India is celebrating the 23rd anniversary of the #KargilVijayDiwas

On the 23rd of Kargil, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh pays tribute to soldiers who lost their lives in the 1999 Kargil War and lays a wreath at the National War Memorial in Delhi, KargilVijayDiwas

Throughout the 23rd Kargil Vijay Diwas celebrations, the Indian Army is hosting a number of events to pay respects and celebrate good over evil. A remembrance event is being held at the Kargil War Memorial in Dras in order to reawaken the pride and bravery of the soldiers who took part in Operation Vijay.

Details about the Kargil War

Between May 8 and July 26, 1999, Pakistani invaders were the target of this conflict. In the winters of 1998, Pakistani invaders crossed the Line of Control (LOC) into Indian territory and took control of reinforced defences that overlooked the NH 1A in the Dras, Kargil, and Batalik Sectors of the Ladakh area. When “Operation Vijay” began, India had about 200,000 soldiers on the ground.


Since their goal was to control all military and civilian traffic on the route, according to the Indian Army. And with unwavering gallantry and zeal, the Indian Army troops attacked well-defended regions while enduring hardships and harsh weather conditions. They were able to achieve a stunning triumph.

The Indian Army disclosed specifics on the operations and noted that despite suffering significant losses, the soldiers frequently launched audacious assaults while coming under artillery and small-arms fire.

Due to the valiant acts, astonishing bravery, and unwavering resolve of our warriors during the 55-day fight, the enemy forces were compelled to retire and abandon defence emplacements.

Celebrations at the Kargil War Memorial have been planned by the Indian Army, and according to Maj Gen Nagendra Singh, General Officer