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Four FC Jawans martyred in IED attack in Balochistan.

Moon

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Agreed.....however, on a personal note, even i dont consider myself qualified to judge someone who is the COAS, because i cannot fathom the difficulties and threats he might be facing as COAS of an army like Pakistan's. It might seem easy, that if IEDs are on the rise, then provide MRAPS.....but there are so much inherent and allied problems with everything that quick solutions cannot be adopted...and that exactly what Hybrid Warfare is all about....stretch all around.
So, you'll win the war, by not providing MRAPs? :blink:
I don't get it...
 

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These are Iranian made IEDs which have escalated affairs in Balochistan.

Internal Iranian problems are spilling out in neighboring countries.
dear friend BLA is supported by Indians. how did you come with the Iranian origin IEDs? by very definition its made through crude parts available locally. it doesn't have a company seal on it.
if there is Iranian made land mine with parts containing marking of Iranian state owned weapons factories then this is a different matter and requires summoning of Iranian Ambassador and contacting Iranians at highest level to explain themselves.
Because BLA also operates from. "Holy Iran" not just Afghanistan.
BLA accepted responsibility.
expect something major to happen as well to sell the idea of unsafe Pakistan.

I hope our security agencies are more able in preventing such attacks and foiling the terrorists and more efficient than our commentators on the forum.
 

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Just ignore what coward NZ/UK teams have done to us though we were providing them an adequate level of security. The deployment of the Zarar indicated the highest level of security and compliance (they're known in the domain of tactical warfare and special ops in the world). So, UK/NZ was definitely on something for sure. However, providing the highest level of security and "Our country is safe", these two things are completely different. We must understand this.

It's a fact that you won't deploy a hundred thousand troops just to protect 11 players if your country is "safe". Logically speaking, there is no point to provide presidential-level security to protect anyone if you're claiming that you're absolute "Secure".There is something wrong with our nation. In the past 2 years, we have literally lost hundreds of our troops in Baluchistan and the Tribal belt under Bajwa. In the larger spectrum, the security situation of the overall country is not fully under control. The efforts being made by Raheel Sharif and his command are already down the drain because of our perpetual defensive approach & doctrine followed by the current establishment. We must come out from this obsequious and unassertive behavior. The degree of causalities, collateral, ambush, IED attacks are too high from the past 12 months. The retrospective is very important at this stage instead of blaming goras.
 

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This is what i referred to in another thread. I mean how can terrorist roam that freely with explosives, plant them and nobody sees or finds them?
This is just too fuckin much. Imagine destroying statue of gandi in india.
The command is sleeping that's why. It occurred next to the heart of CPEC yet our generals have the guts to say shaba dab a doo.
 
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Go to Baluchistan university and say I am Punjabi in the middle of the crowd and see the reaction. or say my father is in police or in army ...
Easy, anyone involve in anti state ideology, kick them out of state institutions. Restrict them from getting govt jobs or facilities. Propaganda will cease to exist.
Dude, we need a reality check. We have internet and luxuries. Imagine our Baluch people living in Gawadar don't have drinking water, no school, and no shoes in their feet. What we are offering them for peace .. And right in front on there face and land.. others enjoying luxurious living and nice cars running on the highways... I always say, if you want to end this terrorism, govt departments need to be functional and these people need attention and provide basic needs.
Still doesn’t justify blowing up someone else investment. They have their provincial govt and budget for them.
 

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No, like courts will have those restrictions removed.
Draft a law and don’t remove it, under National security threat narrative. Courts will have to follow the law book. At the end, court doesn’t have the tools and cannot enforce the implementation.
 

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