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'This is my story.'
'And never heard. But was only witnessed.'
...vanished into the darkness of history.'
'That is why the names of those...
'Maybe in the same way my mention...
...in my own story may not be written.'
'Because we had also fought gallantly...
...with the Indian forces.'
Parade, will turn around! Turn around!
Parade, will move forward! Turn around!
When did this happen?
There is no one there.
They are not even in a position to walk properly.
It is a very big task to dig a tunnel 19 feet long.
Who is this Suraj Singh?
Due to devoid of ammunition.
Before that he was in Lahore.
Good morning! Carry on.
Welcome major. How did you spend your night, major?
Not bad. I was with my own men.
Seeing the condition of your men you must have
...that such an attempt is futile.
Joint Intelligence Bureau.
...I can meet a Pakistani National.
You have not answered my question.
...Pakistani government thinking...
Who else was there with you?
I and... only me.
Ok! Barrack No.6! Come!
...since the past 3 days...
...in barrack No. 6.
This is Pakistan. This is Karachi.
This is Lahore. This is Faisalabad...
...and this is Peshawar.
How are you Pali? - I am fine, sir.
...that we cannot be in the west of Pakistan.
...close to the border, sir.
But how did this happen so suddenly?
...have been held captive here.
Facilities have been increased.
The jail has been extended.
All of them are from 1971 war in this barrack?
Some are also from 1965 war, sir.
But they are of no use.
Unknown that they are dead for India.
Didn't you try to send them back?
Are they of any use here?
They do not even know their names.
What do you mean?
Everyone is put to work.
Hey... listen. - What is it? - Hey listen.
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