Essay On A Visit to a Battlefield
Being a member of the Red Cross organization, I had to visit the border areas in Kashmir during the Indo-Pakistan conflict. We went there with a mobile van carrying medical equipment and supplies. The area where the fighting was going on was full of the sound of guns. Shells were bursting everywhere. Some people were killed instantly. Others were wounded and maimed. All round us soldiers were bleeding and groaning with pain. It was a sorry sight. Many of them were blown to bits. Limbs and dismembered bodies were lying all over the battlefield.
We brought out our stretchers and carried away the wounded from the field of battle. Our mobile van was ready with bandages and medicines to render first aid and dress their wounds. Some soldiers were conscious on account. When a sufficient number had been collected, they were taken to the nearest hospital for medical attention. A few soldiers were badly hurt. They would need surgery at the hospital. Perhaps some would even require amputations to save their lives.
I was deeply penitent by all the human suffering I saw around me. I admired the courage of those who suffered. At the same time, I thought that there should be no wars. War is a cruel thing. Men should try to save one another and live together as brothers.
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