Achhi adventure book hay reality focused salik sb wrote an other book Hama Yaran Dozkh which is about his prison after this war of Books by Siddiq Salik, Pressure cooker, Witness to Surrender. Brigadier Siddiq Salik SI(M), was a one-star rank general in the Pakistan Army, combat artist, . In his book, Salik presented a view of soldiers and sailors serving in the army and navy in .. Create a book · Download as PDF · Printable version.
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About the war prisoners, Major Salik reportedly maintained that the most of the war prisoners were given thought that in mere two-to-three months, they will be repatriated back to Pakistan via trains to Wagha checkpoint and ships Karachi port.
Under the population transfer agreement signed between India , Pakistan , and Bangladesh , Major Salik returned to Pakistan when he was repatriated by Indian Army to Pakistan Army in During this time, he began working towards writing the memoirs and book that would recounts the events that led to the Fall of Dhaka , which he titled as " Witness of Surrender.
In , Major Salik was promoted as Lieutenant-Colonel and published his book despite reservation within the military in Liberation Front , since the War Report was never declassified. Salik also published the Urdu version of the book, title as: Witness to Surrender in , which was a translation of his English text.
In , Lt.
During his tenure as DG ISPR , he became widely known in the public circles in country when he acted as the principal source of information on Pakistani military deployment in response to the Indian Army 's massive military exercise.
On 19 August , Brig Salik was among those who died in a mysterious plane crash while he was traveling with President Zia and American ambassador Arnold Lewis Raphel ; he was buried in his local village with full military honors.
During his lifetime, Brig. Salik authored 9 books on military and politics; of which, six were written in Urdu and three were written in English. His novel, Ta damay tehreer , is a contemporary satire which provides humor while discussing the political events in his country. Salik is survived by his widow, three daughters and a son.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Siddquie Salik. Main articles: War correspondent and Combat artist.
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Dawn newspaper. Retrieved 1 August Witness of Surrender: Urdu Version googlebooks in Urdu. Urdu Books Publishing co. But, alas, the truth has suffered, time and again, at his hands.
I guess, his hands were tied, having to keep his job and remain in the good books of the army hierarchy. He has deliberately downplayed the atrocities of Operation Searchlight, emphasizing more on the massacres of non-Bengalis Biharis at Chittagong and North Bengal, as if those prompted the army crackdown.
He also takes a philosophical view on rapes committed and tries to be sagacious about how rape by the army was 'not right'. He tries his best to subdue the pogrom by his own army. He also seems to have a soft spot for President General Yahya Khan and mocked General Niazi and his love for women and chicken tikkas and his foibles as the General in charge of the Eastern theater. He has given a thorough description of the war, too thorough, it seems, at times - it was always an 'India-Pakistan match' and the Bengalis were just helpers, miscreants, rebels etc.
He has also totally ignored the machinations of Rao Farman Ali and the killings of the intellectuals.
A well written dishonest book. Major Salik ,however considered the pakistan army the savior of Pakistan. Major Salik continued his military service and remained associate with the ISPR, working on the public relations.
During this time, he began working towards writing the memoirs and book that would recounts the events that led to the Fall of Dhaka, which he titled as "Witness of Surrender. The book has its significance and considered an eyewitness report on the committed atrocities committed under the responsibility of Pakistani military and the Mukti Bahini lit.
Liberation Front , since the War Report was never declassified. Witness to Surrender in , which was a translation of his English text. In his book, Salik presented a view of soldiers and sailors serving in the army and navy in a crucial period of insurgency and the politics that revolved around the Yahya administration, which eventually led to the nation's break-up.
In , Lt. In , he was promoted as Colonel in the army, and during this time, Col.