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Ex-ISI Lt Gen debunks Pakistan’s claims on Kargil war
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New Delhi, Jan 27 (Agencies): Debunking Pakistan’s claims about Kargil war, former ISI Lieutenant General Shahid Aziz has stated that there were no mujahideen in 1999’s war that he has described as a meaningless “misdeed” by Pakistan.

In a scathing hint at Pakistan’s ongoing misadventures along the LoC, the former ISI official wrote, “ Medals for some, few songs, a cross road renamed, and of course annual remembrance day and a memorial for those who sacrificed their tomorrow for our today; thus preparing more war fodder for our continuing misadventures”.

“Kargil, like every other meaningless war that we have fought, brings home lessons we continue to refuse to learn. Indeed, our children penning down our misdeeds with their blood!” In an honest critique on Kargil conflict in a Pak daily, Lt. General Aziz, who headed the Inter Services Intelligence (ISI)’s Analysis Wing during the war, said that Pakistan has been fighting “meaningless wars and refuses to learn the lessons”.

“There were no mujahideen, only taped wireless messages, which fooled no one. Our soldiers were made to occupy barren ridges, with hand held weapons and ammunition”, he wrote.

The former ISI official has minced no words in accusing General Pervez Musharraf of initiating the war that was “an unsound military plan based on invalid assumptions, launched with little preparations” to “seek personal glory” and then indulging in a “cover-up” by stopping a study commenced by GHQ.

“Our leaders seek personal glory and desire honour in the eyes of other nations... It certainly wasn’t a defensive manoeuvre. There were no indications of an Indian attack.”

“General Musharraf had put a tight lid on Kargil. His cover-up was revealed many years later, on publication of his book,” wrote Lt. Gen Aziz.

The former ISI General who retired as Commander of IV corps in Lahore in 2005, also goes on to say that Pakistan had violated the Simla Agreement by capturing “800 sq kms of area” along LoC. “To say that occupying empty spaces along the Line of Control was not a violation of any agreement and came under the purview of the local commander is astounding. This area was with the Indians as a result of Simla Agreement, and there had been no major violation of the Line of Control since 1971”, he writes.

“The entire planning and execution was done in a cavalier manner, in total disregard of military convention”, Aziz added.

Indicating the recent beheading of Indian troops by Pakistani soldiers on the LoC that caused much uproar and strained Indo-Pak ties to another low, the former Lt. General wrote, “We continue to indulge in bloody enterprises, under the hoax of safeguarding national interest”.
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News Updated at : Sunday, January 27, 2013
 
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