Major’s Widow Pays Tribute To Her Husband, Clears SSB Exam To Join Indian Army
Army soldiers who get martyred while on duty leave behind bereaved families to survive on their own. Wives of martyred soldiers have a tough time raising children as the sole bread-earner of the family. With a limited pension, they have to carefully manage their finances.
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A 32-year-old woman from Virar in Mumbai- Gauri Mahadik will soon join the Indian Army as a tribute to her husband, Major Prasad Mahadik who was killed at his shelter at the Indo-China border in Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh in December 2017.
Hindustan Times reported that Mahadik is all set to join the Army next year as Lieutenant once she completes her training at the Officers’ Training Academy (OTA) in Chennai. She told the publication that she will be commissioned as a Lieutenant in non-technical category for war-widows.