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Tango0109 Dec 2019 9:52 p.m. PST

"With the celebration of September 6, the brave citizens of Sialkot and Chawinda sacrificed their lives to repulse the major Indian army attack during the Indo-Pak War on September 6, 1965 and stories of their empty-handed fight with a regular army are still alive and recalled on the day.

A report aired by ptv news channel said, the 1965 Pakistan-India War is famous for the heroic defence of the motherland by the country's armed forces after India launched a surprise attack on September 6.

The city of Sialkot in Pakistan was one of the cities, which the Indians had planned to use as a base for further operations within Pakistan, once captured. The town of Chawinda lies a few miles from the main city and was the centre of the action…"
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