The last minutes of the Army official Aurangzeb, who was killed by terrorists in Pulwama have surfaced, as they were captured in a video. In the video, the former jawan can be seen sitting under a tree and being questioned by the terrorists. The terrorists can be seen questioning him and asking him if he was with Major Shulka and if he was involved in the killing of Sameer Tiger. Aurangzeb was abducted in Pulwama and later killed by terrorists.The matter came to light when a bullet-ridden body of an Army jawan was recovered from Pulwama district hours after he was abducted by militants on his way home for Eid celebrations. His body was found by a team of police and Army at Gussu village, about 10 km away from Kalampora, in Pulwama district. He was shot in his head and neck, police said.
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Mansoor Ahmed Naikoo, 55 years old from Pattan Baramullah narrates his heart wrenching story!
One day in 1990, the army came and asked all the men of the village to gather at the school. One major of the army asked me my name and brought me to a room where four soldiers were waiting. They removed my clothes, they tied my arms with ropes. They then tied a cloth on my penis and set fire to it. They then inserted a wooden rod in my anus. For an hour they repeatedly asked me ‘where were the weapons?’ People outside the room started to protest at the school against my detention. That is when they took me to my own house to repeat the same treatment. They forced me to drink around 5 litres of dirty water while sodomising me with the rod. They questioned me again and I repeated that I was a shopkeeper and that I had never held a weapon in my life. They took me to the next house and used an electricity wire to shock me all over my body. When we left the first house I saw that a young-man that they were questioning had died there. After throwing me on the floor one soldier stepped on my neck with his shoe and asked me to show him where the weapons were or he will suffocate me.
I could not breath or talk anymore and signalled to him with my foot. He released my neck so I could speak and repeat that I had nothing to do with the militants. One soldier took his helmet and started beating me with it on the chest. Another soldier asked him to stop the interrogation because I was nearly dying. One officer came to the room, they told him that they didn't find anything so they took me back to the school. The beating and torture lasted around 9 hours. At the school they were at least ten boys in handcuffs. As I couldn't stand anymore, the soldiers left me lying there on the floor. A few young guys helped me back home. There was a curfew that night so I couldn't get any medical treatment. My rectum was bleeding all night. In the morning my relatives came to my house and took me to the hospital. The soldiers tried to stop us but my neighbours and relatives protested and I finally could make it to a hospital in Srinagar. They kept me 40 days under treatment. I underwent major surgeries because my colon was ripped. After one month of being released from hospital, the infection came back. They operated on me again to remove a part of my colon. For 22 years my stool came out of a hole in my stomach..
Well done Hisbul mujahideen ..nd lashkar toiba .........aacha kiya isss kameenay ko mar diya ....yeh sala hamaray mujahido ke encounter karwata tha ....Shukla coma mai pohancha sameer bhai ne nd yeh sala seday jeham mai ...
Salute and tribute to Shahid Army jawan Aurangzeb.
A name doesn't reflect patriotism. The film is for all such unknown Patriots.
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Let's raise New India.
wt Indian govmnt is doing in J&K why they r not taking any serious action since I have borned till now we have lost lots of brothers our Indian army plz a legal action must be taken so that they must think 100times b4 doing any harm to Indian amry and Indian people
Jo bhi hua bahot galat hua..Aurangzeb bhai ko insaaf milna chaiye..Bhadve log ko dhundh ke nikalo aur inke hi tarike se inko maro..Ummeed karta hu sarkar is par bada action le..JAI HIND INQUILAB ZINDABAD
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