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25 years after the Kargil War, Dr. NK Kalia, father of Captain Saurabh Kalia, continues his relentless pursuit of justice. Captain Kalia, along with five other soldiers of the 4th Jat regiment, was brutally tortured and murdered by the Pakistani Army during the conflict.

Dr. Kalia’s fight transcends personal loss. He seeks accountability for a war crime and a deterrent against such barbaric acts in the future. He emphasizes the gravity of the situation, stating that “torturing soldiers is a common practice by the Pakistan Army” and that his son’s case is a “national shame.”

Dr. Kalia acknowledges the Indian Army’s support for his family. However, his focus remains on ensuring action against those responsible for the horrific treatment of his son and his fellow soldiers. He highlights the limitations placed on individual efforts, expressing that such “sensitive issues” require intervention from the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) or the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO).

Dr. Kalia’s unwavering determination stands as a powerful testament to a father’s love and a soldier’s sacrifice. His fight for justice serves as a stark reminder of the human cost of war and the importance of holding perpetrators accountable. It compels India to take a strong stance against such violations and uphold the dignity of its fallen soldiers on the international stage.