Maj. Gen. SCN Jatar

Commissioned in the Bombay Sappers (Corps of Engineers) Gen Jatar (Sudhir) commanded an infantry brigade in Kashmir and Rajasthan before serving as Staff Officer to Gen. K. V. Krishna Rao Expert Committee for reorganization of the Indian Army. He commanded the 105 Engineer Regiment during the 1971 War. His men cleared minefields, constructed underground bunkers and helipad – which helped in the capture of Nangi Tekri in the battle of Poonch. After retirement Gen Jatar served as CMD of Oil India, CMD ONGC Videsh Limited, and Chairman SCOPE (apex body of the PSUs). General Jatar has also been consultant to Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd, President of RPG Petrochem Ltd and MD of Garware Shipping Limited.

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