Indian Army Restores Damaged Grave Of Pakistani Soldier
The Pakistani soldier was a recipient of Sitara-e-Jurat, the third-highest military award of Pakistan
The Indian Army demonstrated its ethical and moral values when it restored the grave of a decorated Pakistan soldier who was martyred in action along LC in Naugam Sector on 05 May 1972, reports The Press Trust Of India (PTI)
Srinagar-based Chinar Corps tweeted a photo of the grave which reads ”In memory of Major Mohd Shabir Khan, Sitar-e-Jurrat Shaheed 05 May 1972, 1630, martyred in a counter-attack by 9 Sikh”.
Chinar Corps righteously upheld the belief that a fallen soldier, irrespective to the country he belongs to, deserves respect & honour in death. The Pakistani soldier was a recipient of Sitara-e-Jurat, the third-highest military award of Pakistan.
“In keeping with the traditions & ethos of the Indian Army, Chinar Corps resuscitated a damaged grave of Major Mohd Shabir Khan, Sitara-e-Jurrat, Pakistan Army, who was martyred in Action (KIA) at a forward location along LC in Naugam Sector on 05 May 1972,”