From 2001 Parliament attack hero to domestic help: Painful story of Radha Chauhan
It was a fateful Thursday morning of December 13, 2001 when the Indian Parliament was attacked by Lashkar-e-Taiba (Let) and Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) terrorists.8 people including six Delhi Police personnel, two Parliament Security Serviceman lost their life, while 16 others got injured in this brutal attack carried out by five Pakistani terrorists.
Among injured was Radha Chauhan, a senior platoon commander in the Delhi Home Guard department deployed at the gate number five of the Parliament. Constable Kamlesh Kumari Yadav, of CRPF was the first to spot the terrorists and was shot by them as she raised the alarm. When Radha heard the noise of bullets, she rushed to Kamlesh Kumari to help her. For more info watch full video.
Updated : 13 December 2016, 01:00 PM