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Introduction Bhupinder Kumar Bishnoi

Shri B.K.(Bhupinder Kumar) Bishnoi, Air Vice Marshal ( Retired), two time winner of Vir Chakra(means bar to the Vir Chakra) for his courageous performance first time in 1965 war and second time in 1971 Indo-Pak war.

Mr B.K. Bishnoi belongs to village SittoGuno in Firozpur District of Punjab. His father Shri Ram Partap Ji Khichar, DSP (Retired) was a senior police officer in security department for first Prime Minister Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru.

His younger brother Flight Lieutenant Sudarshan Kumar Bishnoi was also a hero who sacrificed his life for mother India.

We salute such brave heroes who made our community & country

Wg Cdr Bhupinder Kumar Bishnoi F(P)

Vir Chakra and Bar (Later Air Vice Marshal )

B K Bishnoi is one of the few IAF Officers who was honored with a Bar to the Vir Chakra. As a Squadron Leader in 1965 War, Bishnoi flew several interdiction missions with No.20 "Lightning" Squadron flying the Hawker Hunter. In one of his missions in the Raiwind Area, He along with three of his colleagues attacked and destroyed an ammunition supply train with rockets and gunfire. The Next day, he led an interdiction mission against enemy targets in the Lahore sector in which a significant amount of enemy armour was knocked out. B K Bishnoi was awarded the Vir Chakra for these actions.

During the 1971 War, Wing Commander Bishnoi was the Commanding Officer of No.28 "First Supersonics" Squadron flying the MiG-21 FL aircraft. Wg Cdr Bishnoi led the first strike raids on Dacca airfield in which he destroyed a transport aircraft by rockets on the ground. Wg Cdr Bishnoi flew a total of 26 Sorties during the war, in which he destroyed the runway at Tejgaon airfield as well as leading the strike on Government House at Dacca. For his role in 71, Bishnoi received a Second Gallantry Award, in the form of a Bar to his Vir Chakra.

Bishnoi retired as an Air Vice Marshal from the IAF .



Sqn Ldr KC Cariappa, CO 111 HU (on left)Wg Cdr BK Bishnoi (Center) and Sqn Ldr Ravi Kumar (Right) with a PAF Sabre jet at Tezgaon. Photo : Gp Capt Ranbir Singh



The F-86 Sabres flown by the PAF's No.14 Squadron were left intact even though orders explicitly required destruction. Here the GLO 2 Wing, Flt Lt Manbir Singh, Sqn Ldr SK Sareen, Wg Cdr BK Bishnoi, U/I Sqn Ldr KC Cariappa and Flg Offr Sukrut Raj pose with Sabre s/n ' 1713'

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