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This is how indians treated the dead of enemy ....


siachen operation rajiv 1987

by Fangs of Ice – Story of Siachen’ by Lt Col Ishfaq Ali


When the bodies of the Shuhada of Quaid OP were received at an Indian Outpost in the Holding Sector in the middle of July, it was a stirring spectacle. They had preserved the bodies with greatest care and respect knowing that the valiant ought to be honoured. Wrapped up in parachute cloth the bodies lay quite fresh in the beautifully prepared coffins on the top of which was written the holy Kalima. They handed over the body of each Shaheed after giving it a general salute and the solemn ceremony concluded. The bodies were heli-lifted and immediately taken to their places of burial.

There wasn’t a clean 2 inches of Atta’s body which was without any injury, his chest quite perforated with bullets. This is what lends some authenticity to the account of hat happened at the Top when Atta became its lone defender. Bana Singh pays a rich tribute to the defenders of Quaid OP. “They were obstinate fighters and they fought hard” he confessed.

When the body of Atta Muhammad reached Chak 125 of Sargodha for burial, a large assembly of people had already thronged there to take a last glimpse of the valiant custodian of their glory and honour. His commanders had recommended him for the highest gallantry award. Award of Sitara-e-Juraat was a mere token of recognition of his priceless service to his nation.

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siachen operation rajiv 1987

by Fangs of Ice – Story of Siachen’ by Lt Col Ishfaq Ali


When the bodies of the Shuhada of Quaid OP were received at an Indian Outpost in the Holding Sector in the middle of July, it was a stirring spectacle. They had preserved the bodies with greatest care and respect knowing that the valiant ought to be honoured. Wrapped up in parachute cloth the bodies lay quite fresh in the beautifully prepared coffins on the top of which was written the holy Kalima. They handed over the body of each Shaheed after giving it a general salute and the solemn ceremony concluded. The bodies were heli-lifted and immediately taken to their places of burial.

There wasn’t a clean 2 inches of Atta’s body which was without any injury, his chest quite perforated with bullets. This is what lends some authenticity to the account of hat happened at the Top when Atta became its lone defender. Bana Singh pays a rich tribute to the defenders of Quaid OP. “They were obstinate fighters and they fought hard” he confessed.

When the body of Atta Muhammad reached Chak 125 of Sargodha for burial, a large assembly of people had already thronged there to take a last glimpse of the valiant custodian of their glory and honour. His commanders had recommended him for the highest gallantry award. Award of Sitara-e-Juraat was a mere token of recognition of his priceless service to his nation.

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read what you said in earlier post, a fine example of hypocrisy
We saw only one side of the war and most stories we reported were stories told to us by Indian soldiers. A lot of what the jawans had to say mismatched with what the defence establishment thought. Accounts of how well-entrenched the intruders were, for instance; that was anathema to the government because it was handy proof it had let its guard down. Accounts, also, of how our soldiers treated intruders when they could lay their hands on them. New Delhi made quite a show of mutilation of some of its captured soldiers by Pakistanis but much the same was happening on this side. Troops of the Naga and Jat regiments told us quite plainly they had killed a few intruders they had captured alive in the heights above Drass. “It was rage, just rage,” one Naga soldier said, “They killed many of our mates, we were angry. When we got them, we butchered them.” As and when they brought bodies o f intruders back from the heights, the tied them with ropes and dragged them down. “We had enough load to carry as it was, who was going to bother carrying their bodies? Dragging them down was a favour.” There was no sense of guilt or remorse there, just plain retelling; it was as if a fire of emotion had cleansed the act of murder
We saw only one side of the war and most stories we reported were stories told to us by Indian soldiers. A lot of what the jawans had to say mismatched with what the defence establishment thought. Accounts of how well-entrenched the intruders were, for instance; that was anathema to the government because it was handy proof it had let its guard down. Accounts, also, of how our soldiers treated intruders when they could lay their hands on them. New Delhi made quite a show of mutilation of some of its captured soldiers by Pakistanis but much the same was happening on this side. Troops of the Naga and Jat regiments told us quite plainly they had killed a few intruders they had captured alive in the heights above Drass. “It was rage, just rage,” one Naga soldier said, “They killed many of our mates, we were angry. When we got them, we butchered them.” As and when they brought bodies o f intruders back from the heights, the tied them with ropes and dragged them down. “We had enough load to carry as it was, who was going to bother carrying their bodies? Dragging them down was a favour.” There was no sense of guilt or remorse there, just plain retelling; it was as if a fire of emotion had cleansed the act of murder
 

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read what you said in earlier post, a fine example of hypocrisy
What hypocrisy ...you reap what you sow ...the action of indian soldiers was just a reaction of Al badr/army.

