History of Pakistan #01| When A General Refused Quaid-e-Azam’s Order

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History of Pakistan #01| When A General Refused Quaid-e-Azam's Order
History of Pakistan #01| When A General Refused Quaid-e-Azam's Order

History of Pakistan #01| When A General Refused Quaid-e-Azam’s Order 

As soon as Pakistan was formed, war broke out

History Of Pakistan  With the establishment of Pakistan, war broke out. There are very few countries in the world that fell victim to foreign attacks immediately after their establishment. Pakistan is also one of those countries. Only two months had passed since the establishment of Pakistan. History Of Pakistan  That India invaded Kashmir and pushed Pakistan into an unwelcome war. The story is that Kashmir was also part of more than 560 Indian states which after independence became part of either Pakistan or India. The border of Kashmir was with Pakistan and since there was a Muslim majority there, it was natural for Kashmir to join Pakistan. But the Maharaja of Kashmir, Hari Singh, conspired with India to support Pakistan in Kashmir.

The Kashmiris, realizing the Raja’s intentions, revolted against him. Thousands of tribesmen from Pakistan also came to the aid of their Kashmiri brothers. When the joint army of Kashmiris and tribesmen reached Srinagar, Raja Hari Singh fled to Delhi, where he signed a document to annex Kashmir to India. The army landed in Kashmir and captured Srinagar. At that time, the British army chief, General Douglas Gracie, who was deprived of Pakistan’s resources, refused to face India in Kashmir despite the clear orders of Quaid-e-Azam. History Of Pakistan 

When India consolidated its hold, General Gracie had no objection to sending troops to Kashmir. But it was obviously too late. Still, the Pakistan Army successfully defended Gilgit-Baltistan and Azad Kashmir. India took the matter to the United Nations. History Of Pakistan  The United Nations passed a resolution calling for a referendum in Kashmir. But injustice was done in the resolution that instead of declaring India an aggressor, Pakistan was told the opposite. That he called back the army from Kashmir. Quaid-e-Azam rejected this resolution, declaring it unjust. However, after his death, Prime Minister Liaquat Ali Khan agreed to a ceasefire under this resolution, and on January 1, 1949. There was a ceasefire in Kashmir. A newly independent state was suffering from gambling. The situation was so bad that another tragedy befell it.

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