There is a land of martyrs which is called PakistanFlag of Pakistan. They Gave Their within the current day So That we could have a better tomorrow. Our Pride Our Heroes Our Protectors. The nation is celebrating Defence Day with good zeal and fervor. On account of this present day, let’s recall the sacrifices of Nishan e Haider holders who confirmed utmost gallantry on the face of battle.
Major Tufail Mohammad (SHAHEED)
The brave Major was martyred on August 7, 1958, in Lakhimpur. He belonged to the 16th Punjab Regiment, Pakistan Rifles. In 1958, Pakistan and India had been at daggers drawn at each other over the battle of East Pakistan. Major Tufail’s Company encompassed the Indian put up, which was illegally established inside Pakistan’s territory. He bravely attacked the put up and obtained immense hurt throughout the skirmish. His accidents did not stop him and fought with out a weapon. In a hand useful battle, Major Tufail succeeded in defeating Indians and killed Three of their troopers and made the opposite prisoner of battle. Sadly, the brave primary espoused martyrdom attributable to excessive accidents and bought Nishan-e-Haider.
Major Muhammad Akram
Major Muhammad Akram belonged to the 4 Frontier Force Regiment and obtained martyred on December 5, 1971. The intrepid primary was the commanding officer of his agency throughout the 1971 Indo-Pak battle. His agency was obstructing the route of the enemy; subsequently, the company was beneath immense fire from the opponent. However, the foremost effectively impede the opposition for two weeks and finally embraced Shahadat in shut battle with the enemy.
Naik Muhammad Mahfuz (born 25 October 1944) was a Pakistani soldier, who was awarded the Nishan-i-Haider, the perfect military award of Pakistan. He died via the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971. On 17 December 1971, his agency was pinned down by the enemy fire and his machine-gun was destroyed by an Indian shell. Even though he was wounded in his legs by shrapnel, he moved in route of an enemy bunker from which fire had triggered many Pakistani deaths. There he was strangled with considered one of many enemy troopers when he killed by one different with a bayonet.
Major Raja Aziz Bhatti
The brave man was martyred on September 10, 1965, and hailed from 17 Punjab Regiment. In the 1965 battle between Indian and Pakistan, he was the commanding officer in an area known as Burki within the Lahore sector. His agency was coping with heavy artillery fires for regular 5 days, nevertheless, he certainly not backed down. However, on September 10 whereas directing and artillery assault he obtained hit by a tank shell and espoused Shahadat.
Muhammad Hussain Janjua
Hussain Janjua belonged to the 20 Lancers Regiment and obtained martyred on December 10, 1971. Although he was a driver, he was always avid in doing extraordinary jobs. During the battle, he seen that the enemy was digging throughout the Harar Khurd village, he directed the army and the army destroyed sixteen Indian tanks. While directing he was shot by a machine gun; thus, embraced Shahadat and obtained Nishan-e-Haider.
Havaldar Lalak Jan
Havaldar Lalak Jan embraced Shahadat on 7 July 1999 and hailed from Northern Light Infantry Regiment. The chivalrous soldier provided himself and volunteered on being deployed at excessive entrance positions. The brave Havaldar wreaked havoc on the enemy with quite a few the primary losses. On the day of his martyrdom, the brave soldier obtained considerably injured attributable to heavy assaults of the enemy nevertheless nonetheless defended the land, he was situated on. Later on, succumbed to his wounds and obtained Nishan-e-Haider.
Pilot Rashid Minhas, was inducted throughout the regiment amount 2, Fighter Conversion Unit (FCU), and was martyred on August 20, 1971. On the day of his martyrdom, a Bengali Pilot deliberately compelled into his cockpit whereas he was taking his place throughout the course of the runway. The Instructor Pilot(IP) gained administration of the craft and went in route of India. After getting consciousness, the brave Rashid Minhas realized the situation and being unable to fight the Bengali owing to accidents he pushed the plane and crashed it. He effectively crashed the airplane inside Pakistan’s Territory. He sacrificed his life for the dignity of the nation and was awarded Nishan-e-Haider.
Captain Raja Muhammad Sarwar
Captain Raja espoused Shahadat on July 27, i948, and belonged to Punjab Regiment. In 1948, in a battle over Kashmir with India Captain Sarwar initiated an assault throughout the Uri Sector and enormously damaged the enemy. He volunteered to destroy the enemy’s spiked wires to have the ability to advance his forces into the rival’s sector. However, in doing that he obtained martyred and was awarded Nishan-e-Haider.
Major Shabbir Sharif
In the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971, the Pakistan Army launched an offensive on the Western entrance in direction of the enemy. Sharif, as commander of a company of 6 Frontier Force Regiment, was ordered to grab extreme ground overlooking Grumukhi Khera and Beri, a village throughout the Sulemanki Sector.
On 3 December 1971, in a well-organized movement, he fought alongside his males and held Indian assaults at bay. He cleared the Jhangar put up bypassing by way of the minefield laid by the enemy and swimming all through a water obstacle, the ‘Sabuna distributary’, whereas beneath intense enemy fire and led his agency to grab the goal.
On the afternoon of 6 December, the enemy launched an offensive preceded by airstrikes and heavy artillery shelling. After casualties amongst the crew, he took over as a gunner on an anti-tank gun and commenced firing on the enemy tanks. While this fight was on, considered one of many enemy tanks fired at him thus killing him. His ultimate phrases had been quoted as: “Don’t lose the bridge.” It was the an identical bridge he died defending from the Indian Army’s assault.
Captain Karnal Sher Khan
During the Kargil War, he was deployed on the Gultari space. He alongside alongside along with his fellow troopers established 5 strategic posts at a high of 17,000 toes at Gultari. Indian Army launched eight assaults on their place to grab the strategic posts. However, Khan and his males had been ready to defend these strategic posts. On 5 July 1999, the Indian army launched one different assault and surrounded his posts with two battalions. With a heavy mortar fire, the Indian Army captured actually considered one of his posts. Khan personally led a worthwhile counter-attack and was ready to re-capture the misplaced put up. Despite the shortage of ammunition and males, Khan was worthwhile in forcing the enemy to retreat. However, via the battle, he was hit by a machine-gun fire and was killed.