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INS_Vikrant

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Goras don't need that. Their countries are rich to begin with and they can retire there.


Yar wasay Gora kabhi itna bay-shram aur bay-gharit nhi hota. You won’t see American, British or any other Gora generals meeting up with Chinese or Russians to start a business even years after retirement.


Actually they do, recently it was found out China is using retired RAF pilots to train their Air Force offering huge paycheck.
 

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Goras don't need that. Their countries are rich to begin with and they can retire there.
No place is better for retirement than Pakistan for real ch Pakistanis. Bajwa made billions. Jo shasky Pakistan main paisy waly ky hain wo Gora sirf fairy tale movies main dekta hy.

US Generals retire with few Millions in net worth. Which is nothing in when you consider other countries would hire them on million/yr and package in a heart beat.

Actually they do, recently it was found out China is using retired RAF pilots to train their Air Force offering huge paycheck.
There were pilots, UAE hired NSA technicians, they weren’t on any high level decisions maker ranks.
 

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Change the title please.

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I don’t think he is coming back.

Harami will be shuttling across Belgium-Dubai-Australia.

His best quote ‘Aap bhi to playboy the’

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So,

General Bajwa did what anyone would have done as well if put into his shoes.

I will respect him - because he, for the first time in history of Pakistan, paved the way for non-dynastic, comparatively honest leader, IK to come into power.

IK wouldn't have become a PM if not for Mr Bajwa's help...IK was able to triumph over these seasoned players only because of General Bajwa's help.

General Bajwa tried to remain firm with Khan until situation becomes too hot to handle. He did what he considered right.

He is not a traitor at all as said by many on this forum. That's bullshit.

27 Feb 2019 is also a medal on General Bajwa's chest. Indians got humiliated right under his command.

He has done his 6 years now. Good and bad and all. He was not in control of many things yet tried to / responded to it to the best of his training and policy.

He had his shortcomings and may have did wrong terribly somewhere but I believe he was and is loyal to his country. Sometimes we get overwhelmed and that's understandable.

It was a tough ride overall. Only few, with no political affiliations would understand!

I wish him all the best for his future.

Respect from Karachi.

Thank you!

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I think logic should be killed with logic:-
1. That was 1st wrong step he took by bringing Khan undemocratically. Doing wrong don't make things right.
2. As far as 27th is concerned, rest assure, it was political government that gave a go ahead. What would have been the outcome if MNS sitting on PM chair and budging down due to business interests, international pressure or what ever. Would Bajwa had acted on its own. That's a question mark.
3. Say removal of Khan was in best interest of the country and bringing old dynastic political parties as well. At that time Khan was at its lowest popularity. Another year and a half Khan would have been dead. What was so urgent that he was toppled in so haste.
4. Extension itself is a disease which is not at all required for which Mr Khan is equally criminal. When you say 6 years then you must say 3 years by manipulation. By the way there was no requirement of extension at that time.
5. As far as he was not in control of things, may be yes in case of famous Col ki biwi or some junior officer mis behaving with some civilian but at upper level he was in control the things.
6. Now if you say he was doing for the country, look at the state of things now and when he was manipulating the things to get a new PM.
7. Leaders are judged for what they have achieved or lost for their country. By your standard then every body can be off the hook be it zardari, MNS or Altaf Hussain.
8. Leaders plan, foresee and think of their country. Did he do that. That's a big NO. People are suffering. Country is at the cusp of default. Armd forces who were heart throbe of people being abused. ISPR which was conveying its inputs twice or thrice a day (good or bad) now gone. Country seems to be some African nation where there is no law and order and only choas. It's all because decisions were made in haste as if some one needed another extension. So who is responsible..???
 

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BAnda puche IK ne Bajwa ki bhen ki li ti kia.
How the hell did Bajwa get to be an officer.. Army standards must be shti, in any other army he would not even get his application accepted..
The fact that there is no Aptitude/IQ testing shows in the gernails we have had running the show for the last 75 years..the only acceptance criteria is nepotism (family connections) and not being bow legged.. legs need to be straight enough to be able to shake under pressure.. which Bajwa and co. amply showed during India’s Feb 2019 attack..
 
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After listing all the interviews of our ex military boss, one can imagine that why world powers have no trust on our military.
they are right our nuclear assets are in danger no doubt about that
 

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