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Chronology of Events:


The First 30 Years of Indo - Pak Relations


Constant Peace Efforts by India

18 Jul 1949 :
Joint military conference between India and Pakistan commenced in Karachi to decide on a cease-fire line in the State of Jammu & Kashmir.

26 Jul 1949 :
Agreement reached on a ceasefire line in Kashmir in the joint military talks held in Karachi.

06 Jan 1950 :
Prime Minister Nehru disclosed that he had proposed to Pakistan that they could ban war as a method of solving their problems.

15 Sep 1950 :
Justice Sir Owen Dixon submitted his report to Security Council which said that Pakistan violated international law by crossing the boundary.

05 Jul 1951 :
Violation of Kashmir cease-fire line : India complained of violations by Pakistan to the Security Council.

06 Mar 1965:
India protested to the Security Council against Pakistan's progressive annexation of areas of Kashmir under its illegal occupation.

05 Apr 1965 :
Pakistan gave away over 2000 sq. miles of Indian territory in Kashmir to China under the Sino-Pak boundary agreement.

17 Apr 1965 :
Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri repeated his 'no-war pact' offer to Pakistan.

23 Apr 1965 :
Pakistan launched an assault along a 60 mile front from Ding to Chhad in the Rann of Kutch.

05 Aug 1965:
Pak infiltrators crossed into Indian territory all along the 470 mile cease fire line in Kashmir.

21 Aug 1965 :
Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri blamed Pakistan for sending 3,000 to 4,000 infiltrators into Kashmir and warned of an attack if aggression did not stop.

01 Sep 1965 :
Pakistanis launched a large-scale attack on Chhamb and Jaurian across the international border of Jammu and Kashmir.

05 Sep 1965 :
Fighting broke out between India and Pakistan on the western border.
President Ayub Khan sent telegram to UNSG saying that people of Kashmir have taken to arms against Indian tyranny.

10 Jan 1966 :
A 10 point Agreement (Tashkent Declaration) signed on January 10, 1966 by which India and Pakistan re-affirmed their obligations under the UN Charter not to have recourse to force and to settle their disputes through peaceful means without prejudice to their basic positions on the Kashmir issue.

06 Jan 1968 :
Government of India expelled M.M. Ahmed, the counsellor in the Pakistan High Commission, for distributing money and arms to subversive elements in India.

15 Aug 1968:
Prime Minister Mrs. Indira Gandhi appealed to the Pakistan President to reconsider a 'No-war Pact' with India.

01 Sep 1968 :
Pakistan President Mohammed Ayub Khan rejected India's offer of a 'No-war Pact'.

24 Jan 1971 :
India declared Zafar Iqbal Rathod, First Secretary in the Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi, persona non grata. He was asked to leave the country within 48 hours for his involvement in the plot to organise violence and sabotage in Kashmir.

03 Dec 1971:
Pakistan launched a premediatated air strike at 5.45 pm on a number of Indian airfields. Pakistan army shelled Indian positions in the western sector.

16 Dec 1971 :
Prime Minister Mrs. Indira Gandhi announced in Parliament that West Pakistan forces in Bangladesh had surrendered unconditionally in Dacca at 4.31 pm. Lt. General Niazi signed the instrument of surrender on behalf of the Pakistan Eastern Command. Lt General JS Aurora, GOC-in-C of the Indian and Bangladesh Forces in the eastern front accepted the surrender.

17 Dec 1971 :
India ordered a unilateral ceasefire on the western front.

10 Dec 1971:
Representatives of Army Chiefs of India and Pakistan reached an agreement on the procedure for the delineation of the line of control in Jammu and Kashmir as it resulted from the ceasefire of December 17, 1971. Meeting held at Suchetgarh (Jammu).

11 Dec 1971 :
Agreement on the Delineation of Line of Control in J & K reached in accordance with the Simla Agreement. Maps initialled by Lt Gen PS Bhagat and Lt Get Abdul Hamid Khan at Suchet Garh.

06 - 08 Feb 1978 :
Indian Foreign Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee paid a goodwill visit to Pakistan.

02 Oct 1981 :
In a speech at the UN General Assembly, Pak FM Agha Shahi referred to Kashmir and said "the only outstanding dispute pertains to J&K which should be resolved in the spirit of Simla Agreement and in the light of relevant UN agreements".

 

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