Commando Hardeep 11 PARA SF Lost His Life, Parachute Fails to Open at 9000 ft

An Indian Air Force paratrooper was killed on Thursday after his parachute failed to open mid-air during a training exercise in Agra’s Malpura. The incident happened when 26-year-old Hardeep Singh, belonging to the 11th Regiment, jumped from 9000 ft and his parachute got entangled in his hand. Singh was rushed to a military hospital where he lost his life.

Commando Hardeep Singh of 11 Para (SF), who hailed from Patiala in Punjab, served in the services for over five years and was posted in Assam. He was part of a group of 40 men participating in a basic free-fall jump course. In March this year, another paratrooper Sunil Kumar also lost his life at Malpura in a similar accident.

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