Kargil was a confict Issue between Pakistan and India. History War of Kargil is very old. Long Live Pakistan. Pakistan Zindabad. India is a cruel and cunning enemy of our beloved country Pakistan. Kashmir dispute is the only reason of three wars
between between India and Pakistan.It is still unresolved at the tables
of the United Nations.The last few years, and particularly during the
1990s, the issue of Kashmir has been brought to the forefront of world
agenda by the freedom struggle of Kashmiri fighters, fighting in the
Indian occupied Kashmir. This freedom struggle against this brute Indian
force, now in excess of 700,000 troops, demands the fulfillment of UN
Resolutions and of Indian commitments to give them the opportunity to
decide their political future through a fair and free plebiscite. This
plebiscite to be held under UN auspices, is mandated by the UN Security
Council Resolutions of August 13, 1948 and January 05, 1949.
The freedom struggle gained further momentum in 1999 when the freedom fighters, in probably the most brilliant and courageous maneuver in modern military history, made high-altitude conquests, and captured a high ground of 140 kilometers stretch of 4,500 meters high mountain ridges near the strategic Indian-held garrison towns of Kargil and Drass. These towns lie on the only usable road between Srinagar, capital of Indian occupied Kashmir, and to the East. This threatened India's main supply route to its forces on the Chinese border.
War of Kargil> The occupation by the Kashmiri freedom fighters came as a "Spring Surprise" to the Indian patrols. During the winter freeze the area is abandoned by Indian patrols and isolated from the rest of Indian occupied Kashmir. In the beginning of May 1999, when the Indian forces returned to the mountains, they were surprised to find around 600 Kashmiri freedom fighters, occupying a territory 5 km inside Indian occupied Kashmir. India alleged that these "militants" were sponsored by Pakistan, and that these militants crossed the provisional borderline, the "line of control", in an attempt to alter the de facto border by force. The Government of Pakistan stated that it was not involved in any way and clarified that it is only the moral, diplomatic and political support that the Government of Pakistan continues to extend to Kashmiri freedom fighters for their cause of self-determination. It further clarified that the heights near Kargil were occupied by indigenous Kashmiri freedom fighters. On May 26, 1999, India started to air strikes to drive out the freedom fighters. During this episode, two Indian aircrafts entered the territory of Pakistan, one of which was shot down.
The situation across the line of control became tense and several innocent civilians became the target of indiscriminate Indian shelling. The conflict posed a threat to the region of South Asia..
In July-August 1999,The freedom fighters had to vacate the captured territory of Kargil. Long Live Pakistan. Pakistan Zindabad.
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