Sam Manekshaw: When Bharat Mata’s son became a believer, VK Singh told that story on the 107th birth anniversary of Sam Manekshaw, a Pakistani hostage.

Sam Manekshaw: When Bharat Mata’s son became a believer, VK Singh told that story on the 107th birth anniversary of Sam Manekshaw, a Pakistani hostage.
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On this occasion, General VK Singh shared an unforgettable anecdote that every Indian’s chest would be widened with pride knowingly.

Happy 107th Birth Anniversary Sam Maneksha: Today is the 107th birth anniversary of Sam Maneksha, the heroic son of Bharat Moni. A film is being made about Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw, who played an important role in the formation of Bangladesh by dusting off Pakistan. Today, film director Meghna Gulzar announced on Saturday that her upcoming biopic based on Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw will be titled “Sambahadur”. Read more – Pakistan will not import cotton and sugar from India, has linked the issue to Kashmir

On this occasion, General VK Singh shared an unforgettable anecdote that every Indian’s chest would be widened with pride knowingly. In fact, the Indian Army has always been the most disciplined and professional army in the world and Sam Manekshaw is the biggest brand ambassador of this form of the Indian Army. Read more – Tiktok Latest News: This country’s court lifted the ban on Tiktok but imposed this condition …

Recalling the war in 1971, General VK Singh wrote on his Facebook page, “After the war in 1971, 90,000 Pakistanis were arrested. Subedar Major saw no one else standing there, General Sam Manekshaw, the head of the victorious Indian army. ” Read more – Unidentified assailants vandalize 100-year-old Hindu temple in Pakistan

VK Singh further wrote, “After being asked about the arrangements made for the Pakistani hostages there, Sam Bahadur patiently supported the Pakistani widows, tasted the food they prepared and got the best of them. When they started to leave, Subedar Major told them “I know why India won the war now. Because you are taking care of your troops. Our own people do not meet us as you came to meet us. They consider themselves Nawabzada,” said Subedar Major.

VK Singh writes that there were also some Field Marshals Sam Manekshaw, who made their own persuasion of the enemy. “My respect for the date of birth of this boy from India.”

Let’s find out now that Vicky Kaushal will play a war hero in his upcoming biopic based on Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw. Manekshah was the Chief of the Indian Army in 1971 when India fought for the independence of Bangladesh from Pakistan.

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