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(surah Al-Imran,ayat-104)
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Full Name: Iqbal Hadi Zaidi
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RAWALPINDI: The Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) has released names of the soldiers who were trapped under snow after an avalanche hit their camp in a mountanous terrain near Siachin on Saturday morning(April 7).

 

Given below is the list of soldiers including Officers, Junior Commission Officiers, Haviladrs, Lance Naiks, Sepoys, Clerks, Cooks, Sweepers and Civilians who are still trapped under snow:

 

Officers

 

1. PA-32596 Lt Col Tanvir Ul Hassan

2. PA-39548 Maj Zaka Ul Haq

3. PA-105358 Capt Haleem Ullah( AMC)

 

Junior Commission Officers

 

4. N/Sub Khurshid

5. N/Sub Didar

6. N/Sub Malik

7. N/Sub Iftikhar

 

Havildar

 

8. Hav Rehber

9. Hav Haji Shafayat

10. Hav Zakir

11. Hav Gulfraz

12. Hav Shah Nawaz

13. Hav Musadiq

14. Hav Rustam

15. Hav Shad

16. Hav Ghulam Muhammad

17. Hav Sher Nayab

18. Hav Ishaq

19. Hav Tanvir

Lance Havildar / NaiK

20. L/Hav Mustafa

21. L/Hav Ghulam Qadir

22. Nk Ashraf

23. Nk Sartaj

24. Nk Mudasar

25. Nk Jabbar

 

Lance Naik / Sepoy

 

26. Lnk Irshad

27. Lnk Sami Ullah

28. Lnk Sharafat

29. Lnk Mustafa

30. Lnk Himayat

31. Lnk Altaf

32. Lnk Mir Hussain

33. Lnk Irfan

34. Sep Ali Zar

35. Sep Saleem

36. Sep Malik Riaz

37. Sep Jamil

38. Sep Akhtar

39. Sep Nadir Wali

40. Sep Israr

41. Sep Sajid

42. Sep Naseer

43. Sep Dildar

44. Sep Zaman

45. Sep Irfan Khalil

46. Sep Waseem

47. Sep Ehsan

48. Sep Ashraf

49. Sep Riaz

50. Sep Shoaib

51. Sep Iqbal

52. Sep Mumtaz

53. Sep Haider

54. Sep Mehtab

55. Zulqarnain

56. Sep Ghulab Shah

57. Sep Rehmat Wali

58. Sep Nadeem

59. Sep Nafs Ali

60. Sep Nadeem Hashmi

61. Sep Qurban

62. Sep Muhammad Khan

63. Sep Akbar

64. Sep Ali Muhammad

65. Sep Muhammad Ali

66. Sep Amin

67. Sep Fiaz

68. Sep Shakeel

69. Sep Siraj

70. Sep Fazal Abbas

71. Sep Javed

72. Sep Javed

73. Sep Sakhi Zaman

74. Sep Sajjad Kazmi

75. Sep Fida Hussain

76. Sep Naeem

77. Sep Shamim

78. Sep Zakir

79. Sep Nisar Hussain

80. Sep Aurangzeb

81. Sep Arshad

82. Sep Sultan

83. Sep Muhammad Hussain

84. Sep Nasir

85. Sep Ilyas

86. Sep Mukhtiar

87. Sep Fida Hussain

88. Sep Zaheer

89. Sep Naseer

90. Sep Aftab

91. Sep Adil

92. Sep Muzamil

93. Sep Sarfraz

94. Sep Shameer

95. Sep Soba Khan

96. Sep Abid

97. Sep Ishaq

98. Sep Aksar Zaman

99. Sep Najeeb Ullah

100. Sep Siraj Ud Din

101. Sep Jaffar

102. Sep Ansar

103. Sep Ishaq

104. Sep Ghulam Rasool

105. Sep Muhammad Hussain

106. Sep Jumma khan

107. Sep Muhammad Ali

108. Sep Zakir Kawardo

109. Sep Ghulam Mehdi

110. Sep Ghazi Shah

111. Sep Sana Ullah

112. Sep Imtiaz

113. Sep Hameed Ullah

114. Sep Sadiq Gultri

115. Sep Gul Daz ( FS Sec)

 

Clerks

 

116. Nk / Clk Ghulam Nabi

117. Nk/ Clk Ghulam Ali

 

Cooks

 

118. Sep/Ck Muhammad Ali

119. Sep/Ck Karim

120. Sep/Ck Ghulam Mehdi

 

Sweepers

 

121. Moon Gul

122. Asif

123. Naveed

124. Ali

 

