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Indo-Pakistani War of 2016
July 24th, 2016 — September 3rd, 2016
India, Pakistan, China (border clashes)
India and Pakistan stalemate
Ceasefire introduced by the United Nations
India takes all of Kashmir and parts of Punjab
Intervention by United States-Russia pact.
Border Security Forces (BSF)
Supported by Russia China
Inter-Service Intelligence (ISI)
Supported by Saudi Arabia Turkey (alleged)
POK Lt Btys
Casualties and losses
8,000 men killed or captured
500 tanks captured or destroyed
110-113 aircraft destroyed
67,000 Civilian casualties
16,230 men killed or captured
45,000 Civilian casualties
The Indo-Pakistani War of 2016 was a massive military conflict between the the nations of India and Pakistan. The war took places between July and September of 2016
The cause of the war started when Pakistani Army launched an ambitious assault on the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. Soon after the assault. On the same day, an Inter-Service Intelligence (ISI)- supported terrorist group know as, Islamic Republic, attacked Mumbai. Both the assault on Kashmir and the terrorist attack killed over 16,000 Indian civilians. The Indian Army, later on supported by the Indian Air Force, responded with the Invasion of Pakistan.