Who won 71 war?
This year marks the 50th anniversary of India’s victory over Pakistan in the 1971 war, which saw the creation of Bangladesh. India declared victory over Pakistan on December 16, 1971, after the Pakistani armed forces surrendered.
Why did Pakistan lost the 1971 war?
New Delhi [India], December 16 (ANI): Pakistan Army was trained and equipped as much as the Indian Army but they lost the war because they lacked character, said Lt Colonel (Retd) Quazi Sajjad Ali Zahir, a decorated Mukti Yodha today, claiming that then Pakistani Army Commander was involved in the prostitution business …
Who won 1999 war?
As India witnessed television grabs of its army men in Kargil fighting Pakistan, ‘Operation Vijay’ was termed successful on this day 22 years ago when India won a decisive victory. While PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee declared the operation successful on July 14, the operation was officially declared closed on July 26, 1999.
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Who attacked first in 1971 war?
50 years ago, on the eve of December 3, 1971, Pakistan launched a series of air strikes against Indian air bases in the Western Sector, thus signalling the official beginning of the third Indo-Pak War.
Who supported India in 1971 war?
On August 9, 1971, India signed a ‘Peace and Friendship’ treaty with the Soviet Union to lay the foundations of a glorious victory in the war for liberation of Bangladesh that took place three months later.
Who won the war of Kargil?
the Indian Army
The army’s official Twitter handle put out a video to mark 22 years of the war, stating that 26 July “epitomises the saga of the valour of soldiers.” “During the Kargil War, the gallant soldiers of the Indian Army triumphed over the Pakistani invaders with undaunted courage and determination,” tweeted @adgpi.