I was talking about the Point 5353
the peak of 5353 lies on Pakistani side of LOC
Pakis should better start finding excuses to tell their jahil awaam that they are and will remain backward bcz within a decade gap will become so large that no monkey balancing will work.
Porkiland average time in schooling is 6.5 years (comparable to Somalia, Mali and other extremely poor, genocidal african countries) compared to 13 years in India. This alone shows why there is massive jaahiliat and inbreeding in porklok. This is also the reason why infant mortality rate is more than double that of India. This is also the reason why every Porki province has a HDI worse than Bihar - currently the worst HDI state in India. This is also the reason why Porkis are the highest UN sanctioned terrorists and why the jaahil population of Porkland believe everything their lying military says. It all boils down to the extremely low schooling years. It all starts from there.
There is zero chance that Porkis will ever be able to compete against Indians in education and health where India leads pakodastan by more than 2:1 and the gap is only widening in favor of India.
As to quote indianexpress
"While the point is clearly on the Indian side of the LoC, it remains in Pakistani control which has fortified it with reinforced bunkers and has even built a special road nearby to carry up supplies for soldiers."
"Praveen Swami, based on Army's one-inch maps, had estimated that the summit and southern side of Point 5353 were "unmistakenly on the Indian side of the LoC"."
""Artillery observers on peak 5,353 metres can direct accurate artillery fire on to up to 20 km of the National Highway 1A
, and cripple Indian defensive positions from Mushkoh to Bhimbet."
This prompted the then Indian Director General of Military Operations (DGMO) Nirmal Chander Vij
to issue a press release, with detailed maps and notes, in which he asserted that the LoC passes through Point 5353 as per the Simla Agreement
. "This point", he stated, "was never under our control either before or after Operation Vijay in Kargil."
However, Praveen Swami stood by his report, stating that The Hindu
had in its possession copies of the "army's own one-inch maps" as well as orders issued to the commanders to capture Point 5353 on 18 May, 1999. Swami then said that the "Army's denial" had answered "none" of the questions he had raised, starting from the "army's own one-inch maps", which he claimed showed the summit and southern side of Point 5353 to be "unmistakenly on the Indian side of the LoC"
Enjoy the read
Oh and you can edit your comments as much as you want. It won't make a difference considering I replied when you made all those racist remarks.
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