INDO-PAKISTANI WAR DEMONSTRATORS & NEGOTIATIONS Outside The Hindustan Times (a leading Indian newspaper), Indians rally the Indo-Pakistani War. Meanwhile, Indian Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri, U.N. Secretary General U Thant, and unidentified Pakistani officials meet separately to discuss the conflict circa 1965.
PAKISTANI POLITICIAN An unknown Pakistani politician on the Indo-Pakistani War: "The first challenge is posed by India's hostility, which has been mounting ever since she started receiving massive arms from some our of friends and allies."
GERALD FORD ON INDO-PAKISTANI WAR House Minority Leader Gerald Ford on the Indo-Pakistani War circa 1965: "Both countries are now at war in a senseless, armed showdown that endangers peace throughout the world."
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