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Yup. We saw the respect Pakistan.gave to its soldier during Kargil. India had to give that respect by giving proper burials. That is your track record.


Oh Windblower. Atleast we provide an account in Parliament. Your country doesn't even disclose it in Parliament. So go and ask questions there. Oh wait sitting in UK you can't even do that except troll here.
Fake respect. Pictures of IA soldier going into sijda (prostrating themselves) during a fake Namaz-e-Janaza (funeral prayers) for Pakistani soldiers without knowing there is no sijda in Namaz-e-janaza. You guys cannot even do your propaganda right.
 

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Yup. We saw the respect Pakistan.gave to its soldier during Kargil. India had to give that respect by giving proper burials. That is your track record.
Yea we see how you high moral mules give respect to your own by packaging them first class.

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Oh Windblower. Atleast we provide an account in Parliament. Your country doesn't even disclose it in Parliament. So go and ask questions there. Oh wait sitting in UK you can't even do that except troll here.
Ah Gobar Parsad has access to his own parliament , thus giving lectures to others or maybe PDF has at long last given you a voice instead of wasting you life in those echo chambers. And sitting in India, are you worth your salt... first get to know yourself.

 

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How’s it even related to Indian Army? Your ISPR didn’t even accept JF-17 crash at pindigheb.
When was the last time ISPR issued a press release on PAF? PAF and PN have their own press releases. I suggest you should not show to the world how stupid you are.
 

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How convenient of you to leave out CRPF and BSF who are either fighting in the Red Corridor or LOC.
Because I knew that if I include those two organizations in the same reply then you would follow up with one more ignorant comment
 
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Desperate times call for desperate measures and you are one desperate creature who is having to move goal posts to salvage his ego. Pakistan government and military have repeatedly impressed that Pakistan has sacrificed some 70,000 lives in the WOT including some 30,000 security forces. So you are not revealing any secret, these casualties occurred while fighting the WOT on the Western borders, nothing to do with LOC.
Now be a good boy and stick to the original argument and explain when did India ever admitted to suffering an average of 25 casualties ON LOC every month between 2001 and 2016.

Now use the same logic and like a good boy, please tell me how may PA personal died during the same period. You wouldn't have the answer, because your parliament considered that number to be too high to demage the moral of the nation ..

By the way your then PM Nawaz Sharif admitted that more than 4000 PA personals were killed in kargil war, but you Army says its just some 600+
 

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Yea we see how you high moral mules give respect to your own by packaging them first class.

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Ah Gobar Parsad has access to his own parliament , thus giving lectures to others or maybe PDF has at long last given you a voice instead of wasting you life in those echo chambers. And sitting in India, are you worth your salt... first get to know yourself.


"Ironically, most of the details which information commissioner ML Sharma allowed the army to withhold are already in public domain through the official web site of the Press Information Bureau, a government of India department"

From the same article. This is what happens when folks like you do an quick google search don't read the article and post it. Stupidly to say the least.

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it's a matter of national shame. When there is no shame in some folks then it's easy. :D
 

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Funny, how so many indians came to the thread in a hurry to protect and hide the facts lolz lmao pathetic nation.
 

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Because I knew that if I include those two organizations in the same reply then you would follow up with one more ignorant comment
Yea so you decided to play Ostrich....no surprises there.
Now use the same logic and like a good boy, please tell me how may PA personal died during the same period. You wouldn't have the answer, because your parliament considered that number to be too high to demage the moral of the nation ..

By the way your then PM Nawaz Sharif admitted that more than 4000 PA personals were killed in kargil war, but you Army says its just some 600+
Well kid, unlike IA which waits until water is under the bridge before releasing figures, PA doesn't hold back.
And yea the same Nawaz who claims he wasn't even aware of the Kargil operation suddenly has inside knowledge. Hunt with hounds and run with Rabbits.
 

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"Ironically, most of the details which information commissioner ML Sharma allowed the army to withhold are already in public domain through the official web site of the Press Information Bureau, a government of India department"

From the same article. This is what happens when folks like you do an quick google search don't read the article and post it. Stupidly to say the least.

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it's a matter of national shame. When there is no shame in some folks then it's easy. :D
If that's the case then why was he denied access to the casualty figures still? How does the casualty figures affect the integrity and sovereignty of India when it's already been publicised? What are they hiding I wonder?

You know in the book, kargil between the fault lines, it mentioned the Indian army took over 1000 dead, with another 2-3k receiving permanent disabilities
 

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"Ironically, most of the details which information commissioner ML Sharma allowed the army to withhold are already in public domain through the official web site of the Press Information Bureau, a government of India department"

From the same article. This is what happens when folks like you do an quick google search don't read the article and post it. Stupidly to say the least.
As i said, Indian army or otherwise surely know how to keep their gullible nation in the loop, release information once the dust is settled....like it was able to disclose a nice round figure of 300 Militants killed across the border in the so called Balakot strikes but it took the same some 8 months to conclude that it scored own goal with shooting down of it's helicopter that happened in it's back yard....Stupid is as stupid does.

it's a matter of national shame. When there is no shame in some folks then it's easy. :D
Only the Indian army would have cameramen hiding behind every Rock, Boulder and Glacier to film any minute detail to keep folks back home entertained.....I wonder what type of urine were Indian soldiers applying then to remain eternal....I mean since PA never filmed handing over of Indian soldier's bodies or otherwise, it's safe to assume that none must have died ....Right. ?
And talking of shameless well your downed pilot Nachiketa will have something to say about that when no one from Indian side was willing to take him back and had to be handed over to Red Cross.
 

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Yea so you decided to play Ostrich....no surprises there.

Well kid, unlike IA which waits until water is under the bridge before releasing figures, PA doesn't hold back.
And yea the same Nawaz who claims he wasn't even aware of the Kargil operation suddenly has inside knowledge. Hunt with hounds and run with Rabbits.
Anyday i will take the words of a former PM than a random Joe in PDF
 

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As i said, Indian army or otherwise surely know how to keep their gullible nation in the loop, release information once the dust is settled....like it was able to disclose a nice round figure of 300 Militants killed across the border in the so called Balakot strikes but it took the same some 8 months to conclude that it scored own goal with shooting down of it's helicopter that happened in it's back yard....Stupid is as stupid does.


Only the Indian army would have cameramen hiding behind every Rock, Boulder and Glacier to film any minute detail to keep folks back home entertained.....I wonder what type of urine were Indian soldiers applying then to remain eternal....I mean since PA never filmed handing over of Indian soldier's bodies or otherwise, it's safe to assume that none must have died ....Right. ?
And talking of shameless well your downed pilot Nachiketa will have something to say about that when no one from Indian side was willing to take him back and had to be handed over to Red Cross.
Hot air Jammie as usual without substance.
 

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Most of the suicides are by Central Armed Police Forces, not Indian Army. And all of our soldiers get proper military honours in front of media, their families and if they hide casualties then anyday their families will report to Police or reach journalists to raise their issues. Any one by this fallacy can tweet anything and then write casualty hiding by suicides, heart attacks etc.
Its easier to hide indian army casualties because their bodies are cremated thus no evedence of the where abouts and plus they come from poor families and they can be told to shut up with money.
 

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