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In the world where Muslims are suffering at the hands Hindu Extremists, Pakistan Army has appointed a Hindu as a Major Dr Kelash in Ministry of Defence. The massacre of Muslims in Indian Occupied Kashmir has become out of control and more Indian Troops have taken over Kashmir.

Dr. Kelash Appointed in the Ministry of Defence Pakistan:

However, in this critical time, Pakistan is setting examples of equality by appointing Hindu Major in Pakistan Army and protecting the rights of minorities. Dr Kelash Garvada belonged to Sindh, Tharparkar. There are many other minorities and Hindus serving the Pakistani nation. After 2000, Hindus were allowed to be part of Pakistan Army and many Hindus like Kelash Garvada joined the armed forces.

Pakistan has provided opportunities to the minorities, according to their performance irrespective of their religion. Likewise, Dr Kelash Garvada completed his MBBS from Jamshoro University LUMHS, Hyderabad. He then became part of Pakistan Army. He joined the position of the medical Army Corps as a Captain and now he is promoted as a Major in the Ministry of Defence.

Achievements of Major Dr. Kelash Garvada

He has become first Hindu Officer who was selected for the Emergency medicine course in Birmingham University. Moreover, he also served in the medical camps which were organized in remote areas of Pakistan like Gilgitbaltistan, Tharparkar, Hunza Valley and Kashmir.

He was also deployed on the operation of Orakzai Agency Waziristan and he also participated in the operation named Rahe-Nijat in Swat. He also won a medal named Tamgha-e-Dafa from Siachen for staying 36 days near K2 in the highest saddle “Baltoro Sector”, around 22,000 feet.

Kelash’s other achievements are Tamgha-e-Baqa, and Tamgha-e-Azam for fighting against terrorism. He also received a UN medal for being part of the UN peace mission in Sudan as a Senior Army Officer. He presented a study on the civilization of the Indus Valley.

He was in charge of health delivery service at 86 battalion Medical Quetta as a major and an officer. During his time period, he visited many countries like Egypt, Uganda, Spain, France, Netherland, Italy, Belgium and Switzerland as Pakistani armed officer and performed his duties.

When, he was in Quetta he served on the orders of Corps Commander Asim Saleem Bajwa and helped the ministry of health in order to enroll 18 specialists at DHQs hospitals Balochistan.

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