Every 26th July India celebrates the Kargil Vijay Diwas. It has been 23 years since we have been recalling those memories of the brutal war initiated by Pakistan against India. Obviously we won, no need to mention that.
But, a lot of Indian Army jawans sacrificed their lives for the country. And, India celebrated this day to recall their sacrifices and dignity. This day is celebrated on 26th July every year in India.
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On this day, the Kargil war was fought between the armies of India and Pakistan in the year 1999, which lasted for about 60 days and ended on 26 July and India won. Kargil Victory Day This day is celebrated to honor the martyred Indian soldiers in the war.
1. Why is Kargil Vijay Diwas Celebrated in India?
Kargil Victory Day is a very important day for all the citizens of independent India. Kargil Vijay Diwas 2021, Kargil War: July 26 is celebrated as Kargil Vijay Diwas to mark India's victory over Pakistani forces on the Kargil heights. On this day, the fallen heroes of the Indian Army are remembered who lost their lives back in 1999 to ensure India's win over Pakistan
2. How many years of Kargil Vijay Diwas?
The Kargil Vijay Diwas has been celebrated for 23 years in the memory of the Kargil event. The day is celebrated to recall the sacrifices made by Indian soldiers during the war between India & Pakistan. It has been 23 years since the war and still no one has forgotten the sacrifices committed by the Indian Army Jawans.
3. Who started the Kargil War?
In 1999, Pakistani forces started advancing the positions in Northern regions of Kargin District. India has always been reactive in this nature. As you all know India has never advanced any such bullshit throughout its history.
India never initiated a war in any circumstances, but external forces made it to take harsh decisions. Even in the case of Kargil, the Pakistani Army initiated the things and then Indian Army showed them their place. The Indian Army is so good at protecting the country's interests and every Indian should be proud of it.
They setback the brutal attacks by Pakistanis and secured the Kargil. Some jawans sacrificed their lives for India. And, We Indians do celebrate this day in the memories of sacrifices committed by our soldiers.
The current government is not reactive, so neighboring countries should behave accordingly. This time there will be proactive actions. The lion is back in his originality. He will roar now.