Discovering their plans on Kashmir not fructifying, Pakistan rulers propelled an outfitted assault on Jammu and Kashmir to add it. Tribes in thousands alongside Pak general troops entered the State on October 22, 1947 from a few focuses and enjoyed plunder, illegal conflagration, assault, slaughter and disorder.
Bowing before the desires of the general population and seeing his own standard armed force being out-numbered and to push back the trespassers, the Maharaja marked the Instrument of Accession for India on October 26, 1947 on the endorsed terms and conditions. This was acknowledged by the Governor General of India, Lord Mountbatten the following day.
The Instrument of Accession executed by Maharaja Hari Singh was a similar which was marked by different leaders of the other regal States. Correspondingly, the acknowledgment of the Instrument of Accession by the Governor General was likewise indistinguishable in regard of every such instrument.
With J&K getting to be plainly legitimate and protected some portion of Union of India, Indian armed force raced to the State to push back the intruders and empty hostility from the region of the State. The primary group of Indian Army troops touched base at Srinagar air terminal promptly after the Accession was agreed upon. On October 30, 1947 an Emergency Government was framed in the State with Sheik Mohammad Abdullah as its head.