Lt. Gen. K J Singh, PVSM, AVSM & Bar

Lt. Gen. K. J. Singh commanded the coveted Western Command one of Indian Army’s most active formations that positioned along the Pakistan and China borders besides being involved in counter terrorist operations. He was GOC of Sikkim Corps and also commanded Armored Division & first T-90 Brigade. He has served in counter insurgency areas of NE, J&K & Punjab and UN Peacekeeping in Angola. Gen K J Singh has been cited for bravery in Angola & commended by COAS and by the Eastern Army Commander (twice). After retiring from the Army Lt Gen K J Singh, served as Advisor, Government of Haryana; and is presently State Information Commissioner Haryana.

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