Operation Gibraltar: Pakistani troops who infiltrated Kashmir | September 6: Indian army gives appropriate response to Pakistani operation Gibraltar

New Delhi: The sixth day of the ninth month of the year reminds us of the value of the military in the history of the country. In fact, Pakistan’s Operation Gibraltar had given an appropriate response on September 6, 1965 by the Indian Army.

Operation Gibraltar was the key word in Pakistan’s strategy of infiltrating Jammu and Kashmir to start a revolt against Indian rule. If successful, Pakistan hoped to regain control of Kashmir, but for this the campaign turned out to be a major failure. In response, Indian troops intervened on September 6, 1965. Finally, war broke out and India defeated Pakistan in a big way.

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Other important events recorded on September 6 in history
On September 6, 1522, the first ship to sail the land on the way to the sea returned to Victoria in Spain.

In 1901, William McKinley, the 25th President of the United States, was shot dead by an anarchist in New York. He died after struggling for 8 days between life and death.

In 1970, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine hijacked four airplanes from airports in Europe. The hijackers took these planes to Jordanian and Egyptian airports. In exchange for the 382 hostages taken hostage, they demanded the release of three people imprisoned in Switzerland.

On this day in 1991, the second largest city in Russia, sometimes referred to as St. Petersburg, sometimes Petrograd, sometimes Leningrad, returned to its old name in St. Petersburg.

In 2018, the country’s highest court mutually ruled out same-sex relationships between adults as a crime and called British-era law a violation of the right to equality.

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