The misfortune of India, after the agreement of Tashkent, was permanently deprived of the leadership of this great man of this small stature. In 1966, India`s highest civilian honor was awarded posthumously to him Bharat Ratna and Ali Sardar Jafri wrote a Najm in honor of his last achievement – the Tashkent Agreement was a peace agreement between India and Pakistan. Under this agreement, India and Pakistan will not exercise their powers and resolve their differences peacefully. The Tashkent Agreement was signed on 10 January 1966 by then-Indian Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri and Pakistani President Ayub Khan at the Soviet Union (Russia) conference in Tashkent (now the capital of Uzbekistan). Shastriji`s death on January 10, 1966, turned out to be the last day of Shastis` life. It was about 9:30 p.m.m and the whole program was over, and Ayub and Shastri left for the last time with their hands. Although Shastriji refused to give it first to Pakistani territory, which was won by the Indian army, he also had to accept this condition because of international pressure. Thus, the Tashkent agreement has not been beneficial to India, but it has been Pakistan that has benefited more. Ayub Khan also refused to accept the condition of „No War Close“ on the orders of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto. The agreement was signed on January 10, 1966 against 13.30 .m. However, Russia says he died of a heart attack.
In these situations, India trusted only the Soviets.