Why are you asking an obvious question?Are you dumb?
Bhaktoras/ Mullahs are blind and deaf. They have been singing the story sold to them by PA.
Why are you asking an obvious question?Are you dumb?
That doesn't refute anything I wrote. You can keep posting articles of our shaheed and Nawaz Sharif, but it doesn't change the fact that your military lost on the battlefield.
India Buries Soldiers That Pakistan Won't Claim (Published 1999)India is burying unknown soldiers killed in Kashmir from invasion force Pakistan disavows; has offered bodies to Pakistan, which has rejected them, holding hundreds of invaders dug into mountaintop positions just inside Indian-controlled Kashmir are Muslim holy warriors; much of rest of world...www.nytimes.com
Holy shit you are repeating what you have just said. I replied to this exact same comment on this thread before...you really are an IT cellPoint 5310:
●It is located at a distance of about one kilometre on the Pakistani side of the LoC
●Captured in an operation by troops of the IA on April 8, 2000
●The peak is of strategic importance because it enables the IA to tactically control 12 square kilometres of Pakistani territory in Karubar bowl
● Domination of this area also threatened the Pakistani posts opposite Turtok Sector from the rear
Point 5608: Lies about 15km to the east of Point 5353 in the Kaksar sector. It overlooks the Shingo Valley in Pakistan. Indian troops took control of this feature
The Indians reoccupied Point 5240, besides Point 5165, in August 1999
India controls Point 5070 too a strategically important peak along the Marpo La pass. It lies on the Pakistani side of the LoC, about 10 km west of Point 5353. Both Points 5070 and 5240 also overlook the Pakistani supply route for Point 5353
That's life of an Indian general.●Decimated by the Bofors and Pinaka
●Denied the dead body of his own soldiers
●Truly a remarkable Commander of PA
Holy shit you are repeating what you have just said. I replied to this exact same comment on this thread before...you really are an IT cell
lol you deleted the post.
What the actual shit? That's exactly what the f I have been trying to say to you! You took back Shangruti and Dhalunag. We retain the other 4 peaks, that being Aftab 1, Bunker ridge, saddle ridge and 5353.
One night stay of that general in Indian territory was very costly for poor soldiers of northern light infantry . They lost their lives in Indian territory without proper service to their sacrifice. Poorly laid out plan did not take care of supply line for abandoned soldiers at peak .Army Chief spent a night in India which led to their PM spending one night in Washington.
Its a murky tale of nights spent abroad.
To some these nights spent abroad was a great success, but to few others it was a poorly conceived and executed operation by few generals with an Air Force and Navy completely in dark.
That one night spent in India has completely washed away all the negatives of that fiasco.
@Hellfire2006What the actual shit? That's exactly what the f I have been trying to say to you! You took back Shangruti and Dhalunag. We retain the other 4 peaks, that being Aftab 1, Bunker ridge, saddle ridge and 5353.
You only have half of what you wanted. That's not a victory
Try convincing BHAKTORAS that side. They are celebrating a victory sold to them by ISPR.One night stay of that general in Indian territory was very costly for poor soldiers of northern light infantry . They lost their lives in Indian territory without proper service to their sacrifice. Poorly laid out plan did not take care of supply line for abandoned soldiers at peak .
if you are going to quote Pravin sawhney do it properly.@Primus Amar Aul responded by occupying two heights on the Pakistani side of the LoC, 4875 and 4251, just before the ceasefire came into force. Aul later tried to use these two heights to bring about a territorial exchange. In mid-August 1999, his efforts bore fruit, and both sides committed themselves to leave Points 5353, 5240, 4251 and 4875 unoccupied. Indian and Pakistani troops pulled back to their pre-Kargil position as part of a larger agreement between their respective DGMOs. In October that year, however, the deal broke down. Aul tasked the 16 Grenadiers to take Point 5240. They subsequently captured Point 5165 as well apparently to forestall their capture by Pakistanis.Thus, Point 5240 continues to be under Indian control.
Point 5240 provides "good" observation of the Pakistani supply route for Point 5353, according to the Indian defence ministry
In Indian schools its called "vijay" Thats how they have been winning for last 1000 years.Ah yes. The kargil war debate.
Where the Indians think they won the war by barely completing half of their objective, and where Pakistan still occupies several ex Indian peaks.
Point 5310 is more vital than 5353if you are going to quote Pravin sawhney do it properly.
Please give the rest of the article, where it specifically talks about the loss of point 5353 and how operation Vijay was in fact a failure
Don't celebrate too early. IA too have captured many of your peaks after the Kargil War and that too at dominating heightsIn Indian schools its called "vijay" Thats how they have been winning for last 1000 years.
Was not captured during the war. Captured during the skirmishes. By the way, do you really want to go onto the topic of said skirmishes where you lost 1800 soldiers?Point 5310 is more vital than 5353
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India has already successfully retaliated back by capturing Point 5310 which is located one kilometer deep on Pakistani side of LoC and is far more strategically important than 5353.Adopting and surviving under multiple fake IDs doesn't make you any more credible it just proves your desperation. Better read and learn and accept what your own Netas are telling you.