A few days ago, Indian soldiers saved the life of a Pakistani terrorist who was injured in an infiltration attempt near the Line of Actual Control in Jammu and Kashmir by donating blood to him. By donating blood to those who came to shed their blood, the Indian Army set a shining example of humanity before the world. But now that Pakistani terrorist has died. It is reported that he died of a heart attack. The name of this terrorist is Tabarak Hussain and he confessed to the crime during interrogation.
Hussain is said to be a resident of Sabjkot village in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir. He had said that he was paid 30,000 Pakistani rupees by Pakistani Colonel Yunus Chaudhary to attack Indian posts. Also I was threatened by other terrorists. So I got caught. It was also said that I have been trained for six months and have visited many camps of Lashkar-e-Toiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorist organizations in Pakistan.
The terrorist was injured by a bullet
On August 21, three terrorists were spotted by Indian soldiers in Jhangar sector of Nowshera. One of them approached an Indian post along the Line of Control and tried to breach the security fence. After being challenged by the jawans, the terrorists tried to run away. Then one was captured alive after the shooting; The other two managed to escape. The terrorist was injured by bullet. Lieutenant Colonel Devendra Yadav informed that he was admitted to a hospital in Rajouri for treatment.
Food was also served by hand…
Hussain was bleeding profusely. He was on the verge of life and death. Indian soldiers saved his life by donating blood. Brigadier Rana had said that he was fed food with his own hands. I came to die, I was threatened. “Brother, get me out of here,” Hussain shouted during the arrest, officials said.