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The Battle of Burki (Barki) was a battle fought by Indian infantry and Pakistani armor in the Indo-Pakistani War of 1965. Barki is a village that lies south-east of Lahore near the border with Punjab, India. and is connected with Lahore by the Bridge of Ichogil canal. During the fighting, the relative strengths of the two sides were fairly even and Indian infantry clashed with Pakistani forces that were entrenched in pillboxes, dug-outs and slit trenches that had been carved into the canal banks. The Pakistanis were supported with a large number of tanks, as well as fighter jets. The battle resulted in an Indian victory after they were able to capture the town on 11 September 1965.