#KashmirBlackDay: Pakistan’s first audacity on this day was reminded by India

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#KashmirBlackDay: Pakistan’s first audacity on this day was reminded by India

As soon as India became independence and Pakistan, the Muslims in Poonch refused to pay tax to The Hindu ruler of Kashmir Hari Singh and started rebelling against him. Hindus and Sikhs from Pakistan had brought with them a plethora of stories of violence, which led to clashes between the two communities.

Since the Indo-Pak partition, the two countries have been well-known, but October 22, 1947 was the day when Pakistan tried to do the first double courage against India. On this day, Pak had sent its tribal invaders to Kashmir and on October 27, 1947, Indian troops first stepped into the valley to flush them out.

Since then, Kashmiris have been celebrating October 27 as Black Day. But this year, the Ministry of Culture is trying to change this negative. October 22 is being identified as a day when the Pakistani offensive on Kashmir began. Because the first day was the stage punishment for the Indo-Pak war.

As soon as India became independence and Pakistan, the Muslims in Poonch refused to pay tax to The Hindu ruler of Kashmir Hari Singh and started rebelling against him. Hindus and Sikhs from Pakistan had brought with them a plethora of stories of violence, which led to clashes between the two communities. A large number of people were killed.

Trains closed by Pakistan

However, Hari Singh did not want to include Kashmir in Pakistan nor in India but it did not happen. There were several trade agreements with Pakistan, but due to differences, when Pakistan did not get petrol for transport, it stopped train services from Sialkot to Jammu.

The situation worsened and the situation became dangerous for Hari Singh and his small army by half of October.

On October 22, thousands of tribal invaders crossed Muzaffarabad, Domel and other places and took to the streets of Srinagar and crossed hari singh’s state posts. The Kashmir army was very small, even as Muslim soldiers joined hands with the attackers.

According to the defence ministry’s official history of the war, “the invaders’ plan was clever and initially they did it well. The main attack on the motor road. The attackers had rifles and other weapons, the security forces had some light machine guns and about 300 lorries,” he said.

Evidence of the lie and lies of baking

Pakistan said it had nothing to do with the attack, but the evidence used to say something else. Even Pakistan Army Major-General Akbar Khan himself has given evidence in his book Raiders of Kashmir. Indian military history says the attack was planned by the Pakistani army two months ago and was named as Operation Gulmarg.

On the night of October 26-27, Pak-backed assailants attacked Baramulla and then targeted St. Joseph Convent and Hospital on October 27.

The killings in the attack have been mentioned by British journalist Andrew Whitehead in ‘A Mission in Kashmir’. He also wrote that the tribals were ‘uncontrollable people’ and ‘they went on looting’

In 15 days, the Indian Army overturned.

A day after Hari Singh signed documents to enter India, Indian troops arrived here on October 27 to exclude the invaders.

The fighting between the soldiers and the invaders followed and the Indian Army took control of 8 November at Srinagar, Baramulla on November 9 and URI by November 13.

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