The whole country is once again remembering Magnet Sam Manekshaw of the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971.1. When the war broke out, Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw presented the country with the most spectacular military victory ever. The role of Moksha was very important in this war to become Bangladesh and separate from Pakistan. The Indian Army has sent a special tweet in memory of his bravery. At the same time, Smriti Irani reacted to the tweet and wrote #Sambahadur.
Manekshaw delivered a strong message to Pakistan on 13 December 1971
In a tweet from the Indian Army, Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw sent a strong message to Pakistan on December 1, 1971, “We will surrender or we will destroy you.” Field Marshal Live your word. #Indian Army #AlwaysVictorious’
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Smriti Irani remembered Sam Bahadur in the same way
Union Minister Smriti Irani has also reacted to the tweet by the Indian Army, remembering Sam Manekshaw. He wrote- ‘#Sambahadur’. There are many stories of his bravery, which is why he is called ‘Sam Bahadur’. His illustrious military career began with the British Indian Army and lasted for four decades, including five wars. He was the first Indian Army officer to receive the rank of Field Marshal.
The father did not want to be sent into the army
When Sam Manekshaw decided to enlist in the army, he faced opposition from his father. He revolted against his father and passed the entrance examination at the Indian Military Academy, Dehradun. In 1932 he joined the first batch of 40 cadets.
When Indiraji said ‘Sweetie’
In fact, he is never afraid. When Indira Gandhi asked the Akali to attack East Pakistan, she replied that defeat was certain in this situation. This infuriated Indira Gandhi. Regardless of his anger, Manekshaw said, “Prime Minister, do you want me to resign before I can open my mouth?” About 7 months after that he completed the preparations and fought the war of Bangladesh. When Indira Gandhi asked him about the readiness of the Indian Army before the war, he replied that I am always ready, dear.
The Gorkha Regiment was proud
A case about Maneksha is very popular. He was shot in the leg while fighting Japan in Burma in 1942. Even after this, his courage did not diminish. When the doctors at the hospital asked him about it, he said, ‘I have been beaten with mud.’ One of his statements proves how much Sam Bahadur believed in the Gorkha Regiment of the army. He once praised the Gorkha Regiment and said, “If anyone tells you that he is not afraid of death, he is a liar or a Gorkha.”