These days many news are coming from Pakistan most of these are really very tragic. Pakistan is not a country which the world sees on media. It is an amazing country with loving people and a variety of terrain. It has it’s share of ghost stories no less than its share of militancy and proxy wars and is has thousands of years old civilizations of Indus Valley.
Coming back to the top I have a few stories to share. My friend who is an Army officer says that there were Bengali cadets in Pakistan Military academy doing training there once. They were being ragged (punishment through exercise) by the senior cadet on the roof of a building. They collectively threw the sergeant from the roof killing him, think they still remember 1971 after that. Since they were not Pakistanis they were the most beneficiary of the creation of Bangladesh. Since they couldn’t be tried in Pakistan being foreign students only action taken was that they were sent back to Bangladesh.
After the death of sergeant his room was allotted to another cadet. In the middle of night he awoke and saw that a sergeant wearing full military dress with a torch in his hand was standing next to him. First he thought that it was some sergeant he tried to talk to him but couldn’t talk and move so he kept lying paralyzed reciting prayers. After some time the sergeant disappeared. He brought it in the notice of the company commander and refused to sleep next night in the same room.
After a few days the company commander allotted the same room to another cadet. He also told the same event tomorrow. I wish those Bengali cadets were made to sleep in that room for a night. I am sure the sergeant’s spirit would have made few more Bangladeshis of each of them without Indian help and aggression of course.
The special prayers were held on the floor of the building and now his room remains locked since the sergeants spirit doesn’t like it being occupied by someone else.
I have few other stories which I will narrate later on. True story as I was told by my friend.
Written by Anwar, Copyright 2009 TrueGhostTales.com