Fourth Indo-Pakistani War
Clockwise from top left; An Indian soldier evacuating civilians during the 2025 New Delhi chemical attacks, a Pakistani soldier under fire during the Battle of Lahore, Islamabad burning due to a bombing run, Indian troops patrolling Islamabad following it's fall.
Date July 22nd, 2025 - September 15th, 2027
Location India, Pakistan
Status Over
Pakistan annexed by India
Flag of India India Flag of Pakistan Pakistan


Flag of Lashkar-e-Taiba.svg Lashkar-e-Taiba

ISIS flag Islamic State of Iraq and Syria

Flag of India Narendra Modi

Flag of India Dalbir Singh Suhag

Flag of Pakistan Sardar Jalbani (POW)

Flag of Lashkar-e-Taiba.svg Hafiz Muhammad Saeed †

2,000,000 700,000
Casualties and losses
30,000 400,000

The Fourth Indo-Pakistani War was a war fought between the Republic of India and the Islamic Republic of Pakistan (in addition to various Islamic terrorist organizations).

The war stemmed from the 2025 New Delhi chemical attacks in which a biological weapon was detonated in the streets of New Delhi by PIC agents, killing 10,000 civilians and police. Shortly aftwards, the Pakistani Army moved troops across the border and Pakistan was subsequently invaded by India.

The war effectively ended in 2027 when, following two years of bombardments on Islamabad, Indian soldiers breached the city and captured the President and all government officials by the end of the week. In 2028, Pakistan was officially annexed into India.

Map of India and surrounding countries

Map of India as of 2028 (India and controlled territories in gold)