Kargil Vijay Diwas: On the occasion of Kargil Vijay Diwas, the country remembers the brave soldiers who liberated Kargil peaks from Pakistani soldiers and infiltrators. Pakistan imposed war on India in May 1999 by fraudulently entering Kargil. In this war that lasted about three months, the soldiers of Pakistan fled in front of the bravery of the Indian soldiers. Not only that, this war also brought down the political and diplomatic relations between the two countries to a lower level. However, then Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee believed that General Pervez Musharraf, who was the commander of the Pakistan Army at the time, was more responsible for this war than Nawaz Sharif.
Shakti Sinha, personal secretary of Atal Bihari Vajpayee, wrote this in his book Vajpayee: The Years In Which India Changed. According to the book, even during the Kargil War, there were 4 to 5 talks between Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Nawaz Sharif. On the basis of this, Atal Bihari Vajpayee believed that General Pervez Musharraf had implicated Nawaz Sharif in this war. Shakti Sinha wrote that RK Mishra, who was the head of the Observer Research Foundation, started talks with Backchannel during the Kargil War.
The Nawaz home was also spied on, which was a threat to the former Pakistani Prime Minister
In the book he wrote, “Nawaz Sharif’s condition seemed very weak. In a meeting, he told Mishra that let us go for a walk in the park. They suspected my house was being spied on. When Mishra told Vajpayee about this, he felt that Nawaz Sharif might be compelled because The situation.Not only that,Shakti Sinha says there are talks between Prime Minister Vajpayee and Nawaz Sharif 4 to 5 times.Then, on July 4, Nawaz Sharif told US President Bill Clinton that Pakistan will withdraw its forces from across the Line of Control.
When Vajpayee arrived in Srinagar and said Nawaz Sharif’s number
One of the conversations between Vajpayee and Nawaz Sharif was about 4 to 5 times when Vajpayee returned after visiting Kargil. Shakti Sinha writes, ‘On arrival in Srinagar, Vajpayee told me to assign Sharif’s number. My team and I tried to contact, but couldn’t. He then told a local official that there was a ban on matching numbers from Jammu and Kashmir to Pakistan. Then the telecom authorities were asked to relax for a while so that the two prime ministers could speak.