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It has been informed that the remains of PNS Ghazi, the first fast-attack submarine of Pakistan Navy, discovered in the waters of Visakhapatnam, might soon be turned into a tourist attraction in the city. The submarine, which was Pakistan’s flagship underwater vessel, took part in several wars including the Indo-Pak war in 1971, during which the submarine sank in the waters near the Visakhapatnam harbour. Historians claim the sinking of Ghazi to be a notable event and as one of the biggest mysteries of the 1971 war with Indian and Pakistan sources having different views behind the reason for its sinking. "PNS Ghazi has been located near the entrance of the city’s port, at a depth of 28m from the sea surface. While the divers of Indian Navy have been conducting regular dives here, further details are yet to be studied. We need to discuss with the concerned authorities and decide how to take this further and help Vizag gain another feather in its cap of the tourism industry.” What does PNS Ghazi hold for Vizag.
Indo-Pakistani relations deteriorated again when civil war erupted in Pakistan, pitting the West Pakistan army against East Pakistanis demanding autonomy and later independence. The fighting forced an estimated 10 million East Pakistani civilians to flee to India. In December India invaded East Pakistan in support of the East Pakistani people. The Indian army proved too strong for Pakistani army as a result of which, Pakistani army surrendered at Dhaka and its army of more than 90,000 became Indian prisoners of war. East Pakistan became the independent country of Bangladesh on 6 December 1971. Regional tensions were reduced by the Simla accord of 1972 and by Pakistan's recognition of Bangladesh in 1974.
1971 indo Pak War Battle of Longewallah Rare footage 1971 Indo Pak War vintage video The Battle of Longewala (4-7 December 1971) was one of the first major engagements in the western sector during the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971, fought between assaulting Pakistani forces and Indian defenders at the Indian border post of Longewala, in the Thar Desert of Rajasthan state in India.
Battle of Longewala 1971, border post of Laungewala, in the Thar Desert of Rajasthan state in India. It was Indian Army's 23rd battalion, Punjab Regiment, commanded by Major Kuldip Singh Chandpuri. Being outnumbered by the approaching Pakistani troops who were 2000 in numbers comparing with a small number of 200. Major Kuldip Chandpuri decided to fight while asking for reinforcement. Reinforcement in the form of Airforce was only only possible next day and until then Major Kuldip Chandpuri and his team had to tactfully face the enemy army. Lance Naik Mathura Das of 23rd Punjab Regiment, Indian Armed Forces, with the help of R C L jeep destroyed amny of the enemy tanks boosting the morale of the force. Using all his years of experience he tactfully kept the Pakistani army baffled thinking that the Indian troops were in large number. Next day Airforce took in air and managed to hit the enemy troops who were so confused that they lost the plot and fled the battlefield leaving behind their tanks and trucks. Pakistan tanks and trucks are now on display at Laungewala and in a museum outside Jaisalmer in Rajasthan of India. Major Kuldip Chanduri was honoured with the highest accolade, Maha Vir Chakra and other army members also honoured.
Bangladesh Liberation War 1971: Freedom's Arms It was truly a fight between the David and the Goliath in 1971. The Mukti Bahini fighters fought the war with a motley collection of age old and tattered arms against the mighty Pakistan army, supposedly one of the best at that time.
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