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3 Times Indian Army Made The Nation Proud

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By Author: Rahul Sharma
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Protecting our nation against no matter what comes, the Indian army has sacrificed many of its loyal and chivalrous personnel to keep the nation safe. There were times when it was neither well nor heavily fully equipped as it is today. But our army never lost any of its grounds and snatched victory out of the impossible. Given below are three such events that are witness to the upper hand that Indian Army personnel always have solely because of their sheer bravery and superior war tactics. You can read more about such events to improve your preparations before you Join Indian Army Recruitment 2019.

1.Annexation of Goa
Codenamed as “Operation Vijay”, Goa’s annexation by Indian government happened in the year of 1961, bringing an end to the 450 years long occupation of Portugues rule in Goa. After getting its independence in the year 1947, the government of India made it a point that any traces of colonial occupations should be brought to an end. In a bid to do so, Indian armed forces were deployed to liberate Goa and Dama & Diu from Portugal occupation, under the command of Kunhiraman Palat Candeth. The armed forced carried all three major strikes- by land, water, and air- and finally, after a military engagement that lasted for two days, the areas were taken over by the Indian Army.

2.Indo-Pakistani War of 1965
Since the two nations got their independence from the hands of British rule, multiple futile efforts have been made by our north-western neighbor. The war of 1965 war was one such event. The war 0f ‘65 was important in many ways. Not only it revealed the malicious intentions of Pakistan to occupy and rule Kashmir on a global scale, but it also informed both the countries about the ever-shaking support and interests of western powers in the conflicts involving the sub-continent. In August 1965, the Indian Army was informed by Kashmir locals about a movement involving about 33,000 Pakistan soldiers dressed as locals. Armies of both nations then started gaining important strategic grounds as the events escalated. Ayub Khan, then military dictator and later president of Pakistan, miscalculated the secularity of India and its armed forces when he infamously remarked that “Hindu morale would not stand more than a couple of hard blows at the right time and place”. Soon, the armies jumped into action, giving birth to what became the “largest engagement of armored vehicles and the largest tank battle since World War II”. Though the engagement didn't end into any decisive victory, the end result could be determined by a statement that published in America's Time’s Magazine, given by a western official,
which read:

Now it's apparent to everybody that India is going to emerge as an Asian power in its own right.

3.Bangladesh Liberation War
What sparked this war were the efforts of Western Pakistan’s Army to locate and eliminate eastern Pakistan’s nationals who were involved in Bangladesh's liberation movements. Following the events that witnessed genocide of millions of Bangladeshis, about 30 million of our eastern neighbors fled their country to take refuge in India. Indira Gandhi, then Prime Minister of India, concluded that it was “economically” better for India to go in war with Pakistan, than handling such an influx of foreign immigrants. Finally, on 3 December 1971, India joined the war, and using its political and armed prowess, forced Pakistan to give up eastern Pakistan, known today as Bangladesh. Indian army was successful in bringing Pakistan's army to its knees, and the world got to witness the biggest army surrender (93,000 Pakistani were taken prisoners), since World War II.

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