Javed Bajwa exposed Pakistan, pain spilled over 1971 war defeat
Suspense on who will be the new army chief in Pakistan is now cleared. General Asim Munir will be the new Army Chief of Pakistan in place of General Qamar Javed Bajwa. By the way in Pakistan army chief Bajwa is about to retire from his post. But during this, his pain has come to the fore in a farewell speech.
pakistan army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa He has got his own army disgraced. He has accepted the interference of the army in the politics of Pakistan. Let us tell you that there are only a few days left for the retirement of Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa and while leaving, he has exposed the Pakistani army in his last speech.
War of 1971, Pak army was not 92k but only 34k
Along with this, he has also told a big lie regarding the 1971 war. He said that in the war of 1971, the army of Pakistan was not 92 thousand but only 34 thousand. The pain of India’s humiliating defeat was clearly visible in this speech of General Bajwa. General Bajwa has termed the surrender of the Pakistan Army in front of the Indian Army as a political failure.
Bajwa has also said that the breakup of Pakistan and creation of Bangladesh was not a military failure but a political failure. In his farewell speech, Bajwa said that the 1971 defeat was a political failure. The number of fighting soldiers was not 92 thousand but only 34 thousand. The rest were from different government departments.
Bajwa said that these 34 thousand people were competing with 2.5 lakh Indian Army and 2 lakh trained Muktivahini. Bajwa said that our army fought very bravely. These bravehearts have not received the honor of martyrdom till date. Bajwa said that today I present Khiraj-e-Tehseen to all the martyrs. Bajwa said he wanted to ‘correct’ some facts about the events of 1971.