How many are there????Dear Gentleman, how would you like to explain the functioning of so many separatist movements in Bharat? I appreciate your expression of knowledge.
Are you sure that there are no separatist movements in Bharat?How many are there????
Its you Pakistanis who have been taught there are thousand mutinies happening in India... name some and we will tell you the facts.
Poor guy was made a scapegoat ... your Gernails planned poorly and dumped shit on Nawaz sharif... he had to run to US and save his azz form being bombed.The Indians have to be grateful to Nawaz Shareef for the withdrawal of Pakistani forces from Kargil. Later, poor Nawaz had to suffer from the wrath of the army for his compliance to the order of his American master Mr. Clinton. Nawaz may be a blue eyed boy of Bharat.
Name a few active ones....Are you sure that there are no separatist movements in Bharat?
This "we won Kargil" narrative by the Pakistanis is now going border-line(excuse the pun) insane. Yes it did point out some of India's weakness, so we acquired kits for LGB's to take out peaks. 5353 is a joke now, as we learned from our weakness at the time, and have now got standoff weapons that will take out 5353 at a push of a button. I simply feel sorry for the OP.That's the funny part. Point 5353 is ON the ceasefire line. It was vacated by Pakistan and reoccupied only after ceasefire was declared.
India should have violated the LOC and taken it. But still it does not count as a defeat, as it was never an objective. Even today, it protrudes into the Indian side and is surrounded on 3 sides by Indian posts, including Tiger Hill. That is the reason it was a No Man's land. Pakistan took it just to save face. Good for them. Bad for their soldiers. In any war, they will be the first to get butchered.
Here is a list of separatist movements in India as you described it its not many but few let me list themDear Gentleman, how would you like to explain the functioning of so many separatist movements in Bharat? I appreciate your expression of knowledge.
2. KhalistanHowever, despite boycott calls by separatist leaders, 2014 Jammu and Kashmir Assembly elections saw highest voters turnout in last 25 years since insurgency has erupted. It recorded more than 65% of voters turnout which was more than usual voters turnout in other state assembly elections of India. It considered as increase in faith of Kashmiri people in democratic process of India.
3. Assam, Nagalim, TripuraIndian security forces suppressed the insurgency in the early 1990s, but Sikh political groups such as the Khalsa Raj Party and SAD (A) continued to pursue an independent Khalistan through non-violent means.Pro-Khalistan organizations such as Dal Khalsa (International) are also active outside India, supported by a section of the Sikh diaspora.
Kashmir: 2014 Jammu and Kashmir Assembly elections saw highest voters turnout in last 25 years since insurgency has erupted. It recorded more than 65% of voters turnout which was more than usual voters turnout in other state assembly elections of India. It considered as increase in faith of Kashmiri people in democratic proceWhat are the movements of Kashmir, Khalistan, Assam, Nagalim and Tripura?
It shows what moral values and character your armed forces have, you should be proud of your armed forces.Sankarshan Thakur war reporting from kargil
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We saw only one side of the war and most stories we reported were stories told to us by Indian soldiers. A lot of what the jawans had to say mismatched with what the defence establishment thought. Accounts of how well-entrenched the intruders were, for instance; that was anathema to the government because it was handy proof it had let its guard down. Accounts, also, of how our soldiers treated intruders when they could lay their hands on them. New Delhi made quite a show of mutilation of some of its captured soldiers by Pakistanis but much the same was happening on this side. Troops of the Naga and Jat regiments told us quite plainly they had killed a few intruders they had captured alive in the heights above Drass. “It was rage, just rage,” one Naga soldier said, “They killed many of our mates, we were angry. When we got them, we butchered them.” As and when they brought bodies o f intruders back from the heights, the tied them with ropes and dragged them down. “We had enough load to carry as it was, who was going to bother carrying their bodies? Dragging them down was a favour.” There was no sense of guilt or remorse there, just plain retelling; it was as if a fire of emotion had cleansed the act of murder. [Sankarshan Thakur]
We are not brag about that anyways he was killed in action.