Inayat Vats Upholds Her Father’s Legacy in Indian Army

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Inayat Vats Upholds Her Father’s Legacy in Indian Army

| Updated: March 12, 2024 18:24

Inayat Vats Upholds Her Father’s Legacy in Indian Army

In a heartwarming instance of ‘like father, like daughter’, Inayat Vats brought immense pride to her family on the day she was commissioned into the Indian Army. Standing tall and filled with pride, Inayat transitioned from a trainee to Lieutenant Inayat Vats on March 9, after completing rigorous training at the Officer Training Academy in Chennai.

The Academy later shared a touching tribute, “Inayat was barely three years old when she lost her father, Major Navneet Vats, in a counter-insurgency operation. More than two decades later, she gets commissioned into the #IndianArmy, donning the same uniform that her hero dad once did. Welcome, Army Daughter Lieutenant Inayat Vats.”

Major Navneet Vats, a martyr of India, lost his life while combating terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir. He was commissioned in the Fourth Battalion of the Third Gorkha Rifles. Today, twenty years later, his daughter is following in his footsteps, dedicating her life to her nation.

Inayat Vats, fondly referred to as the ‘Army’s Daughter’, was raised by her mother, Shivani, in Chandigarh. Shivani has been a teacher in the Army Public School ever since she lost her husband.

Inayat completed her Master’s in Political Science from Hindu College, University of Delhi, after pursuing her Bachelor’s from Lady Sriram College.

During the passing out parade, Air Chief Marshal Chaudhari reviewed the event and said, “India’s security dynamics involve multi-faceted threats and challenges. It would require us to build multi-domain capabilities and execute operations simultaneously and in shortened timeframes.” He urged the young officers to stay updated with technological advancements.

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