On the Shimla accord table in 1971, political leaders lost the war: Anil Vij

Haryanas home and health minister Anil Vij announced on Thursday that the then political leaders had ended the 1971 war on the Shimla Agreement table by exchanging Pakistans prisoners of war (POWs) without any talks regarding Kashmir.

AMBALA: Haryana's home and health minister Anil Vij announced on Thursday that the then political leaders had ended the 1971 war on the Shimla Agreement table by exchanging Pakistan's prisoners of war (POWs) without any talks regarding Kashmir.The politicians at the table of the Shimla Agreement, Ani Vij tweeted, lost the war won by soldiers on the battlefield in 1971.We (India) had 93,000 prisoners of war (POW), and we might have taken POK (Pakistan Occupied Kashmir) in exchange for releasing them, but we didn't make a deal.This was a huge error, which we are still struggling with today.

Anil Vij said to the media in Ambala, without naming any leaders of that period: We should have done negotiations with Pakistan in exchange for the release of their POWs, but we did not do so and released their POWs, he said.This was a major tremble of the time.Our troops are still in Pakistan's jails, and the politicians before them haven't met for talks.In the Shimla settlement, we lost the war on the battlefield.

He should firstly investigate all the facts connected to this issue and then tweet.It has become his custom to tweet ineffectively.The Indian Army had defeated Pakistan in the war because of then Prime Minister (PM) Indira Gandhi of Congress.After this war, Bangladesh was incorporated, and Pakistan surrendered with 93,000 troops.

Vajpayee Ji has described Indira Gandhi as Durga, despite being in the opposition, according to Rohit Jain.Jain said on the one hand, the country as a whole, including the Prime Minister and the President, are celebrating the Vijay Diwas, and that Haryana home minister Anil Vij is attempting to deceive people by tweeting absurdly.Anil Vij should apologise to the country as a result of his tweet, according to Jain, otherwise the Congress will openly oppose him.Vij also tweets in such a way that he remains in the limelight, according to Jain, and they do not suit the states home minister, who should keep the truth to the public.

Surjewala said on Thursday that the Modi government and Bhajpai (BJP leaders) are not dissuading from their cheap politics.The PM and the Bangladeshi people didn't even mention Indira Gandhi, the Iron Lady of the 1971 war, on the 50th anniversary of Bangladesh's independence, which is an example of their frustrated and narrow attitude.#Bangladesh.

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