Baba Guru Nanak Bridge

Naik Abdul Aziz No. 1307522 -07 Engineers Battalion, Pakistan Army, demolished  the“Drumman Wala” Bridge between India and Pakistan border on the River Ravi  near Jassar, Narowal then District Sialkot now District Narowal, Punjab with the  help of a conventional bomb, to prevent the land invasion by the Indian Land  Forces towards Pakistan, between the night of 7 & 8 September, 1965. This  helped, because there was no alternative land way available towards Pakistan  other than the bed of the river Ravi which could not be used. This bridge is  also known by the name “Dera Baba Guru Nanak Bridge”. It was famous by the name  of “Drumman Wala” Bridge, because in the beginning, the drums were installed on  the bridge for demarcation of border between Pakistan and India.

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