Undercover agent brings out stories of pain and sacrifice in Jaipur

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Thrilling stories of sacrifice, pain and zeal came up in an event organised by Literature Circle of FORTI Women Wing. 

The event was “Army ke Jabaaz” and the venue was the IIS University in Jaipur. The event served as a tribute to the valor and sacrifices of the armed forces, showcasing their indomitable spirit and dedication to the nation. 

Saksham Sanchar Foundation got the opportunity to interview the personalities and covered the engaging session. Here is the brief of the talk session organized at IIS.

Distinguished guests of honour Lucky Bisht and Rachna Bisht won many hearts by bringing out unknown stories from undercover agent and Army men’ lives.

 Lucky Bisht, a former undercover agent, shared riveting anecdotes from his life’s journey. Having once operated in the shadows to protect the nation, he revealed the heart-wrenching reality that, unlike fallen soldiers who are honored posthumously, undercover agents who are captured often go unrecognized by their own country. This poignant insight shed light on the emotional turmoil faced by the families of these unsung heroes, who yearn for their missing loved ones to return one day.

Amidst his tales of hardship and courage, Mr. Bisht imparted a profound piece of wisdom he learned from his senior: “Waqt sab seekha dega” – a reminder that time has the power to heal, teach, and guide us through life’s challenges. His transformation from a covert operative to a Bollywood author is a testament to the resilience and strength that his experiences have bestowed upon him.

Rachna Bisht, an accomplished author in the army and defense genre, graced the event with her presence. Renowned for her books “Shoot. Dive. Fly.” and “Kargil: Untold Stories from the War,” Rachna is not only an exceptional storyteller but also a senior journalist in the industry. Drawing from her personal experiences as an Army daughter, wife and sister, she shared heartwarming anecdotes that resonated with the audience.

In her address, Rachna Bisht encouraged young girls to shun societal stereotypes and unapologetically pursue their dreams. She passionately advocated for women to transcend their roles as wives and mothers and embrace their individuality. Her words resonated deeply, inspiring the attendees to challenge norms and strive for self-fulfillment.

The inauguration of the Literature Circle by FORTI on the occasion of India’s 77th Independence Day is a significant step towards intellectual growth, cultural enrichment, and fostering a sense of unity within the community. The “Army ke Jabaaz” session served as a poignant reminder of the sacrifices made by our armed forces and the unsung heroes who work tirelessly behind the scenes. With esteemed guests like Lucky Bisht and Rachna Bisht gracing the event, their stories of valor and resilience continue to inspire generations to come.

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