54th martyrdom of Raja Aziz Bhatti is being observed today
ISLAMABAD: The 54th martyrdom of the martyr hero Raja Aziz Bhatti is being observed today.
Major Aziz Bhatti Shaheed was born in Hong Kong on August 6,1958, and his family settled in Ladakh, a suburb of Gujarat, just before the establishment of Pakistan. This great sputum of the nation enrolled the Pakistan Military Academy on January 21, 1941.
In the passing out parade of the first Regular Course in 1955, he was honored by Shaheed Millat Liaquat Ali Khan in addition to the honor of the best cadet, as well as the honors of Shamsher Aizazi and Norman Gold Medal. Major Aziz Bhatti Shaheed became Major in 1930.
On September 6 1930, the cowardly enemy India blew on the ground, while Company Commander Major Raja Aziz Bhatti Shaheed along with seventeen officers of the 17th Punjab Regiment, on the front of Burki, prevented the enemy from advancing.
Five days and five nights, this brave soldier who failed every turn of the enemy on the BRB canal was burned to death by the shelling of an enemy tank on September 12.