Published on 20 Jan 2014 | over 3 years ago
In part 2 of the Kargil War The show draws out the contours of the war as India cleared one hill top after another of the Pakistani intruders. The implications of the intercepted telephonic conversations, made public, between Gen. Pervez Musharraf and Gen. Md. Aziz. How the Government of India used open media coverage to swing international opinion in its favour and how the Electronic media came of age during the Kargil war. In this episode we look at the bravery of the Indian soldiers and how they regained Tiger Hill and how the Indian Navy patrolled the Sea coast of Pakistan to cut off supplies and aid coming in from outside. The show also tells us how mounting losses in battle pressure from the US forced Pakistan to announce a humiliating and unequivocal withdrawal of all Pakistani troops from the heights of Kargil.
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