After making controversial remark about Kargil war, Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan has moved a step further and claimed that he himself fought major wars for protecting India and Indians.
To prove his claim, Mr Khan released series of photographs as proof of his active participation in wars. Here are few of the photos:
Even though Azam Khan was born in 1958, he claimed that he, along with his buffalo, fought against Pakistan and helped a truck driver Tara Singh to get back his wife Sakina.
Azam Khan at Longewala post during Indo-Pakistan War of 1971. As per Mr Khan, he single handedly eliminated enemy force at Longewala, and then moved to eastern front to liberate Bangladesh. Reportedly, his buffalo destroyed 8 Pakistani tanks.
Azam played a pivotal role in escape of prisoners of war who were captured by Pakistani soldiers in 1971 during the war between India and Pakistan. At that time he was working as a RAW agent. If Khan is to be believed, he along with 7 POWs crossed LOC sitting on his buffalo.
Azam Khan along with his buffalo fought bravely against Pakistan during 1999 Kargil War. Khan says, 50 Pakistani infiltrators died out of fear when they saw him sitting of the buffalo and carrying AK-47.
Azam Khan along with his colleagues in Istanbul. He often goes onsite because of global nature of anti-terrorist projects that he handles. His buffalo is capable of flying like a helicopter.
As per Azam Khan, he was the person who tipped US about Laden's Abbottabad address. Khan claims, this picture is of Laden's house on the night of raid and the person standing is him. Although his face is not visible but the buffalo standing nearby support his claim.