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Agreement After War Of 1965

Publicado el 7/4/2021

At the outbreak of war in 1965, Pakistan had about 15 armoured cavalry fighters with about 45 tanks each in three squadrons. In addition to the pattons, there were approximately 200 M4 Shermans equipped with 76 mm guns, 150 M24 of light-tank jacks and a few independent squadrons of M36B1 armoured detonators. Most of these regiments served in Pakistan`s two armoured divisions, the 1st and 6th Armoured Divisions – the latter were in the education process. September 23 will mark the 55th anniversary of the India-Pakistan War, fought in 1965 around the issue of Jammu and Kashmir. This was Pakistan`s second attempt to annex Kashmir by force. His first attempt to do so, 18 years earlier, had led to his defeat and withdrawal from most of the conquered territories, with the exception of what happened as Pakistan of Kashmir (PoK), and led to the persistent and emotional problem of Kashmir, which continues to negatively affect relations between the two countries. Pakistan sent about 30,000 trained infiltrators on August 5, 1965. These infiltrators were divided into nine groups and received different code names, mainly after historical Muslim leaders such as Salahudin, Ghaznavi, Tariq, Babur, Qasim, Khalid, Nursat, Sikandar and Khilji. The plan was multidimensional. The infiltrators would mix with the local population and incite them to rebellion. At the same time, a guerrilla war began, destroying bridges, tunnels and highways, harassing hostile communications, logistics facilities and headquarters, and attacking airfields to give an idea of the armed rebellion and lead to the secession of Kashmir from India. On September 1, 1965, a Grand Slam attack by the regulars of Pak`s army against J-K. Indian troops responded with operations against the Pak army and occupied Haji Pir, Tithwal and Kargil.

The war lasted until 22 September, when the ceasefire resolution brought about a ceasefire. 2019 marks the 54th anniversary of the 1965 war, claimed by both India and Pakistan. The truth may be somewhere between the fingers of the chest. In the past, it was believed that the 1965 war was initiated by India with the aim of conquering Lahore and breaking Pakistan. The celebrations focused on the “valiant defence” of the Pakistani armed forces that defeated this goal. Faced with the failures of the Sinino-Indian war, the outcome of the 1965 war was considered a “political-strategic” victory in India. Indian Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri has been hailed in India as a national hero. [170] The myth of “victory” was born after the end of the war, on the one hand to counter India`s claims to victory and, on the other, to protect the Ayub regime and the army from criticism. One of the reasons is the death of the 1965 generation. Second, the threat of militant attacks over the past decade has forced military parades, air shows and military demonstrations to a lower key. During the 1965 war, the Soviet Union offered its good offices for a peaceful settlement between the two warring states.

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