Captian Raja Muhammad Sarwar Shaheed greatest sacrifice for Islamic Republic Of Pakistan
Former martyr Captain Mohammad Sarwar Shaheed born in 1910, at Mishra Sanghori, Tehsil Gujjar Khan, Rawalpindi. In 1944, Army’s Engineer’s Corps joined the army. In 1946, he was appointed as a commander of the commander of Punjab Regiment Battalion. While in 1947, he was ranked as Captain. In 1948, when he served as a commander of the Punjab Regiment in the Second Battalion, he was employed in the operation during Kashmir operation. The enemy country, India, on July 27, 1948, attacked the Pakhtunkhwa from Pak-e-Saddi-e-Pak land, taking advantage of the darkness of the night and attacked the Pakhtunkhwa from a landowner, founder Pakistan Qayyazim Muhammad Ali Jinnah issued the order to contest the army with the enemy. A large number of deaths were martyred and Captain servers continued to go ahead with soldiers shortly. Arrive at the border of Damascus, they found that the enemy has guarded their morale from the outer wires. Despite this, Captain servers continued firing. During this operation, several enemy shells were in their body but they were They demonstrated unprecedented courage and perseverance and took charge of a gun that was killed. While not caring for his wounds, he just attacked the outer wires along with 6 colleagues and attacked the enemy’s frontier. Meanwhile, the enemy opened fire on the guns of mortar guns and machine guns, which caused the Captain server to be severely wounded but Fortunately, forty-five soldiers of the enemy had invaded Hell. Captain Sarwar was shifted to the scene in a critical condition, where he heard the news of Fateh’s death. He said the history of Pakistan was based on the victim’s death. Can not let the soldiers ever forget.