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Nature stood vigil over his body. Immediately it showered flakes of snow that cloaked and shrouded his earthly remains and embalmed him in thick folds of ice. The ethereal spirits could visit him in his icy vault. When the snow began to melt the next rear, the Indians caught a glimpse of the crystal encasement of Capt Iqbal and his 13 companions. They tried to dig out their bodies but couldn’t. In a flag staff meeting they agreed to let Pakistani soldiers retrieve them. Nature delivered the bodies of these martyrs untainted and unsoiled to their kith and kin.
 

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Bharti army is a very brutal army. When the Bharti army attacked Hyderabad State in 1948, the Bharti soldiers brutally killed more 200,000 people and raped thousands of both Hindu and Muslim women. They did not avoid even raping the Hindu women.
 

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Debunking Pakistan’s claims about Kargil war, former ISI Lieutenant General Shahid Aziz has stated that there were no mujahideen in 1999’s war that he has described as a meaningless “misdeed” by Pakistan.
In a scathing hint at Pakistan’s ongoing misadventures along the LoC, the former ISI official wrote, “ Medals for some, few songs, a cross road renamed, and of course annual remembrance day and a memorial for those who sacrificed their tomorrow for our today; thus preparing more war fodder for our continuing misadventures”.
Headlined, `Putting our children in line of fire`, the Pakistani official, who retired in 2005 as former corps commander of Lahore, wrote "The whole truth about Kargil is yet to be known. We await the stories of forgotten starved soldiers hiding behind cold desolate rocks, with empty guns still held in their hands...Such precious blood spilled without cause!"

“Kargil, like every other meaningless war that we have fought, brings home lessons we continue to refuse to learn. Indeed, our children penning down our misdeeds with their blood!” In an honest critique on Kargil conflict in a Pak daily, Lt. General Aziz, who headed the Inter Services Intelligence (ISI)’s Analysis Wing during the war, said that Pakistan has been fighting “meaningless wars and refuses to learn the lessons”.

“There were no mujahideen, only taped wireless messages, which fooled no one. Our soldiers were made to occupy barren ridges, with hand held weapons and ammunition”, he wrote.

He added, "We continue to indulge in bloody enterprises, under the hoax of safeguarding national interest. How many more medals will we put on coffins?

"If there is purpose to war then yes, we shall all go to the battle front, but a war where truth has to be hidden, makes one wonder whose interest is it serving?"

“Our leaders seek personal glory and desire honour in the eyes of other nations... It certainly wasn’t a defensive manoeuvre. There were no indications of an Indian attack.”

“We didn`t pre-empt anything; nothing was on the cards. I was then heading the Analysis Wing of Inter Services Intelligence and it was my job to know," he wrote.

“General Musharraf had put a tight lid on Kargil. His cover-up was revealed many years later, on publication of his book,” wrote Lt. Gen Aziz.

“To say that occupying empty spaces along the Line of Control was not a violation of any agreement and came under the purview of the local commander is astounding. This area was with the Indians as a result of Simla Agreement, and there had been no major violation of the Line of Control since 1971”, he writes.

The Pakistani officer said assumptions were made that Indian Army would not be able to "dislodge us and the world would sit back idly".

"The entire planning and execution was done in a cavalier manner, in total disregard of military convention. In justification, to say that our assessment was not wrong, but there was, `unreasonably escalated Indian response` is a sorry excuse for not being able to assess Indian reaction," he said.

"The enemy still couldn`t manage to capture the peaks, and instead filled in the valleys. Cut off and forsaken, our posts started collapsing one after the other, though the general publicly denied it," he said.
 
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