Monday, August 12, 2013

Entering into war with this government in power would be a disaster.

We had been warning from ages that when crisis and anarchy would grow inside Pakistan after the elections, Indians would start border clashes which may become a full fledged war. It is not easy to control "limited" wars which can easily get out of control into full scale or even unconventional wars.

Idiots used to make fun of our analysis. Now, there are only 55 days to this new govt and we have a full scale anarchy in the country and a real threat of a full scale war on East. I wish, this nation would have listened to our advice and cancelled the elections and brought a patriotic caretaker government. But now, we all have to suffer and face the destiny as it unfolds. These are difficult times and scenario can change dramatically at short notice. DO NOT panic but wait for our next analysis.

War with this government in power would be a disaster. Pak army would need all the support from the nation. Be mentally prepared and take our advice seriously now. DO NOT let the idiots or the snakes confuse you more. Khair inshAllah.

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 Monday, August 12, 2013
Indian Army resorts to unprovoked firing in Nakial, Sialkot sectors

ISLAMABAD: Indian security forces resorted to unprovoked firing on the Pakistani border posts in the Nakial sector near Kotli district of Azad Kashmir and Pukhlian, in the Head Marala area, in Sialkot sector on Sunday.
The fighting was the latest in a spate of recent cross-border skirmishes between the two neighbours. Tensions have recently flared up in the heavily militarised Kashmir valley with both sides accusing each other of cross-border firings.
But the first of Sunday’s incidents took place near the border close to the eastern city of Sialkot in the neighbouring Punjab province.“The Indian border security forces resorted to unprovoked firing on the Pakistan Rangers posts near Pukhlian, Head Marala area, in Sialkot sector,” a senior military official, told AFP.
“Intermittent exchange of fire continues. No loss reported so far,” added the official on condition of anonymity.The official said after the exchange of fire in the Punjab, the Indian troops also resorted to unprovoked firing at the Line of Control (LOC) in the Nakial Sector in Kotli district of Azad Kashmir.
Indian Defence Minister A. K. Antony on Thursday hinted at a stronger military action along the LoC after Delhi accused the Pakistan Army of involvement in a deadly overnight ambush on Monday that killed five Indian soldiers.Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif tried to ease tensions with India by urging both sides to work swiftly to shore up a 10-year ceasefire threatened by the recent attacks.
INP adds: Indian Army Chief General Bikram Singh has reprimanded his top commanders in Jammu and Kashmir for not launching a massive retaliatory strike against the Pakistan Army along the LoC after five Indian soldiers were allegedly killed in a cross-border strike in Poonch sector on August 6.
General Singh visited the Nagrota-based Headquarters 16 Corps outside Jammu a day later and, according to top sources, asked senior commanders as to why local commanders along the volatile border did not order artillery and mortar fire at the Pakistani posts.
Meanwhile, Indian External Affairs Minister Salman Khursheed said on Sunday that Pakistan was responsible if the LoC attackers came from its borders.In an interview with a TV channel, Khursheed said the Indian Army had briefed the defence minister on the situation.
Khursheed further said the recent attack along the LoC could have been an effort to sabotage the peace process between Indian and Pakistan. APP adds: Pakistan on Friday called upon New Delhi to protect the passengers of the Dosti Bus.
In a statement, Foreign Office Spokesman Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry said: “It is essential for both sides to take steps to cool passions and resume a meaningful dialogue.” The spokesman said the stopping of the Dosti Bus was a regrettable incident.
Chaudhry said Pakistan was ready for talks with India at any level for the resolution of outstanding issues. He said resumption of dialogue was imperative for peace and any delay would further complicate matters.
He said it was the responsibility of the Indian authorities to provide security to Pakistani consulates and diplomats. He said Pakistan had acted in a responsible manner and India should pursue the same course to lower tensions.


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