Friday, July 1, 2011

Class IX, ENGLISH, "The Great War Hero"

Question and Answers

Q.1 Who was Major Aziz Bhatti? What was the award he won?

Ans. Major Aziz Bhatti was the son of Mohammad Abdullah Bhatti, a teacher. he was born in Hongkong and received his early education there. In 1945, he come with his father to his home village Ladian in Gujrat district.
Major Aziz Bhatti was awarded the sword of honour and the Norman Model.

Q.2 What was the military carrier of Major Bhatti?

Ans. Major Aziz Bhatti first joined the Air Force and in 1948 he became a cadet of Pakistan Military Academy at Kakul. Here he was awarded the Sword of Honour and the Norman Medal. He joined, the 6th Punjab Regiment as a commissioned officer, where he proved to be a very good military officer. In September 1965 he fought against the Indians – the enemies for 6 days and nights without rest and laid down his life in the defence of Pakistan.

Q.3 What do we learn from he martyrdom of Major Bhatti?

Ans. The martyrdom of Major Aziz Bhatti teaches us, the spirit of Jihad that is to sacrifice our lives in the defence of our dear country.

Q.4 When and where did he fight?

Ans. In the September war of 1965, Major Aziz Bhatti fought on the Lahore front for six days. From the 6th September to the 11th September without rest.

Q.5 What was Major Aziz Bhatti’s reply to the commanding officer?

Ans. When Major Aziz’s commanding officer asked him to take rest, he requested his officer not to recall him for he did not want to go back and would shed the last drop of his blood in the defence of his home land.

Q.6 Why will the name of Major Bhatti’s be written in letters of gold?

Ans. In the year 1965, Mjor Bhatti fought on the Lahore front against the enemies for six days and nights without rest. He laid down his life in the defence of his country Pakistan. He was awarded the Nishan-e-Haider the highest military aard of Pakistan in appreciation of his bravery. It is for this reason that the name of Major Bhatti will never be forgotton and will be written in letters of gold.

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