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Maj Abdul Wahab Shaheed.....Sitara e Jurat,Tamgha e Bisalat......Baloch Regiment.....Kargil 1999.

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Maj Abdul Wahab a gallant baloch officer was awarded Tamgha e Bisalat for capturing most wanted terrorists from karachi...later on he was posted to NLI during Kargil operation in 1999.....He along with his troops built strong bunkers and posts at kargil front....The enemy attacked many times again and again at Maj Abdul Wahab's post but each time it was repulsed.Maj Abdul Wahab himself killed two indian junior commisioned officers in hand to hand combat and many other ranks aswell.Maj Wahab and his men inflicted heavy losses on the enemy and the enemy's dream to capture the posts was shattered.....later on the indians attacked his post with full force,,,they had more then 700 soldiers also they had support of BOFOR artillery guns and Air force....on this side Maj Abdul Wahab was smiling,standing firm and ready to face any challenge with his only 50 odd men.....
Heavy firing started from both sides....the enemy was coming waves after waves....one wave was cleared by Maj Abdul Wahab then came the other and then another and another...it di'nt stop...indians were there with a huge number of force...still indians could not advance towards his posts till 2 days...after 2 days Maj Abdul Wahab was short of ammunation....when the indians tried to come near his post,,,he and his men threw huge rocks at them from the top of the hill and killed them in this manner.Finally one by one his men embraced shahadat during these 2 days....he was left with few of them only...but still he carried on with the fight not giving up,,,,at the same very moment an enemy rocket launcher fired direct rockets at his posts and Maj Wahab fell on the ground after he was raised up in the air due to the impact of the rockets....he was badly injured,,he had a broken left leg....and except for 3,,,all of his men had embraced shahadat by now...1 of them was badly injured ,,,Maj Wahab ordered his leftover 2 men to take him back to the base camp for medical treatment...but they refused to leave Maj Wahab alone...there he shouted at them that (its AN ORDER)....and they left for the base camp....One of these men told later when he was asked about maj Wahab that the last time he saw Maj Wahab,,he was bleeding badly and was sitting along a big rock with a broken leg,,,holding a sten gun in his hand pointing towards enemy and shouting at him to go back......Maj Wahab embraced shahadat waiting for the enemy in this manner..........His dead body is still somewhere on the top.........He was awarded Sitara e Jurat.
 

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Bitter truth -

Too many brave men were left stranded by a coward general who could not even own them.

Just imagine his plea when he must be requesting for backup and support from his command but to no avail.
 

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Kargil was a massive blunder. We labelled our soldiers as mujahiden and did not resupply them. Left them on the top to be killed.
I wonder why General are never prosecuted for all the blunders they've made. Who will answer for the recent lives lost in balochistan as well. It's always the junior officers who suffer. Generals just end up leaving the country. Sad state of affairs.
 

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For every inch and mm which us under the foot of Pakistan!
Dude, lets be realistic. That is the only tribute you can give to him.

And my posts are sincere and in respect of all brave men who died for their country.

But we need to revisit and think, did we deserve their absolute sacrifice?

Its true for you, true for me.
 

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Dude, lets be realistic. That is the only tribute you can give to him.

And my posts are sincere and in respect of all brave men who died for their country.

But we need to revisit and think, did we deserve their absolute sacrifice?

Its true for you, true for me.
Let's see what the future brings, and the next generations can rule and decide if we deserved it or not, at the moment, yes we deserved it as a nation because anyone of us would have done the same!
 

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Let's see what the future brings, and the next generations can rule and decide if we deserved it or not, at the moment, yes we deserved it as a nation because anyone of us would have done the same!
No, not anyone would have done so. Your whole army and politicians chickened out while this brave man was left to die. Worse, the same general was allowed by your people to rule your nation. So even your people are party to this fiasco.

I asked for being realistic and not wishful.

I am out from this thread, the brave men dying, of any nation, triggers some emotions. Hence wrote few posts which may not go well with many here. I do the same on Indian forums for Indian martyr. So take it positively, if you can.
 

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Bitter truth -

Too many brave men were left stranded by a coward general who could not even own them.

Just imagine his plea when he must be requesting for backup and support from his command but to no avail.
Indeed a bitter truth a coward general and dysfunctional PM whose FO was miserably failed to convince international community that the violation happened on 'CEASEFIRE LINE' in a disputed territory - may be PM's personal love with India and his business.
Even failed to convince that the act was equal to Indian aggression in Sachin.
When the nation will understand a difference between leaders and corrupt nihari/paya/Biryani muncher ... !
 

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Its a sad truth. Brave men usually die for nothing. Cause in the end leaders sign peace agreement and everyone cheers them, not remembering these stickers were the 1 who started the war.

I went to war museum in ladakh and there was a story of a Soldier who died fighting bravely, But after death his body slipped or something I guess. So it's still there as Indian Army can't go there.
Just imagine what must be going through his parents mind.
 

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Its a sad truth. Brave men usually die for nothing. Cause in the end leaders sign peace agreement and everyone cheers them, not remembering these stickers were the 1 who started the war.

I went to war museum in ladakh and there was a story of a Soldier who died fighting bravely, But after death his body slipped or something I guess. So it's still there as Indian Army can't go there.
Just imagine what must be going through his parents mind.
Usually it is the poor that enlist themselves. For many it is just means of a stable income with benefits. The rich rarely find themselves in harms way.
 

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Maj Abdul Wahab Shaheed.....Sitara e Jurat,Tamgha e Bisalat......Baloch Regiment.....Kargil 1999.

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Maj Abdul Wahab a gallant baloch officer was awarded Tamgha e Bisalat for capturing most wanted terrorists from karachi...later on he was posted to NLI during Kargil operation in 1999.....He along with his troops built strong bunkers and posts at kargil front....The enemy attacked many times again and again at Maj Abdul Wahab's post but each time it was repulsed.Maj Abdul Wahab himself killed two indian junior commisioned officers in hand to hand combat and many other ranks aswell.Maj Wahab and his men inflicted heavy losses on the enemy and the enemy's dream to capture the posts was shattered.....later on the indians attacked his post with full force,,,they had more then 700 soldiers also they had support of BOFOR artillery guns and Air force....on this side Maj Abdul Wahab was smiling,standing firm and ready to face any challenge with his only 50 odd men.....
Heavy firing started from both sides....the enemy was coming waves after waves....one wave was cleared by Maj Abdul Wahab then came the other and then another and another...it di'nt stop...indians were there with a huge number of force...still indians could not advance towards his posts till 2 days...after 2 days Maj Abdul Wahab was short of ammunation....when the indians tried to come near his post,,,he and his men threw huge rocks at them from the top of the hill and killed them in this manner.Finally one by one his men embraced shahadat during these 2 days....he was left with few of them only...but still he carried on with the fight not giving up,,,,at the same very moment an enemy rocket launcher fired direct rockets at his posts and Maj Wahab fell on the ground after he was raised up in the air due to the impact of the rockets....he was badly injured,,he had a broken left leg....and except for 3,,,all of his men had embraced shahadat by now...1 of them was badly injured ,,,Maj Wahab ordered his leftover 2 men to take him back to the base camp for medical treatment...but they refused to leave Maj Wahab alone...there he shouted at them that (its AN ORDER)....and they left for the base camp....One of these men told later when he was asked about maj Wahab that the last time he saw Maj Wahab,,he was bleeding badly and was sitting along a big rock with a broken leg,,,holding a sten gun in his hand pointing towards enemy and shouting at him to go back......Maj Wahab embraced shahadat waiting for the enemy in this manner..........His dead body is still somewhere on the top.........He was awarded Sitara e Jurat.





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