It is interesting to note that if the Pakistani army first lent its costume, then the Pakistani army would have reached there before India. Thanks to the Indian intelligence service. The cost of being on the glacier is high for both countries, but it represents a larger part of Pakistan`s economy. Over the years, India has established firm positions on the ground. On 12 December, an avalanche killed six Indian soldiers in the Hanif sub-sector in the turtuk region when troops from the 1st Assam Regiment moved between posts.   In 2012, 12 Indian soldiers died in hostile weather conditions.  Siachen`s relations with India have been the main effects of this conflict. Although relations between the two countries have not been friendly in terms of independence. In the past, the Kashmir problem, disputes over water, active participation in the Cold War and the wars of 1965 and 1971 were bitter facts before the Siachen incident.
After this incident, the two countries separated and even fought. India suspected Pakistan on the Khalistan issue. Pakistan has criticized Indian support for the Kabul regime. Edition of the Indian removed AM Aircraft which landed in Karachi. The issue of the Wuller Lake Dam on the Jehlum River was disputed by Pakistan, the Kargil conflict of 1999, the attack on the Indian Parliament on 13 December 2001 and so on. But beyond that, both countries want to settle the Siachen issue and normalize relations. The foreign ministers of the two countries met in Islamabad in April 1985 and relaunched the bilateral dialogue. Zia-ul-Haq and Rajiv Ghandi agreed on the principle of strengthening trade and economic relations and other political issues. Their defence ministers discussed the Siachen glacier and related issues. They also sign contracts because they do not attack each other`s nuclear facilities and not a principle of war.
But, Infect, if the agreement is about to sign and relations were about to normalize, then the political climate has changed and the moment has been lost. April 1984 Operation Meghdoot: The Indian Army led by Lieutenant-General Manohar Lal Chibber, Shiv General Sharma and Lieutenant General P. N. Hoon learned of the Pakistani army`s plan to conquer Sia La and Bilafond La on the glacier. The Indian army has launched an operation to anticipate the confiscation of passports by the Pakistani army. Men from the Ladakh Scouts and the Kumaon Regiment occupied Bilafond La on April 13 and Sia La on April 17, 1984 with the help of the Indian Air Force. The Pakistani army, meanwhile, learned of the presence of Ladakh Scouts on passports during a Recon helicopter mission. In response to these events, the Pakistani army launched an operation with service group and Northern Light Infantry troops to drive out the three hundred Indian troops on key passports. This operation by the Pakistani army resulted in the first armed collision on the glacier on 25 April 1984.  On 3 June 2019, India`s Defence Minister Rajnath Singh visited the first Indian Army posts and base camp in Siachen. He interacted with the Indian soldiers stationed in Siachen and praised their courage.
He claimed that more than 1,100 Indian soldiers had died in the defence of the Siachen glacier.   The Indian Army controls all 76 kilometres long and 2553 km2 of Siachen glaciers and all its secondary glaciers, as well as all the passes and heights of Saltoro Ridge directly west of the glacier, including Sia La, Bfondila La and Gyong La, and thus sticks to the tactical advantage of the high mountain.      The Indians could stick to the tactical advantage of the High Sol… Most of India`s many outposts lie west of the Siachen Glacier along the Saltoro Range. In a scientific study with detailed maps and satellite images, the Pakistani and Indian military brigades co-wrote, pages 16 and 27: “Since 1984, the Indian army has been in physical possession of most of the heights on the Saltoro Range west of the Siachens Glacier, while the Pakistani army has been insensiting in lower positions on the western slopes of the spurs that started from the