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Pulwama Martyr Aurangzeb’s Brave Brothers Join Indian Army To Fight Against Terrorists

23 July 2019


Bhubaneswar: Undeterred by the family tragedy in which Army Jawan Aurangzeb was abducted from Pulwama in Jammu and Kashmir by the terrorists and was later found mercilessly slain on June 14 last year, his two younger brothers have reportedly joined the Indian Army to avenge the death of their martyred sibling and wage a war against terrorism.

As per media reports, martyred Aurangzeb’s two brothers, identified as Mohammad Shabbir and Mohammad Tariq, have joined the Infantry Battalion of Territorial Army.

In their media reactions, the two brave brothers told that they feel very proud to be a part and parcel of Indian Army as well as being Indians.

Media reports have also quoted their brave father Mohammad Hanief’s reactions. He has told media that he had already declared before the Defence Minister and top Army officers to dedicate all his six sons to the Indian Army in a bid to avenge the death of his son Aurangzeb and deal with an iron fist against the terrorists.

Aurangzeb's bereft mother Raaj Begum also, in her media reactions, feels proud of her two sons joining Indian Army to serve the motherland.

Need to be mentioned that, Aurangzeb's father Mohammad Hanief is a retired Sepoy of the Jammu and Kashmir Light Infantry.

Hanief’s eldest son Mohammed Qasim is also in Army and now posted in his native State of Jammu and Kashmir.

Notably, martyred Aurangzeb was abducted from Pulwama by terrorists from a vehicle in broad daylight when he was on his way to his home for celebrating the holy festival of Eid last year. Later on June 14, the Jammu and Kashmir police had recovered his bullet-ridden body after having launched a massive manhunt to rescue him.