Sai Khan

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Military person

Subedar-major/Inspector Sai Khan (Template:Lang-ur‎; 1938 – 21 July 1996) TK(M) was a Pakistani army officer[1] and later serverd as Inspector in Punjab Police (Pakistan).He fought the both Indo-Pakistani War of 1965 and the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971.[2][3] His overall performance was rated very high and he rose up through the ranks to become a Subedar-major. The government of Pakistan awarded Sai Khan with Tamgha-i-Khidmat[4] (Military) .[5] for his Work.[6] Sai Khan was a Shaheed(Martyr) on 21 july 1996.

Early life and background

Khan was bron to Mr.Khayali Khan who fought the World War I and later Martyr in World War II.

Career

Pakistan Army

Sai Khan joined the Army,into 3rd Frontier Force Regiment the Regiment of the Pakistan Army around 1955 and at the time of partition opted to serve in the Pakistan Army.As a Havildarin the Army, he participated in Indo-Pakistani War of 1965. He served in that position until 1967.During the Indo-Pakistani War of 1965 he was wounded from his unit for 5 days but he fought the war and kills the many emnemy alone .His overall performance was rated very high and he rose up through the ranks to become a Subedar-major in mid 1975s
Khan remained a part of the military establishment as long as he was in service with no links to any political or religious groups as per the tradition of the army. Khan was promoted to Subadar in 1975 and later Subedar-major a senior rank of junior commissioned officer of Pakistan army

Pakistan Police

After the retiredment in 1985 Sai Khan enterend into Pakistan Police in 1987.

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