General Bajwa lied to Pakistan before retirement, pain of ‘1971’ spilled in farewell speech – न्यूज़लीड India

General Bajwa lied to Pakistan before retirement, pain of ‘1971’ spilled in farewell speech


Pakistan was defeated by India in 1971

India had given a crushing defeat to Pakistan in the 1971 war. Pakistan still has the pain of that defeat. In the 1971 war, East Pakistan broke away to become Bangladesh and the then Pakistan Army Chief General AK Niazi surrendered to Lieutenant General Jagjit Singh Arora of the Indian Army along with 93,000 Pakistani soldiers. Seeing the picture of that surrender, Pakistan still groans with pain and India proudly raises its head. But General Bajwa has once again hit the headlines by telling a different story.

Bajwa lied

Bajwa lied

Bajwa said that in 1971, 34,000 Pakistani soldiers had surrendered. His claim is being questioned. People said what was the need for Bajwa to lie before retirement. Please tell that General Bajwa will retire on 29 November. However, now he is in headlines for his new statement.

Pakistan had faced a shameful defeat

Pakistan had faced a shameful defeat

Let us inform that, Lieutenant General Arora of the Indian Army was the Eastern Army Commander in the 1971 war and at that time Sam Manek Shaw was the Army Chief of the Indian Army. The world knows that Niazi surrendered with 93,000 soldiers before General Arora. Pakistani soldiers were made prisoners of war by the Indian Army. Pakistan still groans remembering that pain. Many retired officers of the Pakistan Army also believe that when the prisoners of war returned from India to their country, they were treated badly.

Prisoner of war spent two and a half years in captivity

Prisoner of war spent two and a half years in captivity

Pakistani POW soldiers had spent two and a half years in captivity in India. He was released in the year 1974. At the same time, General Bajwa believes that only 34 thousand soldiers took part in the war against India. He said that Pakistani soldiers had bravely defeated two and a half lakh strong soldiers of India, two lakh members of Mukti Bahini. Bajwa said that Indian Army Chief Moneck Shaw had also agreed that Pakistani soldiers had fought very bravely.

Pakistan does not remember the sacrifice of soldiers

Pakistan does not remember the sacrifice of soldiers

General Bajwa said that Pakistan still does not remember the sacrifices of the soldiers involved in the 1971 war. Retired Brigadier Mehboob Qadir of the Pakistan Army had told that India had definitely taken him captive but it is very difficult to forget the treatment meted out to him. According to Qadir, his own country had forgotten him and insulted him. But even after being an enemy, he got the same respect from India that a soldier should get. Let us tell you that, earlier this month, former Prime Minister Imran Khan alleged that Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, Home Minister Rana Sanaullah and Major General Faisal Naseer were part of the conspiracy to assassinate him.

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