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Old Friday, December 10, 2010
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The Pakistan Military truly faced a major draw back in Kargil due to a number of reasons. Most importantly better planned Indian counter attack. Pakistan Army could not plan the whole Operation in a professional way and hence faced consequences.

Pervez Musharraf had always been planning an attack like Kargil, may be to as an act of vengeance for his 1987 defeat in Siachen. General Mirza A B also say that Musharraf had this plan in his mind during the times of BB, and his plan was bitterly opposed by her.

Pakistan Army was shelter-less to the Indian Airforce's bombardment during Operation Safed Sagar whereas Indian Army was conducting there successful Operation Vijay. It was also found out that a lot many soldiers of our NLI were disguised as Mujahideen but later revealed. The losses of Pakistan army were indeed drastic at the Tiger Hill.

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