Mutilated Jawan's batallion viral song challenging Pak last year -
Mutilated Jawan's batallion viral song challenging Pak last year
Posted 02 May 2017 03:50 PM

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Naik Subedar Paramjit Singh, the Indian soldier whose body was mutilated by Pakistan Army on Monday, was part of a battalion that had released a song challenging Pakistan in November last year.

The video showing five Jawans of of 22 Sikh Regiment at their post along the Line of Control had gone viral on social media platforms. The jawans were seen dressed for battle, while one of them sang the Punjabi song. The Jawan singing had mentioned the name of his battalion in several parts of the song. The video was recorded on a mobile phone, according to agency.

In the video, the Jawan can be heard singing all they need is permission from the government and they will "burn the enemy to ashes in two hours." "They have seen our love but not our anger yet," the soldier sings.

The soldier in the video says, "Modi isn't afraid of Pakistan and wants the best for you. Your Sikh brother is singing the truth." "We won't leave them as we have had enough, and we have told them several times too. Every hour they are teasing us, and are asking for their own deaths. You'll move because sikhs are standing in front of you, we'll burn enemy's country if given two hours," he sings.

The Pakistan Army on Monday opened unprovoked rocket and mortar firing on two forward posts along the Line of Control and mutilated the bodies of two Indian soldiers in the Krishna Ghati sector of Jammu and Kashmir, violating ceasefire.

In retaliation, the Indian Army pounded Pakistan Army posts along the LoC, killing seven Pakistani soldiers and destroying two enemy bunkers.