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By Rachna Bisht Rawat
On 1 September 1965, Pakistan invaded Chamb district in Jammu and Kashmir, triggering a sequence of tank battles, operations and counter-operations. It was once basically the bravery and well-executed strategic judgements of the warriors of the Indian military that countered the very genuine probability of wasting Kashmir to Pakistan. Recounting the battles fought through 5 diversified regiments, the narrative reconstructs the occasions of the 1965 Indo-Pakistan battle, outlining information by no means printed prior to, and recollects its unsung heroes.
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In summary they are, it appears, that Muslims get no fair deal under Hindus, that the Congress party is communal rather than nationalist, and that the Muslims are not a minority but a separate community. Such credos are the buttresses of the accepted Tory view in England that the British raj must continue to hold on in India if only to keep the peace. Also I have had a talk with Sir John Russell, director of the Roth Amsted Experimental Station near London and author of a report prepared in 1937 on the work of the Imperial Council of Agricultural Research in applying science to crop production in India.
Nor is it wise to make guesses from this scanty evidence regarding the ultimate nature of the proposed national plan. But the questions do suggest that the committee leaders are thinking along rather definite lines. They presumably conceive of the plan as an imposed program covering both the provinces and the native states. ” One large share of questions can be classified as essentially factsearching. These include inquiries into production in agriculture, forests and mines, cottage and large-scale industries, and services.
The Government of India Act of 1935 confers on India a measure of parliamentary democracy, a territorial selfgovernment built on Western models. To the Muslim League this is a disaster. Such a system in India, it believes, does not establish a government of the people, but creates a tyranny of numbers imposed by one nation on another. The League fears the Hindus are proceeding to take revenge for the thousand years they have been a subject people under Musalmans and British. The federal scheme envisioned by the 1935 Act includes so-called autonomous provincial governments—with strictly limited powers— and a central government in which the provinces and the Indian states will be represented.