‘Proud’ son’s salute to war hero father The statue of Second World War fighter pilot.
by Nadeem Badshah SATINDER PUJJI has a lifetime of stories and memories about his father, who was one of the most decorated Indian soldiers in the world wars. Squadron Leader Mohinder Singh Pujji was among the war heroes honoured by Britain last Sunday (11) on Armistice Day. The RAF pilot flew combat missions and survived several crashes during the Second World War in Britain, Europe, North Africa, the Middle East and Burma. The war hero, who was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross, once saved 300 American soldiers from Japanese troops in the Burmese jungle. Another memorable story for Satinder, a…
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