1999 India Successfully Took Command Of The High Outposts In Kargil.

In Kargil, The Indian Army Occupied All Of The Posts For 22 Years.

The War Started In The Kargil Area Of Jammu & Kashmir Between May And July Of 1999.

General Pervez Musharraf, Head Of The Pakistani Army, Lead The Battle.

Infiltration Locations Were Found, And "Operation Vijay" Was Launched By The Indian Army.

Nawaz Sharif, The Prime Minister Of Pakistan, Came To Washington To Request Help From The Us.

Until Then, U.S. President Bill Clinton Rejected Doing.