Viral song sung by mutilated Jawan's battalion make us crave for a revenge

JAMMU: Our valiant soldiers offered their precious lives and never complain, neither they cry for justice, fringe benefits nor they blame anyone.The status quo requires free hand while dealing with enemies. The whole country is deeply saddened by the recent mutilation of our soldiers and crave for a ferocious reply by the security forces.

Junior Commissioned Officer (JCO), Naib Subedar Paramjit Singh, whose body was mutilated on Monday by the Pakistan Army along the LoC in Jammu and Kashmir, belongs to the same battalion of the Sikh regiment whose jawans had released a song on social media in November last year from their field location, challenging Pakistan.

The video which was recorded on a mobile phone, showed five jawans of the Sikh regiment at their post along the Line of Control dressed in combats in which one of them was singing the song in Punjabi. The name of the battalion (22 Sikh regiment) was also mentioned in one of the stanzas of the song.The video went viral on social media platforms in November 2016.

They sung “duan-duan” song in which they requested the government to provide them the required authority to take revenge against Pakistani soldiers. 

As per Former General Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Northern Command, Lt Gen B S Jaswal, the aim of the Pakistan Army was to provoke the Indian Army to retaliate during the visit of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan so that the Kashmir issue could get international traction.

Lt Gen Kadyan said ,“It is only when a hefty price is extracted from them (Pakistan Army) that they will understand the repercussions. The Indian Army has the means and methods and can inflict a heavy price on the Pakistan Army.” 

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