Captain Raja Muhammad Sarwar Shaheed Mark Haider’s 109th birthday is being celebrated today

Captain Raja Muhammad Sarwar Shaheed Mark Haider’s 109th birthday is being celebrated today

Captain Raja Muhammad Sarwar Shaheed Mark Haider’s 109th birthday is being celebrated today|The patron of Gilgit-Baltistan and the freedom fighters of the Kashmir front celebrate the 109th birth anniversary of Captain Mujahid Captain Raja Mohammad Sarwar Shaheed Mark Haider. Captain Raja Muhammad Sarwar Shaheed was born on November 10, 1910, in Gujar Khan, Tehsil of Rawalpindi District. Your father Raja Hayat Khan was a soldier in the army. Captain Sarwar was fourth among the siblings. Metric Faisalabad. In April 1929, the soldier joined the British Army. In World War II, a British medalist finds a Burmese star on the Burmese front on Kamal Bahadur. In 1944, he received a commission from the Indian Military Academy as captain. After the establishment of Pakistan, a Medal of Service and a Medal of Kashmir operation was presented on the front of Kashmir. Captain Sarwar became part of the Punjab Regiment of the Pak Army in 1948. As a commanding officer, the 2nd Battalion displayed an unforgettable spirit of courage and courage on the front. Not only did the enemy do irreparable damage, but he also returned to Gilgit-Baltistan to Ladakh. Arriving, chasing the enemy. ? Heavy artillery shelling and firing with six men in machine guns made the cut-off wires a safe way to approach the army. When the gunner was martyred, Captain Sarwar himself took over the machine gun and threw 40 enemy soldiers into hell. On 27 July 1948 Captain Raja Muhammad Sarwar was martyred in Orissa. Pakistan’s top military honor, Mark Haider, became the first officer to receive it. Your last resting place is in occupied Kashmir.