Pakistan Army pays tribute to Sawar Muhammad Hussain, Nishan-e-Haider


According to the report of Baaghi TV, today is the 49th day of martyrdom of Sawar Muhammad Hussain Shaheed, the hero of the Pakistan Army who showed unparalleled courage in the 1971 war.

The Pakistan Army has paid homage to Sawar Muhammad Hussain on his 49th day of martyrdom. On the social networking site Twitter, the DG ISPR said that Sawar Muhammad Hussain, had shown great bravery and courage in the Zafarwal Shakargarh sector, during the 1971 war. Mohammad Hussain alone destroyed 16 Indian tanks and defeated the enemy and severely damaged the enemy. Our martyrs are our heroes.

Sawar Muhammad Hussain Shaheed was born on June 18, 1949 in Dhok Pir Bakhsh, a village in Gujjar Khan Tehsil of Rawalpindi District (now known as Dhok Muhammad Hussain Janjua). He joined the Pakistan Army on September 3, 1966, at the tender age of seventeen, as a driver.

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In the 1971 war, the deployment of Sawar Shaheed took place in Shakargarh sector. His job was to receive and deliver orders over the wireless. Seeing fellow soldiers fighting on the front line, he developed a passion for fighting on the battlefield, which he expressed to his officer. On which he was assigned the duty of delivering ammunition to the soldiers.

Sawar Muhammad Hussain Shaheed fought bravely in the 1971 war. He fired on the enemy, destroying sixteen enemy tanks. On December 10, 1971, bullets from an Indian Army machine gun struck him in the chest and he was martyred. He was only 22 years old at the time of his martyrdom. In recognition of his services, he was also awarded the highest military honor, the Nishan Haider.

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