Chief of the Military Workers Basic Qamar Bajwa attended the funeral prayers of Lieutenant Basic Sarfraz Ali and Brigadier Muhammad Khalid who embraced martyrdom within the Balochistan helicopter crash, the Inter-Providers Public Relations (ISPR) mentioned on Wednesday.
Balochistan Governor Mir Jan Muhammad Jamali, Chief Minister Mir Abdul Quddus Bizenjo, provincial ministers and several other civil and navy officers together with kinfolk of the martyrs attended the funeral.
In response to the navy’s media wing, the COAS visited the households of Lt Gen Sarfraz Ali and Brig Muhammad Khalid in addition to the household of Lt Colonel Laiq Baig Mirza who embraced martyrdom at Ziarat.
The mortal stays of the martyrs from the helicopter crash had been moved to Rawalpindi. The Central Namaz-e-Janaza of the three martyrs will probably be provided on the Military Graveyard in Rawalpindi at 5:30 pm, at present.
The martyrs are to be buried with full navy honours, the ISPR added.
Martyred troopers’ funeral prayers
The funeral prayers for the opposite military personnel aboard the ill-fated helicopter had been provided of their native cities.
The funeral prayers for Main Talha happened in Rawalpindi with the Chief of Basic Workers Pakistan Military Lt Gen Azhar Abbas, Lt Gen Sahir Shamshad Mirza, Commander Rawalpindi Corps, different navy officers, kinfolk of the martyrs and different civilians in attendance.
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A contingent of the Pakistan Military introduced the guard of honour and the martyr was buried with full navy honour. Commander Rawalpindi Corps introduced the Pakistani flag to Maj Talha’s father, and a floral wreath was laid.
The funeral prayer for Naik Mudassar Fayyaz was provided at Shakargarh, Narowal. Basic Officer Commanding Sialkot Garrison, and senior navy and civil officers attended the funeral.
A military contingent introduced the guard of honour, the nationwide flag was introduced, and floral wreaths had been laid.
The funeral prayer for Maj Saeed was provided at Larkana with Commander Logistics Pannu Aqil Garrison, serving senior officers, troopers, kinfolk of the martyr and several other civilians attending the prayers.
Pakistan’s flag was introduced to the martyr’s father and he was buried with full navy honour.