Civilian (paid out of defence establishment)

 

125. Jalil (Waiter)

126. Hameed ( Waiter)

127. Nasrullah (Barber)

128. Muhammad Ameer (Barber)

129. Waheed ( Canteen)

130. Azeem (Canteen)

131. Sarfraz (Dhobi)

132. Wali (Dhobi)

133. Noor Shah ali (Dhobi)

134. Sabir (Tailor)

135. Ghulam Rasool (NCB)

 

 

Avalanche tragedy as I see it

This is very much horrifying from any angle either from human or national to know that whole lot of 135 men has been killed in just one shot without any recourse to escape by nature when Pakistan army camp has been hit hard in Siachin on Saturday 7th April, 2012. To the best of my knowledge and belief this is the worst possible tragedy we have experienced in this mountainous area though there had been some mishaps before also but not of this magnitude. The location is so much strategically important that it simply  cannot be left unattended in any case otherwise our eternal enemy India can take control of it and merge          &nb;         &n Musharraf was the army chief.  It will be very much appropriate to say that it needs too much of extra courage to be in such an area which is none but Death Valley. Honestly speaking I was awed to see the photo of our jawans walking on the frozen sea of snow and I am sure many of the readers will not dare to go there to stay for just few hours even against payment of huge money. One can very well imagine as to what could be the life over there which our fearless army men are to face when posted over there.

 

We as human do very well know that anyone who is born will die and this is being carried out without any exception since first human was born and will continue alike in future as well so from that angle the death of our 135 men can be taken as a normal activity but the most annoying part is that their dead bodies could not be retrieved from thick layers of snow despite the fact that whole day many rescue teams operated on the site but no luck. I must record my utmost appreciation for those of our daring devils who risked their own lives and went out all the way to the snow valley for carrying out rescue and research operations which is very much daunting and dangerous activity in any case. The operation had to be halted as night darkened the area and weather also became very much harsh and hostile but nevertheless it will be resumed in full force with utmost zeal and zest. Anyone who dies cannot be revived and therefore his or her family will suffer for the loss till the dooms day but nevertheless once the dead body is received the relatives and near dear ones are a bit consoled and feel somewhat cooled down by burying the dead but, God forbid, if the dead body is not received as in this case then it is nothing short of adding salt to wounds and their sorrow and grief increases manifold.

 

I very regretfully remark that ISPR could not release full identification of those who have died. I to corroborate my statement will quote that in bulk majority of cases just one name is given like Sepoy Karim or even two names like JCO Ghulam Qadir for that matter are not enough for proper identification and I very much doubt that all the concerned people like relatives, friends and even colleagues can correctly personify who could be Karim or Ghulam Qadir since these names are quite common and many can be found in army alone. Our army has very huge population so certainly there will be many Karim and Ghulam Qadirs so which Karim and Ghulam Qadir died has a big question mark? Such like insufficient has created more confusion, chaos and agony because all of those whose relative could be Karim and working for Pakistan Army must be wondering if their Karim has died or not. In most cases relatives other than parents and immediate family do not even know where their near and dear are posted so by just reading one or two names whole lot must have come under grave shock for no reason and rhyme. I can bet on my life that many people must have contacted other Karim and Ghulam Qadir and asking for their welfare if not condoling and this really very much mocking on the part of our army which is known for efficiency coupled with diligence. Army must have released their full names along with their father names at least if not with their photo and permanent address etc.

 

It is not only one of the greatest shock of my life but even a few tears rolled down my eyes to be to be honest to know that till this time meaning by 0737 hrs in Kuwait and 0937 hrs in Pakistan when I am writing these lines my beloved government has not issued even condolence message what to talk of declaring national mourning without holiday. Needless to mention it is none but armed forces which defend the territorial existence of each country which is very true of Pakistan as well but perhaps it is not felt so at some higher quarters if I am not mistaken. We should not forget that all those 135 who have died under snow were not on a picnic trip rather on the contra they were valiantly defending the territorial borders of my beloved country Pakistan hence the simplest courtesy demands that they ought to be honored and not disgraced like this lest those who man our power corridor and ignore these Shaheeds of Siachen want to meet the same fate since they will also die one day come what may.

 

Wake up from somber sleep and prove to the world that we Pakistanis do take due care and not ignore those who care for us. I salute all those who sacrificed their today for our tomorrow. Nation as a whole except a few is truly proud of you all. Pakistan Army zindabad, Pakistan paindabad, aameen.

Iqbal Hadi Zaidi / Kuwait

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