Pak army retreated again, why did India remember that historic surrender of Pakistan in front of India?

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Islamabad : Pakistan’s high voltage drama seems to be stopping now. At present, there is news that law enforcement agencies have gone back from the residence of former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan Niazi in Lahore. After the army returned, PTI supporters outside Zaman Park cheered and celebrated ‘Chasing the Rangers’. Earlier in the morning, the police and Rangers continued the efforts started on Tuesday to arrest the PTI chief in the Toshakhana case. However, he faced stiff opposition from PTI workers. The law enforcement personnel retreated after party supporters pelted stones at them. People on social media are comparing the current situation with the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971 when a huge Pakistani army surrendered to India. In such a situation, it is very important to know what happened in Pakistan today and what is that 52 years old story?

The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) on Wednesday alleged that the Zaman Park residence of party chief Imran Khan in Lahore was attacked. The party posted footage of armed law enforcement personnel firing amid fresh attempts to arrest Imran in the Toshakhana case. In a tweet from its official account, PTI shared a video alleging ‘open firing by Rangers and police’ without specifying when the video was shot, reported Dawn news. It added that Zaman Park is ‘under extreme attack’. Television footage showed police firing, lathi-charging and firing tear gas shells at the protesters, Dawn reported.

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Police of two provinces face to face?

On the other hand, Information Minister in the Government of Pakistan, Maryam Aurangzeb, claimed on Wednesday that Imran Khan was using the ‘Gilgit-Baltistan Police’ to ‘attack the Punjab Police’. In fact, there is a PTI government in Gilgit-Baltistan which is under illegal occupation of Pakistan. On this basis, Maryam Aurangzeb alleged that a large number of Gilgit police force has been deployed outside Imran’s house, which is preventing the Punjab Police from following the court’s order.

Pakistani army retreated once again

A civil war-like situation had developed in Pakistan on Wednesday. Not only did a large number of Imran supporters clash with the Pakistani Rangers, but if the allegations are to be believed, the police of the two provinces of the country also came face to face. Stone pelting continued in Pakistan for about 20 hours and petrol bombs were also used in which a large number of people were injured. At the moment the truth is that the Pakistani army had to retreat. People in Pakistan are comparing it with the Indo-Pak war of 1971.

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People remembered the war of 1971

Sharing a video of Pak Rangers on Twitter, a user from Pakistan wrote, ‘In 1971, 93000 soldiers of Pakistan Army were forced to surrender by the Indian Army. He is only brave for his people. The only Muslim army to surrender in history. Embarrassing.’ The Twitter handle named ‘Pakistan Untold’ wrote, ‘Interesting incidents are happening outside Imran Khan’s house. The Punjab Police arrived to arrest Imran but the Imran-ruled state police pointed guns at them. For the first time, the police of two states pointed guns at each other like the armies of two enemy countries. All the symptoms of 1971 are visible. Pakistan’s economic expert Uzair Yunus wrote about the whole development, ‘This is the biggest threat to the unity of Pakistan since 1971.’

93 thousand Pak soldiers had surrendered

Despite all the peace efforts of India in the year 1971, on December 3, Pakistan attacked Indian Air Force bases. After this India directly got involved in this fight. This fight lasted for 13 days and on 16 December 1971 at 4:35 pm, 93 thousand soldiers of Pakistan had to surrender before the Indian Army. India changed the map of the world with the end of this war and the country called Bangladesh came into existence. Take of Pakistan General Niazi took India’s Signed the surrender documents in front of General Jagjit Singh Arora, whose historical picture is still the most convincing proof of Pakistan’s defeat.