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Wife of the Major killed in the operation of Jammu and Kashmir after Pulwama joined the Army | India News


DEHRADUN: Nitika Kaul, widow of Major Vibhuti Dhoundiyal, who was killed in a military operation after the Pulwama terrorist attack, is ready to join the technical wing of the Indian army.

Kaul, 26, currently working with a software company in Noida, passed the Army entrance exam (Service Selection Board) and also received a call letter from the Officer Training Academy, Chennai, said his TOI relatives on Tuesday. As her husband was killed in action, she relaxed the age limit to appear on the recruitment test.

Last year, a video of Nitika was widely broadcast on social media by saying goodbye to her husband, in which she was seen giving a message to her husband before they let him rest: “You said you loved me, but he In fact, you loved the nation more … I will love you until my last breath.I owe you my life.Almost a year after the murder of Major Dhoundiyal, Kaul is ready to serve in the army.

I hope to have the opportunity to serve India as my husband did: Nitika

Saroj Dhoundiyal, Kaul’s mother-in-law, told TOI that she is very happy for her daughter-in-law. “She is a brave girl and looks after us like a daughter. We are happy to have her in our lives, ”he said, adding that she was the first to receive the news that Kaul received the offer letter. “It feels great that she put me above her own parents and called me first,” he said.

Speaking to TOI on the first anniversary of her husband’s death on February 18, Kaul had said: “I could not resist loving what my husband loved most. I hope he even has the opportunity to serve the country in the way did “. Nitika and Vibhuti met at the university and got married in April 2018. A few months before their first wedding anniversary, Major Dhoundiyal was killed while participating in a J&K operation to expel the militants after the Pulwama attack.

Kaul, a Kashmir Pandit who moved to Delhi in the 1990s, said her mother-in-law motivated her to join the Army. “Every time I see her, I see a hero. Her pain is no less, yet she supported me at all times, ”said Kaul, who has an MBA in marketing operations.

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