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Noman Akram-Being a martyr is highly overrated

Everyone loves their country wholeheartedly and is ready to sacrifice heart and soil for his country. But when it comes to our soldiers like Noman Akram, our breast is proudly full and head high. It is only possible thanks to our brave youth that we are living in our homes comfortably, and they are protecting us by leaving their homes bars on the borders. And reach the highest position of martyrdom. A person who willingly suffers death somewhat than abandon his or her religion.

A person who is put to death or endures great distress on behalf of any faith, principle, or cause: a martyr to the reason for social justice. A person who seeks compassion or concentration by feigning or exaggerating pain, deprivation, etc.

A martyr is someone who suffers harassment and death for advocating, renouncing, refusing to relinquish or refusing to advocate a trust or cause as demanded by an outside party.

Our young soldier continues to look forward to their lives for the country and nation, and Hero Noman Akram is also one of them, who sacrifices his life and reached the highest position of martyrdom.

Wing Commander Norman Akram, a calling officer of Pakistan Air Force (PAF), embraced Shahadat when his F-16 aircraft crashed close to the Shakarparian part of the federal capital while moving out a rehearsal for the Pakistan Day Parade.

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When the country wins, mothers lose. F-16 aircraft crashed at the same time as Bara Market was on its peak.

At that time, Wing Commander Noman Akram also had the option of the safe off the junction.

But the population below was the commander, keeping the traditions of the Pakistan air force in mind, turning the plane to nearby hills and forest.

And on the mountains of Shakarparian, he made a narrative of sacrifice and handed over his life to Allah.

Even if the population was going to be saved, he could save his life, but he saved many lives by giving its life.

If the plane fell on the ground, the China Pakistan literacy centre, Bara Market, and other essential buildings would also be destroyed.

But the pilot turned the aircraft towards Shakarparian and saved thousands of lives by giving his life.

Often the idea comes to know why the pilot did not save his life, the reason is that such a pilot is not allowed to fly the plane again.

That’s why the pilot understands martyrdom is better than his life. The other often, the population is in the middle so the Pakistan air force has taught its youth to be martyrdom. Most of the Indian pilots are saved by their lives.

Noman Akram won the Sharafgan trophy against the sword in 2019, and therefore he was included in the March 23 rehearsal. The Sherafgan trophy is considered a great honour in the Pakistan air force.

Noman Akram was a literate, brave, and experienced pilot.

“The ink of the scholar is more sacred than the blood of the martyr.” (Al Quran)

“A thing is not essentially true because a man dies for it.” (Oscar Wilde)

Last words of wing commander Noman Akram.

“If the country and nation need life, I will not hesitate to sacrifice my life. I will do everything that I can”

Nizam UD Deen

Nizam Ud Deen has started his professional carrier in 2014. He is now a CEO and Founder of an IT Firm "ORM Group of Services". He is working as a Digital Marketer in IT Field.

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