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Army-Reinforcing Rank

of the war with Pakistan. There is certainly no precedent for prisoners-of- war being held for so long after the end of hostilities. Even after the World Wars most prisoners held by the victors were released in a matter of weeks. In 1962 the Chinese released Indian prisoners shortly after the ceasefire.

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