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Sepohy Maqbool Hussain – Long live Pakistan

Sepohy Maqbool Hussain – Long live Pakistan

This is September 2005. A group of Pakistani civilian prisoners was handed over to the Pakistani authorities by the Indian government through the Wagah border, the same style we often see in the media. Fishermen .. Crossing the border by mistake .. Some smugglers .. Scenes captured on camera by both and messages of peace to show the world. He is accompanied by a prisoner with empty hands, tangled hair, frail body and strangely disguised face .. a face devoid of emotion .. could not say anything when asked .. gestures to the tongues .. Kitty The tongues are visible to all the officers. Seeing the feelings of the officers looking at the tongues, a smile also appears on the face of this prisoner. There is a strange gleam in the eyes.

Necessary action is taken. All the prisoners have been released. They go to their destination. The prisoner is being interrogated. He could not say anything. Authorities were unable to rule on the man. In view of this situation, he was sent to Balqis Edhi Center .. Advertisements were given in newspapers .. Maqbool Hussain had a sister Hayat whose son was retired from the Army. He got the news that you can find your uncles among the prisoners coming from India .. Basharat Hussain had heard about Maqbool Hussain from his mother all his life .. 

He was his true hero. He never believed that Maqbool Hussain is not in this world. Basharat Edhi reached the center and saw Maqbool Hussain. He showed his picture to his mother and she was identified by various signs and symbols. Sepahi Maqbool’s Aziz Muhammad Sharif took him from Balqis Edhi Home on September 27, 2005, to his native village Nariyan, Trar Khal, Sindhnooti District, Azad Kashmir. . 

And then a revelation was nothing short of a miracle for all of Pakistan. This semi-crazy looking man was soldier Maqbool Hussain. Operation Kaspahi in Kashmir, which is in captivity of the enemy, had returned to its mother earth after forty years. In view of this claim, Maqbool Hussain was brought to Kashmir Regimental Center. Presented to the Commandant. He saluted the commander like a young soldier. And wrote this number on a piece of paper. Presented to the Commandant. He saluted the commander like a young soldier. And wrote this number on a piece of paper. Presented to the Commandant. He saluted the commander like a young soldier. And wrote this number on a piece of paper.

The commandant was just as curious about the man with the tongue as other people were. When an old file was opened with the help of the prisoner’s written number on the commandant’s order, it was really soldier Maqbool Hussain. He was popularly martyred after a certain period of time due to not meeting during the war. He was returning with his comrades after destroying an arms depot in the enemy’s territory when he came face to face with the enemy. Soldier Maqbool Hussain carrying a wireless set on his back. In addition to his duty of communicating with his officers, he was also fighting the enemy with a machine gun in his hand and at the same time he was injured in the encounter. The soldiers began to pick him up and bring him back, but Maqbool Hussain fell into a ditch thinking of the safety and difficulty of his comrades. The comrades kept looking for him while he was planning to stop the oncoming enemy. When his comrades could not find him, they moved forward. And then Maqbool Hussain kept confusing the enemy with his machine gun. At the same time, he received more bullets. And he became a prisoner of war at the hands of the enemy. As soon as the war ended, the two countries exchanged lists of prisoners, during which India did not mention soldier Maqbool Hussain anywhere. Therefore, the Pak army also considered soldier Maqbool Hussain a martyr. His name was also engraved on the memorial of martyrs. Indian forces broke the mountain of oppression on Maqbool Hussain. He was locked in a four-foot cell and tortured. Nails were removed from his feet and teeth from his mouth. There would have been only one slogan on his tongues .. Long live Pakistan .. They would have forced him to curse Pakistan .. 

But on his tongues there would have been only the slogan of his beloved homeland .. And he became a prisoner of war at the hands of the enemy. As soon as the war ended, the two countries exchanged lists of prisoners, during which India did not mention soldier Maqbool Hussain anywhere. Therefore, the Pak army also considered soldier Maqbool Hussain a martyr. His name was also engraved on the memorial of martyrs. Indian forces broke the mountain of oppression on Maqbool Hussain. He was locked in a four-foot cell and tortured. Nails were removed from his feet and teeth from his mouth. There would have been only one slogan on his tongues .. Long live Pakistan .. They would have forced him to curse Pakistan .. But on his tongues there would have been only the slogan of his beloved homeland .. And he became a prisoner of war at the hands of the enemy. As soon as the war ended, the two countries exchanged lists of prisoners, during which India did not mention soldier Maqbool Hussain anywhere. 

Therefore, the Pak army also considered soldier Maqbool Hussain a martyr. His name was also engraved on the memorial of martyrs. Indian forces broke the mountain of oppression on Maqbool Hussain. He was locked in a four-foot cell and tortured. Nails were removed from his feet and teeth from his mouth. There would have been only one slogan on his tongues .. Long live Pakistan .. They would have forced him to curse Pakistan .. But on his tongues there would have been only the slogan of his beloved homeland .. 

