LAHORE - Namaz-e-Janaza of Major Abid Majeed Malik, who embraced Shahadat during operation Rah-e-Rast near Matta (Swat), was held here on Wednesday at Cavalry Ground graveyard, Lahore. His mortal remains were buried with full military honours. Corps Commander Lieutenant General Ijaz Ahmed Bakhshi, General Officer Commanding Major General Shafqaat Ahmed, Major General Raza Muhammad and large number of officers, jawans and people belonging to all walks of life participated in the last rites. After the burial, Corps Commander Lahore, Lieutenant General Ijaz Ahmed Bakhshi laid floral wreath on behalf of Chief of Army Staff, General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani. Major Abid Majeed Malik, a third generation soldier embraced Shahadat during his heroic bid to evacuate his injured comrades in arm. The Shaheed was commissioned in the Punjab Regiment on October 12, 1997. He leaves behind a widow and two minor children. Major Abid Majeed Malik was laid to rest besides the permanent abode of his late father Lieutenant Colonel (retired) Abdul Majeed. Major Abids mother said her son had major her a proud. My sons have saved the country from terrorists. One has adorned martyrdom, while the other is a Ghazi, said the proud mother. Her son Major Khalid suffered injuries during the war with the terrorists. Ishrat, wife of Major Abid, said her husband wanted to adorn Shahadat, and the Almighty had fulfilled his wish. At the time of his funeral, people from different walks of life were also present. They were all praise for the family of Major Abid, which has rendered innumerable services for the country. People also went to the residence of the Major Abid and offered Fateha for the departed soul.