PAKISTAN ARMY OUR PRIDE

Arooj Rana

PAKISTAN ARMY OUR PRIDE

Pakistan is a Muslim country that is in Southeast Asia. It has India, Afghanistan, China, Iran and the Arabian Sea as its neighbors. Pakistan is the Islamic Republic. In fact, the government of Pakistan is called the Semi-Presidential Federal Democratic Republic. Pakistan is one of the brave nations in the world.

Many time India try to destroy Pakistan. On 6th September 1965 Indian crossed the international border of Pakistan without a formal declaration of war it was the coward attack of India on Pakistan. At that time not only our brave soldiers but the whole nation defend our homeland and defeated the Indian army and the day created the history and became the defense day. Pakistani force was few in numbers but the motivation of the Pakistani soldiers was touching the sky that was the reason that Pakistan defeated India in Indo Pak war. India will never ever forget this defeat. The Indo Pak war was the largest battle of the tank after the Second World War. This battle of tank fought in the city of Sialkot in which both countries lost their tanks. Both countries fought the war for the issue of Kashmir but this issue is still unsolved. A lot of weapons use and many people lost their lives from both countries. A large number of destroyed Indian tanks in the battlefield tells the story of the spirited fight of Pakistani troops with the limited number of tanks.

Major Raja Abdul Aziz Bhatti also was known as Aziz Bhatti was the officer of Pakistan army and he received Pakistan highest award on his bravery. He was born in Hong Kong in 1928 he moved to Pakistan before Independence and started living in the village of Gujrat. There he enlisted with the newly formed Pakistani army and became the part of Pakistan army. Major Aziz Bhatti was from Punjabi Muslim Rajput family. His brother was killed during the Second World War by the Japanese while leaving Hong Kong. During Indo Pak war of 1965. Major Aziz Bhatti was posted in the Burki area of Lahore. As the company commander, Major Aziz Bhatti moved his platoon forward under constant firing from Indian tanks. Major Aziz Bhatti defended the BRB canal against the enemy in Lahore in Burki area in 1965 war. Bhatti kept the Indian troops from advancing by valiantly fighting along with his forward platoons for five days. When his commanding officer asked him to take rest Major Aziz Bhatti denied to come back and said that he would drop his last drop of blood for the defense of his country. In order to observe the proper situation, Major Aziz Bhatti decided to set up a post on relatively higher ground in the vicinity. He kept himself in the elevated position and at last, he was exposed to Indian fury. He tried his best to encounter every Indian attack in his area. At last, he was hit by an enemy shell in his chest while watching the enemy moves and he embraced martyrdom on 11 September 1965. He was awarded Nishan-e-Haider. He is also known as the protector of Lahore. Many other army officers sacrifice their lives for their beloved homeland in 1965 war.

The story of another coward attack of India on Pakistan at 26, February 2019 Indian fighter jets carried out airstrikes against targets inside undisputed Pakistani territory, but open-source evidence suggested that the strike was unsuccessful. At around 3:30 am local time, a flight of 12 Mirage 2000 multi-role fighters reportedly attacked facilities of the terrorist group Jaish-e-Muhammad (JEM) near Balakot town in Mansehra District, Pakistan. Using open-source evidence, DFR Lab was able to geolocation the site of the attack and provide a preliminary damage assessment. “This action has been done for domestic consumption in the election environment, putting regional peace and stability at grave risk.

Pakistan strikes back across LoC from Pakistani airspace. The sole purpose of this action was to demonstrate our right, will and capability for self-defense and two Indian Air Force MIG-21 aircraft were shot down by the Pakistan Air Force in Kashmir Wednesday. One pilot was arrested. One plane crashed in the Kotli-Rata sector of Azad Kashmir while one crashed in Indian-Administered Kashmir’s Budgam area. One pilot under Pakistan Army’s custody. Wing Commander Abhi-Nandan was treated as per norms of military ethics. The IAF Wing Commander returned to India from Pakistan on Friday. The IAF pilot’s release was a major step towards defusing a near-war situation triggered by India’s retaliation over Pakistan. Pakistan wants peace because PAKISTAN is a Peaceful country and we raised the slogan “Say no to War”, “Say yes to Peace”. Both countries could not afford war as wars bring barbarity and bloodshed. Pakistan is our beloved country and we will save our country from our enemy at any cost. Pakistan Army is the most gracious, honorable and the most important part of our Pakistan Armed Forces. We live in our houses with peace and harmony and the brave soldiers of Pak Army spend their lives on the border to protect our homeland.

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