India Respects Pak Army Officer?

 

The Indian Army has renovated the tomb of a dead officer of the Pakistani Army who fought four wars against him. This grave of an ornate major of the Pakistani Army is in the Naugam sector of Kashmir.

The Indian Army has claimed that it has repaired the broken tomb of an ornate officer of the Pakistani Army in Kashmir and got it rebuilt as before. This information was given by the army’s Chinar Corps unit based in Srinagar. According to the army, this tomb located in the Naugam sector is of Major Mohammad Shabir Khan of Pakistani Army, who was awarded the title of Sitar-e-Jurrat in Pakistan.

According to information written on the tomb, Major Khan was killed in a counter-attack on May 5, 1972 by nine Sikh regiments of the Indian Army. Giving information about the repair of his grave, the Chinar Corps tweeted, “A soldier, irrespective of the country, deserves respect and respect after martyrdom.” Live

The Indian Army has renovated the tomb of a dead officer of the Pakistani Army who fought four wars against him. This grave of an ornate major of the Pakistani Army is in the Naugam sector of Kashmir.

The Indian Army has claimed that it has repaired the broken tomb of an ornate officer of the Pakistani Army in Kashmir and got it rebuilt as before. This information was given by the army’s Chinar Corps unit based in Srinagar. According to the army, this tomb located in the Naugam sector is of Major Mohammad Shabir Khan of Pakistani Army, who was awarded the title of Sitar-e-Jurrat in Pakistan.

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According to information written on the tomb, Major Khan was killed in a counter-attack on May 5, 1972 by nine Sikh regiments of the Indian Army. Giving information about the repair of his grave, the Chinar Corps tweeted, “A soldier, irrespective of the country, deserves respect and respect after martyrdom.”

Sitara-e-Jurrat is Pakistan’s third most prestigious military award, awarded for bravery or distinguished services in combat. Pakistan has not yet confirmed the repair of this officer’s tomb by the Indian Army in Kashmir. The armies of both the countries have fought at least four wars and many minor battles against each other. 1972 was a year of comparative peace between the two countries.

There was a war between the two countries in 1971, in which the Indian Army was victorious and due to the efforts of the Indian Army and Government, a new country Bangladesh was established in place of East Pakistan. In 1972, a peace agreement was signed between India and Pakistan, which is known as the Simla Agreement. Under this agreement, the Line of Control was agreed between the two countries.

However, this agreement ensured the establishment of peace and friendship between the two countries for a long time. The relationship between the two countries soon deteriorated and in 1999 once again there was a war between the two countries, known as the Kargil War.

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