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How India threatened Lahore to stop Pakistan’s moves in Jammu and Kashmir
Named Operation Riddle, the plan was to launch an offensive across the international border in Lahore and Sialkot sectors.
Nitin A Gokhale
· Aug 28, 2015 · 02:30 pm