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The Jat Regiment is an infantry regiment of the Indian Army and is one of the longest serving and most decorated regiments of the Indian Army.

Active: 1795 – Present

Type: Line Infantry

Size: 21 Battalions

Regimental Centre: Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh

Motto: Sangathan Va Veerta (Unity And Valour)

War Cry: Jat Balwan, Jai Bhagwan (The Jat is powerful, Victory to god)

Colonel of the Regiment: Maj Gen SK Saini, YSM, VSM

Regimental Insignia: The Roman numeral nine representing its ninth position in the regimental hierarchy of the Indian Army of the 1920s. The insignia also has a bugle indicating the Light Infantry antecedents of two of its battalions.

The regiment has won 41 battle honours between 1839 to 1947 and post independence 9 battle honours,
10 Unit Citations, 2 Victoria Crosses,
4 Indian Order of Merits,2 George Crosses,
3 Ashok Chakras, 10 Mahavir Chakras,
8 Kirti Chakras, 35 Shaurya Chakras,
40 Vir Chakras and 170 Sena Medals

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  1. i am brother of late captain sameer bhan
    need some help in renewing of echs card of his mother
    she is old and doesnt know how to fill the form and some of the details to be filled in form is not known to her
    please tell us whom to contact so that this can be facilitated

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