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Lal Chand, A Hindu soldier died in defense of Pakistan

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Lal Chand Rabari aged 27 was a young Hindu soldier who breathed his last on May 17, while serving in Pakistan Army on Mangla front. He joined Pakistan Army in 2009 when he passed his Matriculation and went to Badin city from without informing his family and applied to be recruited in the Army.Lal Chand Rabari was a resident of Ismail Khan Nuatkani Village in the Badin district, He belongs to native Rabari Family.

“The country we are living in is like our house and whosoever would attack it would have to face serious retaliation till the last breath in my body”

Said once Lal Chand to his brother.According to his elder brother, he was earlier posted in Waziristan Tribal areas where Lal Chand described to crush the terrorists who damaged our country and killed thousands of our innocent People.

According to his elder brother, he was earlier posted in Waziristan Tribal areas where Lal Chand was described to crush the terrorists who damaged the country and killed thousands of our innocent People.

“We have been missing him, but at the same moment the thought of our brother no more with us making the entire Rabari community proud that he gave his life while being the solider,”

said Bhemon, the brother of Lal Chand. He added that his Patriotism was on a very different and highest level that he also used to encourage our two younger brothers to join Pakistan Army who are currently studying in 11th and 7 class. Remembering some of other memories like these his said that it was written in the fate that his brother would sacrifice his life for our motherland.

Lal Chand passed the intermediate examination and also got graduated while serving in Pak Army. He was on the rank of Lance Naik. Lal Chand’s lineage belongs to the ancient brave Rajput clan.

Describing the feelings of his mother, Bhemon also said that she, the mother, is all set to sacrifices all of her other sons in defending the country.

Express Tribune

 

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