His name was also engraved on the memorial of martyrs. Indian forces broke the mountain of oppression on Maqbool Hussain. He was locked in a four-foot cell and tortured. Nails were removed from his feet and teeth from his mouth. There would have been only one slogan on his tongues .. Long live Pakistan .. They would have forced him to curse Pakistan .. But on his tongues there would have been only the slogan of his beloved homeland .. His name was also engraved on the memorial of martyrs. Indian forces broke the mountain of oppression on Maqbool Hussain. He was locked in a four-foot cell and tortured. Nails were removed from his feet and teeth from his mouth. There would have been only one slogan on his tongues .. Long live Pakistan .. They would have forced him to curse Pakistan .. But on his tongues there would have been only the slogan of his beloved homeland ..

Indian soldiers would break into it and torture it. It was a test case of tolerance and patriotism for them. They were not even giving him the status of a prisoner of war because Maqbool Hussain was a stubborn person for them. It was a challenge while in Maqbool’s blood there was only love for this country.

Cop Maqbool Hussain remained steadfast. In front of his courage, the Indian army was not able to do anything .. He would just raise a slogan and the prison wall would resound .. Long live Pakistan. ۔ He finally decided to take revenge on her. He cut the tongue of soldier Maqbool Hussain. Now he could not raise the slogan of long live Pakistan .. yes but he could write .. he kept writing on the four feet wide wall of the jail .. long live pakistan .. and  .. the army number that he will never forget He wanted to forget his fianc نص Naseeran who was waiting for Maqbool Hussain. His sister Sarwar Jan who was his darling. He also did not want to forget the mother who after receiving the letter of testimony of Maqbool said that my Maqbool is alive .. He will definitely come back one day. And then she waited all her life in the inner part of the village … 

She used to say that I should be buried at the beginning of the village. I will welcome my Maqbool … Soldier Maqbool Hussain spent the best 40 years of his life from 1965 to 2005 in this dark cell. He could not have uttered the slogan of Pakistan Zindaabad with his tongue but with the help of blood flowing from his body he would have written Pakistan Zinda Bad. Thus soldier Maqbool Hussain attacked this country for forty years of his life .. neither bowed .. nor scared .. yes there must be a cry .. he was a soldier but there was a piece of meat poppy. His heart will also cry in love for his homeland and mother .. His cheeks will also be wet .. No greed for any honor or concern for any status .. From the most junior officer of this army and the highest officer of this army Even more reliable and valuable. Love and embrace the dust and pull it back .. like a living corpse … Soldier Maqbool Hussain spent the best 40 years of his life in this dark cell from 1965 to 2005. He could not have uttered the slogan of Pakistan Zindaabad with his tongue but with the help of blood flowing from his body he would have written Pakistan Zinda Bad. 

Thus soldier Maqbool Hussain attacked this country for forty years of his life .. neither bowed .. nor scared .. yes there must be a cry .. he was a soldier but there was a piece of meat poppy. His heart will also cry in love for his homeland and mother .. His cheeks will also be wet .. No greed for any honor or concern for any status .. From the most junior officer of this army and the highest officer of this army Even more reliable and valuable. Love and embrace the dust and pull it back .. like a living corpse … Soldier Maqbool Hussain spent the best 40 years of his life in this dark cell from 1965 to 2005. He could not have uttered the slogan of Pakistan Zindabad with his tongue but with the help of blood flowing from his body he would have written Pakistan Zinda Bad. Thus soldier Maqbool Hussain attacked this country for forty years of his life .. Do not bow down .. 

Do not be scared .. Yes, there must be a vision .. He was a soldier but there was a piece of meat poppy. His heart will also cry in love for his homeland and mother .. His cheeks will also be wet .. No greed for any honor or concern for any status .. From the most junior officer of this army and the highest officer of this army Even more reliable and valuable. Love and embrace the dust and pull it back .. like a living corpse … There was a soldier but there was a piece of flesh poppy. His heart will also cry in love for his homeland and mother .. His cheeks will also be wet .. No greed for any honor or concern for any status .. From the most junior officer of this army and the highest officer of this army Even more reliable and valuable. Love and embrace the dust and pull it back .. like a living corpse … 

There was a soldier but there was a piece of meat poppy. His heart will also cry in love for his homeland and mother .. His cheeks will also be wet .. No greed for any honor or concern for any status .. From the most junior officer of this army and the highest officer of this army Even more reliable and valuable. Love and embrace the dust and pull it back .. like a living corpse …

Today is the 28th of August 2018. The atmosphere of Pakistan will surely cry .. Maqbool Hussain wants to be buried in this dust with his eyes closed forever. Now he is apparently not in us but in all of us .. will always be. He was the true son of this soil. He endured forty years of the life of cruelty of the enemy for his relatives who abused the uniform. 

He did not spend his life for any salary and position but for the dignity and sanctity of this earth mother .. as long as this is the world .. the forces of the world are the soldiers are the true protectors of their land only thanks to their sons This defender of the homeland was awarded the Star of Courage. He was accorded the highest honors at the Azad Kashmir Regimental Center. Every effort was made at every level for his treatment and comfort. Every facility was provided to him. He was the pride and true hero of all of us. That is why when the message of his death was received today, the name of Azad Kashmir Regiment was at the top of his list.

August 28, 2018, at 7:15 pm .. Maqbool Hussain Dar Fani departed … Greetings to this brave son of Pakistan

(Zahid Yaqub Amir)

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