What was president Ayub Khan’s plan on the eastern front during the Indo-Pakistan war of 1965?

What was the role of Ayub Khan in 1965 war?

He launched Operation Gibraltar against India in 1965, leading to all-out war. However, with Soviet Union intervention in 1966, peace was negotiated and relations among the three nations improved. Domestically, Ayub subscribed to the laissez-faire policy of Western-aligned nations at the time.

Which agreement was signed at the end of the Indo Pak war of 1965?

Tashkent Agreement

Tashkent Declaration, also called Tashkent Agreement, accord signed on January 10, 1966, by India’s Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri (who died the next day) and Pakistan’s Pres.

What happened in Indo Pak war 1965?

The second Indo-Pak war began on 5th August 1965. This war was fought over Kashmir and was initiated by Pakistan when between 26000 and 33000 Pakistani troops dressed as locals crossed over to the Indian side of the Line of Control (LOC). The war ended on 23 September 1965.

What happened in 1965 in Pakistan?

The Indian forces intruded into Pakistani area in the Rann of Kutch in April 1965. In a sharp and short conflict, the Indian forces were ejected. Both the armies had fully mobilized, with eyeball to eyeball contact.

Why did Pakistan claim the 1965 war?

Both sides claimed victory in the air war; Pakistan claimed to have destroyed 104 enemy aircraft against its own losses of 19, while India claimed to have destroyed 73 enemy aircraft and lost 35 of its own. Despite the intense fighting, the conflict was effectively a stalemate. Neither side was able to achieve victory.

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