India's dead war hero listed alive in...

India's dead war hero listed alive in Pakistan

There are 2 comments on the Ahmedabad.com story from Jul 7, 2008, titled India's dead war hero listed alive in Pakistan. In it, Ahmedabad.com reports that:

Flight Lieutenant Manohar Purohit, an Indian Air Force officer, was killed in the 1971 war and was declared a martyr.

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Ashok Soni

Jaipur, India

#1 Jul 9, 2008
No.. No... No..
Manohar Purohit is no Dead...
He is Live In Pakistan Jail..
Pak is No Declair..
Divya

India

#2 Dec 18, 2008
I feel that there is no point that Pakistan keeps our POW's. They should be returned to their familes. Thse Indian government's failure has been clearly reflected in the Mumbai terror attacks and so many other events. The Indian youth needs to stand up and take conmtrol of this country and go to the Pakistan prisons and shuffle out out brave soldiers. It breaks my heart to think that our brave soldiers are being still held prisnors. Enough of this nonsense. Shame on the Indian government.Soldiers be brave!! And their families should be proud..I salute the brave soldiers and their families.

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