Pakistani trooper martyred in Central African Republic, affirms ISPR

Hawaldar Shafiq joined UN’s peacekeeping mission in February and was conveyed in Central African Republic, says ISPR.
Shafiq was let go with full military distinctions after memorial service in Mian Chunnu, Pakistan.
Martyred officer is made due by a spouse, three children.
A Pakistani officer accepted affliction while serving in a United Nations’ (UN) peacekeeping mission in the Central African Republic, uncovered the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Thursday.

The tactical’s media wing gave an assertion saying that the officer, Hawaldar Shafiq, was let go with full military distinctions at his memorial service held in Mian Chunnu, Pakistan.

The ISPR uncovered that the martyred officer is made due by his better half and three children. He joined the UN peacekeeping mission in February 2021, it added.

The ISPR said 162 officers have been martyred up until this point while serving in the UN’s peacekeeping missions

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