A soldier willing to accept martyrdom to protect his polio

A soldier willing to accept martyrdom to protect his polio team


A soldier who is defending a polio team welcomes the idea of being a martyr.
Terrorists opened fire on a polio team that was operating in the region of Spinwam, which is located in North Waziristan.According to a statement released by the military’s media wing on Wednesday, a soldier who was 25 years old chose to embrace death while thwarting terrorists’ attack on a polio squad working in the North Waziristan District of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa for the ongoing campaign.


The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) has reported that militants opened fire on members of a polio team who were working in the general region of Spinwam in North Waziristan.However, the security personnel that were deployed with the squad “effectively engaged terrorists’ location ensuring the safety of all members of the team and extricated them unharmed”

District Mardan

The deceased soldier has been named as Sepoy Saqib Ur Rehman, who was 25 years old and from the District M ardan.In addition, the military’s media wing stated that a sanitization of the area is currently being carried out in order to destroy any terrorists that may be found in the area.”Such sacrifices of our brave soldiers further strengthen our resolve,” the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in a statement. “Security forces of Pakistan are determined to eliminate the menace of terrorism.”In addition, while speaking at an award ceremony for martyrs and officials at the General Headquarters (GHQ) Rawalpindi on May 22, Chief of Army Staff (COAS)

General Asim Munir

General Asim Munir stressed the importance of “every soldier and officer of the armed forces putting his duty and responsibilities first regardless of regional, linguistic, and political prejudices and distinctions.”He went on to say that the stability and cohesion of a nation may be directly attributed to the strength of its armed forces.According to a statement released by the military’s public affairs section, a total of 51 officials have been honoured with the Sitara-e-Imtiaz (military), 22 officials have been honoured with the Tamgha-i-Basalat, and two officials have been honoured with special medals from the United Nations.


They were recognised for their “acts of gallantry during operations and meritorious services rendered to the nation” and were given awards as a result.According to General Munir, “without a doubt, it is due to the martyrs’ sense of duty and the great sacrifices that they made that we are living in a free atmosphere.” He referred to the sacrifices made by the martyrs and the services provided by the officials as a “valuable asset” and a “source of pride” for the nation.


A soldier willing to accept martyrdom to protect his polio
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