|Name:||Min Bahadur Thapa|
|Employer:||IDG Security (contracted to UN)|
|Date:||1 April 2011|
|Cause:||Killed defending UN civilian employees against mob attack on UN compound|
Min Bahadur Thapa, from the Myagdi district of Nepal, joined the UN security detachment in 2010. Initially he was posted to defend the UNOCA compound in Kabul, but he was later transferred to the UN complex in Mazar-e-Sharif. Before that, he spent 28 years in the Indian Army with 2/4 Gorkha Rifles. After he retired, he spent two and a half years working security on cruise ships. He is survived by his wife, Lekh Maya Thapa, two sons and a daughter.