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“War is not a solution” A bridge to peace under IPSI held at Fortis healthcare organised by Maj Gen TK Kaul

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President IPSI (Pakistan
chapter), Lt Gen
Humanyun Bangash
(Former 4 Corps
Commander at Lahore and
former Pakistan
Ambassa...
President IPSI (India chapter) Lt Gen
Moti Dar (Former Indian Vice Chief of
Army Staff) being welcomed by Fortis
Healthcar...
Lt Gen Humanyun
Bangash addressing
the audience during
the seminar on
‘Healthcare – A Bridge
to Peace’ at FHM
Lt Gen Moti ...
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An article featured by ‘The Hindustan Times’ explains Initiative for Peace IPSI (India Pakistan Soldiers Initiative for peace) has taken by retired army Maj Gen TK Kaul and military officials from both of the country India, Pakistan to find a solution to the Kashmir issue and Explain by Pakistan chapter president Lt Gen Humayun Bangash (retd) that war is not a solution.
"We have seen four wars, which is enough to teach us that there is no military solution to the problem. Increased people-to-people contact is what would end the hostility," said Lt Gen Bangash, who was here to attend a seminar on 'Healthcare: A Bridge to Peace' held at Fortis Hospital organized by Gen TK Kaul.

An article featured by ‘The Hindustan Times’ explains Initiative for Peace IPSI (India Pakistan Soldiers Initiative for peace) has taken by retired army Maj Gen TK Kaul and military officials from both of the country India, Pakistan to find a solution to the Kashmir issue and Explain by Pakistan chapter president Lt Gen Humayun Bangash (retd) that war is not a solution.
"We have seen four wars, which is enough to teach us that there is no military solution to the problem. Increased people-to-people contact is what would end the hostility," said Lt Gen Bangash, who was here to attend a seminar on 'Healthcare: A Bridge to Peace' held at Fortis Hospital organized by Gen TK Kaul.

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“War is not a solution” A bridge to peace under IPSI held at Fortis healthcare organised by Maj Gen TK Kaul

  1. 1. President IPSI (Pakistan chapter), Lt Gen Humanyun Bangash (Former 4 Corps Commander at Lahore and former Pakistan Ambassador to Turkey) being welcomed to FHM Visit of IPSI delegation to FHM on November 25, ’13 A REPORT Fortis Hospital Mohali played host to a seminar on ‘Healthcare – A Bridge to Peace’, which was attended by over 50 members of India Pakistan Soldiers’ Initiative for Peace (IPSI).The distinguished guests included Presidentsof both India and Pakistan chapters of IPSI, apart from close to 20 delegates from Pakistan. Presenting a few snapshots…
  2. 2. President IPSI (India chapter) Lt Gen Moti Dar (Former Indian Vice Chief of Army Staff) being welcomed by Fortis Healthcare Regional Director (North) Col HS Chehal in the presence of Maj Gen Tej K Kaul, PVSM, AVSM, VSM (L-R) Wg Cdr (Dr) Gurbir Singh, Lt Gen Moti Dar, Lt Gen Humanyun Bangash, Lt Gen (Dr) ML Chawla and Col HS Chehal at FHM
  3. 3. Lt Gen Humanyun Bangash addressing the audience during the seminar on ‘Healthcare – A Bridge to Peace’ at FHM Lt Gen Moti Dar, PVSM, AVSM, addressing the audience members
  4. 4. Col HS Chehal addresses the audience. In the background is a photograph of his father, then Lt Col, now Maj Gen MS Chehal and his Pakistani counterpart Lt Col Afzal Khan. The photo was taken at Wagah Border in 1972 at the Indo-Pak Delineation Talks to sign off the LOC, which was later ratified by the Army Commanders and political leadership at the Shimla Agreement. Lt Gen (Dr) ML Chawla addresses the audience during the seminar
  5. 5. Maj Gen KS Bajwa – the senior-most veteran - addresses the gathering. He was commissioned in 1946 and some of his course-mates later became his adversaries post 1947 Air Vice Marshal Hamid Abbas Khwaja, a fighter pilot, addresses the distinguished gathering Brig Naeem Ahmed, President of PakistanFauji Foundation, shares a few anecdotes with the gathering Brig I J Singh puts forth his views during the seminar
  6. 6. Col HS Chehal gives the FHM mementoes as a token of remembrance… … to Lt Gen & Mrs Humanyun Bangash … to Air Vice Marshal Hamid Abbas Khwaja … to Brig Khwaja Muhammad Nasir, former manager of Pakistan’s cricket team. He has served in 13 LANCERS in the legendary Battle of Basantar in December 1971 and was the Squadron Commander pitted against 2/Lt Arun Kheterpal, PVC (posthumous) of 17 POONA HORSE (Fakr-e-Hind)
  7. 7. The attentive crowd A memorable group photo
  8. 8. Media Coverage

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