Mamata Banerjee Remembers Brave Soldiers, Hails Tashkent Agreement Signed Post 1965 India-Pakistan War
Mamata Banerjee (Photo Credits: PTI/File)

Kolkata, January 10: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Thursday remembered the soldiers who laid down their lives during the India-Pakistan war in 1965, following which the Tashkent Agreement was signed on this day.

"On this day in 1966, Tashkent Agreement was signed by Lal Bahadur Shastri and Ayub Khan, ending the war between Pakistan and India. Homage to all the soldiers who laid down their lives for the country. Jai Hind," Banerjee tweeted. Mamata Banerjee Can be First Bengali to Become Prime Minister, Says West Bengal BJP Chief Dilip Ghosh.

The 1965 armed conflict between India and Pakistan was formally brought to an end by signing this agreement at Tashkent on January 10, 1966.