The enemy always declares a ceasefire when it can't win.
Refused one ceasefire resolution
before accepting the second.
Implemented a ceasefire after Operation Parikaran.
Another Hilarious comment:
Why were you "strong enough" to
resist THIS UN resolution in 1971?
Indian UN delegates deride UN Gen Assembly cease-fire resolution, saying they will neither cease fighting nor withdraw troops; Pakistani delegates say it is up to India to stop fighting; Amb Shahi, referring to resolution's call for refugee return, says Pakistan refuses to negotiate with Bengali...www.nytimes.com
"UNITED NATIONS, N. Y., Dec. 8—
Indian delegates today derided the General Assembly's call for a cease‐fire in the war with Pakistan and indicated India would not obey it. The Pakistani delegation expressed strong reservations about its terms.
One Indian delegate, N. P. Jain, called it “much too vague” and another, Narendra Singh, asked whether India would stop fighting and pull her troops back, said:
“Certiiinly not; we are not foolish.”
Just 13 days later you followed the UN resolution on a ceasefire when the US Task Force 74 was threatening your rear, and you got a drubbing in the Chamb Jhaurian Sector and there was no hope of a breakthrough on the Western Front.
So what changed?
Did Sam Bahadur forget to comb his mustache that day ?
Or is it because you respect the danda ?
You fight only the weak and bend over when faced with odds.
Who cares what the UN does?. China was not even a member of the UN in 1962 and beat the stuffing out of you.
Your UN is not going to get your Kashmir back or provide you protection in a nuclear war ( no ceasefire there).
You have two permanent enemies on your border that Sam Bahadur has no answer to ( God rest his soul ).
So what DID you get out of your "victory " in 1971 ?