A brave son of Pakistan, Major Raja Aziz Bhatti is being remembered on his 55th martyrdom anniversary on Saturday all through the nation.
He was born in Hong Kong in 1928. He moved to Pakistan sooner than it grew to turn out to be neutral in 1947 and lived inside the village of Ladian, inside the district of Gujrat.
Major Raja Aziz Bhatti was a Pakistan Army Staff Officer who obtained Pakistan’s highest award Nishan-e-Haider for a wonderful feat of valor.
There he enlisted with the newly formed Pakistani Army and was commissioned to the Punjab Regiment in 1950.
During the Indo-Pak warfare in September 1965 as a company commander in Burki, Lahore, he decided to stay together with his forward platoon and defended the strategic BRB Canal bravely for five days.
Throughout, undaunted by a set hearth from enemies’ tanks and artillery, he organized the safety of the canal, directing his males to answer to the hearth until he was hit by an enemy tank shell that killed him on 12 September 1965. He was 37 years earlier.
However, Major Aziz Bhatti was rewarded with the distinguished Nishan-e Haider for his suppliers in Pakistan.
Moreover, Inter-Service Public Relations (ISPR) has launched a video to honor the great sacrifice of Major Raja Aziz Bhatti Shaheed.
ISPR posted a video and gave a caption, “Nation honors the supreme sacrifice by Major Raja Aziz Bhatti Shaheed, Nishan-e-Haider, in 1965 war. His stellar leadership and courage beckons us to defend Pakistan, come what may.”