Audacity, mistake… What did Pakistan say using Vajpayee’s name, Nawaz Sharif’s confession is sure to cause an uproar!

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Nawaz Sharif admitted that the country had violated the 1999 Lahore Declaration agreement with India. It was signed by Nawaz Sharif and then Indian Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee in 1999. He admitted that it was our mistake, indirectly referring to General Pervez Musharraf’s Kargil misadventure.

Pakistan’s biggest confession on Kargil has come out. Pakistan has accepted its mistake on Kargil. Pakistan’s ruling party PML Nawaz’s chief and former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif accepted that the country had violated the 1999 Lahore Declaration Agreement with India. It was signed in 1999 by Nawaz Sharif and then Prime Minister of India Atal Bihari Vajpayee. He indirectly admitted that it was our mistake while referring to the Kargil misadventure of General Pervez Musharraf.

“On May 28, 1998, Pakistan conducted five nuclear tests. After that, Vajpayee sahab came here and signed an agreement with us. But we violated that agreement, it was our mistake,” Sharif said at a meeting of his party. The Lahore Declaration was a peace agreement signed between the two warring neighbours on February 21, 1999, which called for maintaining peace and security and promoting people-to-people contacts, among other steps. However, a few months later, Pakistani intrusion into the Kargil district of Jammu and Kashmir led to the Kargil war.

In March 1999, Musharraf ordered covert infiltration of the army into the Kargil district in Ladakh. After New Delhi detected the infiltration, a full-scale war broke out and the Indian service inflicted a crushing defeat on Pakistan under Operation Vijay. A portion of Nawaz Sharif’s speech broadcast by the state-owned Pakistan Television Corporation (PTV) has gone viral on social media.

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