The Story about Indo-Pak War of 1971, the military operation in Chittagong Hill Tracts, and the Courage displayed by an Army Medical Corps Medical Officer.
Pakistan’s Lt. Gen A . A . K . Niazi signs the instrument of surrender on December 16, 1971 surrendering his forces to Lt. Gen Jagjit Singh Aurora Commanding the ‘ Mitro Bahini. OPERATION EAGLE 1971 – LIBERATION WAR OF BANGLADESH : Prime Minister Indira Gandhi delivered the first blow to initiate the Liberation […]
The Indo-Pak War of 1971 is memorable because of Fallen Heroes on both sides. Wars cannot be won without human sacrifice. The Attacking Party and the Defending Party have to display Valor in the true Traditions of rendering Military Service.
During the Indo-Pak War of 1971, the Medical Officer belonging to the Indian Army Medical Corps had displayed Courage while operating inside the enemy territory and in the face of enemy action. Being a Combatant, the Gallantry displayed by the AMC Officer deserves proper recognition.
OPERATION EAGLE 1971 INCLINED TOWARDS PEACE
During Indo-Pak War of 1971, Colonel B K Narayan and the Unit he Commanded had liberated Kaptai in Rangamati District of Chittagong Hill Tracts. He conducted the Friday prayer service for Muslim worshipers at Kaptai. The Military Mission had aimed at bringing Peace and Joy to the Bangla Muslim Community. The role of this Gunner officer as an Infantry Commander is historical.