Chawinda – the graveyard of Indian tanks, warplanes
SIALKOT, Sep 06 (APP):A large number of people including women and children thronged Shuhada Park
to refresh the 1965 War memories where Indian tanks and warplanes were kept
at Chawinda, Pasrur tehsil, captured during the war.
Chawinda is known as the world’s biggest graveyard of 600 invading Indian tanks.
The people evinced keen interest in the Indian tanks and planes displayed there.
They also lay floral wreaths on the graves of Shuhada and salute them for their
During the 1965 Indo-Pak war, the people of Chawinda-Sialkot wrote a golden
history of bravery by sacrificing their lives for defending the motherland near
Chawinda-Sialkot during the September 1965 Indo-Pak War.
The world’s biggest war of the tanks was fought there near Chawinda in 1965,
in which the local people laid down under the invading Indian tanks with bombs
and blew up themselves, besides, completely destroying hundreds of Indian
army tanks, making Chawinda-Sialkot a graveyard of these tanks. They sacrificed their lives to save the motherland during 1965 war
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