It was 6th of September 1965 when Pakistanís armed forces faced off against Indiaís in the first full-scale war between the two countries. Much to the credit of the brave men (and women) in uniform that dayĖand for next 2-3 weeks following thatĖthe enemy attack on the City of Lahore was repulsed and theGeneral J. N. Chaudharyís dream of having his drink at Lahore Gymkhana on the evening of September the 6th was squashed.
An IAF Gun Camera picture of an attack on a railway yard in Pakistan under progress. The burning engine is visible at the top. The trail of dust across the railway line is a result of bullets hitting the ground.
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Artillery gun ready to go in to action, India launched an unsuccessful military operation to conquer Lahore, the Indian Army suffered heavy losses in all battles.
Indian tanks captured during the battle of Chawinda
Gen.Musa in the captured areas of Khem Karan
Field Marshal Ayub Khan awarding Nishan-e-Haider of Maj.Aziz Bhatti to his wife
Indian tanks left abandoned after they retreated, beaten badly in Chawinda Sector by Pak Army.
International news paper telling the facts
Pak Army troops posing infront of the captured Fort of Kishengarh.
Unable to face the attacks of Pak Army, the Indian troops retreated from Chammb Jurian.
Field Marshall Ayub Khan addressing the Pak Army troops.
The Pakistan Army did not take long in repulsing the Indian aggression, the fought with courage, determination, devotion and dedication. They were full of thrill and emotionally stirred up. They faught till the Indians were made to run back from the sacred territory of Pakistan. War continued for seventeen days and during the time they cooled down the Indian military, they prooved that altough they were less in number they are capable of facing the difficulty and defending their mother land.
zaburdast sharing hai
sheem pheli dafa koi changa kaam kia hay
Zaberdast mujhe fakhar hai k main pakistani hoon