Ojhri Camp (Urdu: اوجھڑی کیمپ) was the site of what was widely reported as the 1988 Ojhri Camp disaster in the media. The disaster occurred at a military storage center located in Rawalpindi Military District in Rawalpindi, Punjab Province of Pakistan on April 10, 1988; the center was used as an ammunition depot for Afghan mujahideen fighting against Soviet forces from Afghanistan. The camp exploded on April 10, 1988, killing more than 1,300 people in Rawalpindi and Islamabad as a result of rockets and other munitions expelled by the blast. One week after this major explosion Defense Department officials say that they believe that the explosion was the work of agents of the Afghan intelligence service (KHAD). There was speculation that the explosion was done by Pakistani agents to cover up a pilferage of the weapons stocks, including Stinger missiles. There are also allegations that the explosion was carried out by the Soviet KGB in retaliation for Pakistan's aid to the mujahideen.
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Wed, 26 Aug 2015 14:56:15 -0700
Brigadier Yousaf notes that one reason for Ojhri Camp's massive fallout was that instead of using it as a transit facility, Gul had decided to stockpile weapons before releasing them to the mujahideen. The Ojhri Camp inquiry conducted by General ...
Wed, 19 Aug 2015 17:00:00 -0700
The Ojhri Camp arms depot disaster that happened on General Hamid Gul's watch in 1988 killed hundreds of Pakistanis in the twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi, including a sitting minister, Mr Khaqan Abbasi. Brigadier Yousaf notes that one reason ...
Mon, 17 Aug 2015 01:15:26 -0700
Prime Minister Junejo signed the Geneva Accord in 1988 for peace in Afghanistan against the wishes of Zia ul Haq and also called for an inquiry into the Ojhri Camp disaster. Zia dismissed his handpicked Junejo's government and announced fresh elections ...
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Sun, 16 Aug 2015 19:37:30 -0700
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Mon, 17 Aug 2015 18:51:37 -0700
It was during his stint as ISI chief that Islamabad lost around 1000 lives (there are different accounts of the number of dead) owing to a timely 'accident' in Ojhri Camp, an ordnance storage facility few kilometers from Islamabad. Ojhri Camp stored ...
The Asian Age
Thu, 20 Aug 2015 13:03:01 -0700
General Haq appointed Mohammed Khan Junejo as the Prime Minister after the 1985 non-party elections, but after Junejo signed the Geneva Accord in 1988 against his wishes, and called for an inquiry into the Ojhri Camp disaster, Zia-ul-Haq dismissed his ...
The Express Tribune
Thu, 11 Apr 2013 10:31:41 -0700
Our biology teacher, Mr Abdus Sami, a very intelligent person, saw this and told us that most likely a known weapons depot in Rawalpindi had exploded at Ojhri Camp. This was quite a remarkable guess as everyone else was talking about the possibility of ...
Sun, 10 May 2015 19:15:00 -0700
The Ojhri camp explosions, the Swat earthquake, and the fatal Bushra Zaidi bus accident are movingly described, for instance. But tragedy aside, the writer's affection for the city of Karachi is evident in the close attention paid to detailing the ...
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