Suchetgarh Agreement

1972 – Pakistani Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi sign an agreement on the principles that will govern relations in the Indian city of Simla. “In recent years, this has become a trend. We cultivate and sow our farms, but at harvest time we have to run all our lives to escape the shooting and shooting,” he said when a group of peasants nodded favorably. Due to the frequentity of border farms, agriculture quickly becomes unprofitable, then there are wild animals that cause serious damage to our crops, and we cannot stay on our farms after sunset. But after the 1962 war, Pakistan had begun to make some cartographic changes to the ceasefire line, soon reflected by the U.S. Defense Mapping Agency, a global mapping scale. Between 1964 and 1972, Pakistan began to present the ceasefire line in such a way that it stretched from NJ9842 to a point west of the Karakorum Pass, and not to the north, as the agreement said. Global mountaineering maps soon began to present it as the authentic and internationally accepted CFL-LoC, supported by mountaineering legends. New Delhi. 30 years ago, around 6 a.m. on April 13, 1984, Captain Sanjay Kulkarni (now Lieutenant General) and another army soldier jumped on the very snowy Bilafond La (17,881 ft), a tactically important pass on rang Saltoro (a very likely intrusion route into the Siachen glaciers on the POK side), a single-engine, Indian Air Force (IAF) floating Cheetah helicopter. These two men were the first of the 29 soldiers of the 4th Kumaon Regiment to be deployed by the pards of no.

114 HU of the IAF were dropped by helicopter on the Bilafond La (butterfly neck in balti language) who carried out about 17 missions over the next six to seven hours on that fateful day of Baisakhi. Later in the afternoon, even when a snowstorm arrived, Captain Kulkarni planted the first Indian flag on the pass, thus beginning the capture of a 110 km ridge line from saltoro that lay west of the 76 km Siachen Glacier in a joint military operation army and air force called Operation Meghdoot, which continues until today…