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Wednesday, August 3, 2022

Lt. Gen. Sarfraz Ali and the other Five army Officers all Embraced Martyrdom

Lt. Gen. Sarfraz Ali and the other Five army Officers all Embraced Martyrdom

Quetta: In a helicopter crash on Tuesday, all six soldiers, including Commander 12 Corps Lieutenant General Sarfraz Ali, accepted martyrdom, according to a tweet from the ISPR.

"The terrible helicopter that was involved in flood rescue operations left its debris in Musa Goth, Windar, and Lasbela. Lt. Gen. Sarfraz Ali joined the other six officers and soldiers in giving the shahadat. , the accident happened as a result of adverse weather, the tweet stated.


Army Helicopter Disappears In the Lasbela district of Baluchistan, the Pakistan Army helicopter lost touch with the air traffic control system while carrying six persons, including Commander 12 Corps Lieutenant General Sarfraz Ali, based on Inter-Services Public Relations report from Monday. In a statement released by the military's media affairs branch, it was stated that the helicopter was aiding flood operations in the province. The ISPR reported that a Pakistani army helicopter that was engaged in flood relief operations in Lasbela, Balochistan, had lost communication with the air traffic control system.



A search operation was in progress, it added, and "Six people were on board including Commander 12 Corps who was supervising flood relief activities in Balochistan." Following devastating floods that left at least 132 dead, the Pakistan Army, Frontier Corps, and Pakistan Navy have been conducting rescue efforts in the region. The most recent PDMA report claims that floods disconnected Lasbela and Sindh by washing away a number of highways and bridges. Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif also met with locals earlier in the day at a number of flood-affected Balochistan communities, including Qilla Saifullah, Chaman, and Quetta.


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