death too have occurred during the scuffle? Further, could Inspector Sharma have been injured during the fisticuffs that ensued between alleged Delhi bombers and the policemen who were raiding supposed terrorist hideouts? Is it possible that he suffered the injuries when a bullets went off accidentally during the scuffle? There is no way to find out the kind of bullet injury that Sharma suffered. No bullets were found on his body during his autopsy. The medical bulletin of Holy Family Hospital, where he was taken first, said no “ foreign bodies” were found in chest and abdomen.
    Mail Today took exhaustive eyewitness accounts the police action on September 19 to unravel events of the morning of September 19. Eyewitnesses, who live in the immediate vicinity of L- Batla House – the alleged IM hideout – said the Special Cell team that raided the scene of action brought two young men to the ground floor from their fourth- floor flat. They had a verbal altercation with the two men and killed them after some them realised Sharma had been shot.
    Jamia Nagar residents had been seeing heightened activity by policemen in civilian clothes for about a week before the police action. Yet, they were taken aback when a group of policemen in civvies surrounded L- 18, Batla House, on September 19, for they had not seen any suspicious activity in their building. It is hard to keep secrets in the rabbit war- of apartment blocks in Jamia Nagar.
    member of the Special Cell first went up to the fourth- floor flat occupied by Atif and Sajid, pretending to a cellphone salesman. The young men inside the flat did not receive the undercover policeman cordially. They entered into an argument with subinspector Dharmender, who was pretending to be the salesman.
    All this took place in front of the neighbours, who had come out onto the balconies of their flats on hearing the commotion.
    Reacting immediately when the arguments started, the policemen waiting downstairs rushed up.
    None of them had their guns out.
    Clearly, they were not expecting any armed resistance. One of the men, whom the eyewitnesses were able to identify after seeing his images on television, was Sharma.
    Speaking from behind a grill that covers the fourth- floor staircase at L- Sharma yelled at all the neighbours who had come out of their houses to go indoors because they could get hurt in the “ firing”. Residents of the area followed his instructions.
    But the eyewitnesses, being quoted by Mail Today, watched the goings- on from behind their toilet windows.
    The saw only two men in the flat.
    That leaves the man who was arrested from the spot, Mohammed Saif, and the two men who reportedly escaped during the police action unaccounted for.
    They saw Sharma’s men drag Atif and Sajid to the ground floor landing.
    The two men, who were subsequently killed, appeared to be in panic and unarmed at the time. No one could see what happened thereafter as the partly covered ground floor landing was not in their line of vision.
    The eyewitnesses could hear the policemen hurling abuses at the two young men. This was followed by gunshots.
    Then someone shouted, “ Sahab ko goli lag gayi ( the boss has been hit).” The young men could not be heard in this commotion. After some time, the eyewitnesses hear more gunshots. The policemen came into the view of our eyewitnesses.
    They were dragging the bodies of the two men upstairs.
    Around the same time, they saw sub- inspector Dharmender, and another policeman leading Sharma out of the building. The eyewitness couldn’t figure out the extent of Sharma’s injury from what they saw.
    The bodies of the two young men, meanwhile, were dragged up to their flat by the policemen. Then they wrapped the bodies with cloth.
    According to the eyewitnesses, after the two bodies were taken away and piled into a police van, a group of policemen materialised out of the blue with three young men they had rounded up, seemingly from within the L- 18 flats. They were unable to make out where the men came from. One of them, it appears now, was Mohammed Saif. He is now in police custody.
    This reconstruction by the eyewitnesses poses some questions. Why did the two young men, and their alleged accomplices, not flee the scene or clean up their laptops even after everyone in the neighbourhood was aware of the heightened police presence in the area? Why did the policemen not have their guns out when they rushed up to the flat after the argument broke out between sub- inspector Dharmender and the two men? Was Sharma shot at by the alleged terrorists, or was he a victim of collateral damage because he happened to be in the line of a ricocheting bullet?

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