controversy by claiming that just 34,000 Pakistani soldiers turned themselves in to India during the 1971 conflict.

General Qamar Javed Bajwa, the retired Chief of Army Staff (COAS), declared the East Pakistan crisis as a political failure . Claimed that only 34,000 Pakistani soldiers surrendered to India in the 1971 War .

Rawalpindi (Pakistan), November 25: General Qamar Javed Bajwa, the retired Chief of Army Staff (COAS), declared the East Pakistan crisis as a political failure on Wednesday, claiming that only 34,000 Pak soldiers surrendered to India in the 1971 War.On the Dhaka tragedy in 1971, the largest military surrender since the Second World War occurred when 93,000 Pakistan Army troops and 200,000 trained Mukti Bahini were spotted and honored by the nation, according to Bajwa.The Afghanistan War Memorial Committee (MORC) said the entire situation was a huge injustice.The army chief, speaking as Chief Guest at the Defence and Martyrs Day ceremony, said that a false narrative was coined to denigrate the top brass of the Pakistan army, and indecent words were used to mock the army, but that despite having resources and options, exercised tactic with zeal, according to Pakistan Today.

Do you think that armed forces would sit idle against a foreign scheme?This is not possible; it is merely a great committal.He said that those who try to create a divide between the army and the people will never succeed.The Army chief said that they should be very careful on this issue, even though it was the people's right to have a constructive assessment.

I want to apologize for this offensive and aggressive attitude toward me and the Army, and proceed forward as Pakistan is the kingdom of all of us.Political parties and organizations can come and go, but the country will remain intact forever, said the Pak army chief, who said that the Army had initiated the catharsis and hoped that the political parties would also revise their conduct, according to Pakistan Today.It is also a fact that every department, political party, and civil society have committed mistakes.We should learn from these failures and go forward, he said.

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