Lt. Rigzin Chorol is now the first female officer from Ladakh in the Indian Army. She tragically lost her spouse, Rifleman Rigzin Kendal of the 3 Ladakh Scouts, in the line of duty.
Rigzin Chorol, a very determined person, was the first Ladakhi woman to serve as an officer in the Indian Army. She realised her late husband’s desire after participating in training sessions for 11 months at the Officers’ Training Academy (OTA), Chennai.
She said that she had realised Rigzin Kendal’s wish for her to become an Indian Army officer while holding her kid during the event. According to Zee News, Rigzin lost her husband, Rifleman Rigzin Kendal of the 3 Ladakh Scouts, in a terrible event while on duty.
She became a source of pride for Ladakh after being the first person from the chilly desert to be commissioned as an officer in the Indian Army. On Saturday, October 29, she graduated from the OTA, Chennai, following a demanding 11-month training period. She graduated with the other 151 male and 35 female cadets who took the same course.
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