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This is the story of Lance Naik Albert Ekka, who was a soldier in the Indian Army. He was martyred in action in the battle of Hilli, during the Indo-Pakistan War of 1971. He was posthumously awarded the Param Vir Chakra, India's highest award for valour in the face of the enemy. His commanding officer called him "Turup Ka Ikka/Ekka", meaning Ace of Trump card. This episode was written by Manjit Singh Thakur.
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A deep hollow feeling

I love listening Mr.Neelesh MIsra on Radio, but this story and it's narration let me feel empty from inside, It felt like something of deep down me went with Lans Nayak Ekka. It's a deep hollow feeling. Thanks for such wonderful narration, it let everyone re-live the moment our brave hearts went through and understand what it is to be solder and what all it takes to stand by your country.