biography of major raja Aziz Bhatti

Major Raja Aziz Bhatti was born in a British home com in in 6 August of 1928 after that living in the home many years after the separation of Pakistan and India Major Raja Abdul Aziz Bhatti come to Pakistan Raja Abdul Aziz Bhatti was belong to a Rajput family his family is originally held from a small village that was located about 110 miles away from Gujarat district of Punjab in India when is to uncle found a job in Hong Kong as a Police Officer the father of major Raja Abdul Aziz Bhatti Abdullah Bhatti was go to home com and their major Raja Abdul Aziz Bhatti start his studies in Queen college in Hong Kong and his father also joined police of homeland  as Spectre major Raja Abdul Aziz Bhatti was educated in the homeland  where he completed his Matric and attend the Queens college but his education was held due to the Japanese information and occupation of Hong Kong in 1941 Japanese Navy in 1944


first serving at the rank of the submarine and as our watchmen before being district to attend the office School offered by the improved Japanese Navy due to the educational qualifications however in December of 1945 the major Raja Abdul Aziz  family decide to go to India and Aziz Bhatti also want to go India and he goes to India and joint Royal India Air Force as airmen in June of 1946 after the establishment of Pakistan in 1947 Raja Abdul Aziz Bhatti join the Pakistan air force and become the Pakistan Air Force corporal And continues his service in the Pakistan Air Force until 1948  major Raja Aziz Bhatti was want to join the Pakistan  Academy e which is Pakistan rasalpur Academy the best Aviation Academy in Pakistan on 21st January 1948 major Raja Abdul Aziz Bhatti submit an application to the ministry of defense for action to transfer To Pakistan army from Pakistan Air ForceWhich was approved and

major Raja Abdul Aziz Ghati was directed to attempt the Pakistan Military Academy in Kakul in 1948 he go to Pakistan Military Academy in school he performed well himself in study at lakes and among the classes and passed out from the Pakistan Military Academy at the top of the classes in the classes and first pm belong course was conferred in the sword of honour and normal gold medal was ceremony by the Chief Guest Prime Minister Liyakat Ali Khan in 1950 Commission second Lieutenant in fourth Battle of 6 Punjab pregnant give two major Raja Abdul Aziz Bhatti he was promoted to Lieutenant in 1951 till 1953 later promoted as a captain from 1953 speed until 1956 In 1956 captain Raja Abdul Aziz Bhatti was sent to Canada to attend the Civil course at Canadian Army command and Staff College where he remained in Canada until graduation from Logistic studies courses in 1960 and compact Pakistan as a captain major Raja Abdul Aziz was Post with the 17 Punjab Regiment at the general staff officer which cold g s until  1962 after promoting to the major in the army in the year of 1962 then the major taaja Abdul Aziz become the major and major Raja Abdul Aziz was taking in Quetta which remained until 1964 

War of 1965 India

major raja aziz bhatti

In 1965 from January e major Aaja Abdul Aziz for Sab as General staff officer of Punjab Regiment but was later post as commander of to military companies after the Indian Army launching the invention V crossing the International border in September of 1965 major Raja Abdul Aziz Bhati lead the military companies and major Raja Abdul Aziz Bhatti was initially report on forward position of the companies and near the book ki area That Flow in the city of Lahore district in Punjab side of Pakistan Regiment and engagement with the Indian Army took place between 7 and 10 September when the Indian Army become the push the capture in the book receptor through the military and that is the time that major Raja Abdul Aziz Bhatti fight very brave and sad we want to tell our Enemies that we are the son of tigers during the war major Raja Abdul Aziz was injured senior of major Raja Abdul Aziz Bhatti to him to take some rest the major Raja Abdul Aziz Bhatti say that I will fight at the last drop of my blood in my body these golden words make his companies more brave and causes and they fight with enemy without rest six day and six night and  martyred 

The great war Hero

major raja aziz bhatti

 the great War heroes major Raja Abdul Aziz Bhatti major Raja Abdul Aziz Bhatti was the one of the Pakistan Heroes of the 1965 war against the enemy of India he was a true critic and brave son of the country he fired for 6 days and 6 Nights without dress and at the last lead his life in the defense of his country for this act of bravery he was awarded Nishan e Haider the highest military award of Pakistan his fulfill the life is an example of other to follow he is always inspiring the Youth of Pakistan

major Aziz Bhatti death

Major Raja Abdul Aziz Bhati that Raja Abdul Aziz both the great war hero of the 1965 war with India in this major Raja Abdul Aziz party was  martyred Abdul Aziz and with his two companies he was on the Lahore border and fight with enemies without rest six-day and six-night and on the morning of 16 September 1965 the major Raja Abdul Aziz Bhati was martyred and before he martyred is the golden words that is when he was injured his commanding of the cell ask him to take some rest but major Raja Abdul Aziz Bhatti said that I will fight at the last drop of my blood in my body by saying this golden word and start his fight again and after Long fight of 6 day and 6 night without rest the great war Hero major Raja Abdul Aziz Bhatti was martyred 

Nishan e Haider

major raja aziz bhatti

Nishan-e-Haider (lit. ‘Mark of the Lion’) (Urdu: نشان حیدر‎ abbreviated as NH), is that the very best military gallantry award of Pakistan. Nishan-e-Haider literally means “Emblem of the Lion” within the Urdu language. The word “Haider” is additionally the epithet of Hazrat Ali, who is mentioned because the ‘Lion of God’, a valiant warrior and leader

The Nishan-e-Haider can only be awarded to members of the Pakistan soldiers for the absolute best acts of extraordinary bravery within the face of the enemy in air, land, or sea. Its exclusivity is often gauged by the actual fact that, since Pakistan’s independence in 1947, it has been awarded only 11 times (now eleven, because of Hilal-e-Kashmir declared as Nishan-e-Haider)

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