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If you fire 1 missile on PAK city, we will fire 3 in response, A threat that stopped India

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If you fire one missile on Pakistani city, we will fire three in response, A threat that stopped Indian missile attack: Report
18 Mar, 2019




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NEW DELHI/ISLAMABAD: The sparring between India and Pakistan last month threatened to spiral out of control and only interventions by U.S. officials, including National Security Advisor John Bolton, headed off a bigger conflict, five sources familiar with the events said.

At one stage, India threatened to fire at least six missiles at Pakistan, and Islamabad said it would respond with its own missile strikes “three times over”, according to Western diplomats and government sources in New Delhi, Islamabad and Washington.


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The way in which tensions suddenly worsened and threatened to trigger a war between the nuclear-armed nations shows how the Kashmir region, which both claim and is at the core of their enmity, remains one of the world’s most dangerous flashpoints.

The exchanges did not get beyond threats, and there was no suggestion that the missiles involved were anything more than conventional weapons, but they created consternation in official circles in Washington, Beijing and London.

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Reuters has pieced together the events that led to the most serious military crisis in South Asia since 2008, as well as the concerted diplomatic efforts to get both sides to back down.

The simmering dispute erupted into conflict late last month when Indian and Pakistani warplanes engaged in a dogfight over Kashmir on Feb 27, a day after a raid by Indian jet fighters on what it said was a militant camp in Pakistan. Islamabad denied any militant camp exists in the area and said the Indian bombs exploded on an empty hillside.

Pakistan Army shot down Indian spy drone at LoC
In their first such clash since the last war between the two nations in 1971, Pakistan downed an Indian plane and captured its pilot after he ejected in Azad Kashmir.

Hours later, videos of the bloodied Indian pilot, handcuffed and blindfolded, appeared on social media, identifying himself to Pakistani interrogators, deepening anger in New Delhi.

With Prime Minister Narendra Modi facing a general election in April-May, the government was under pressure to respond. “NO GOING BACK”

That evening, Indian National Security Adviser Ajit Doval spoke over a secure line to the head of Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), Asim Munir, to tell him India was not going to back off its new campaign of “counter-terrorism” even after the pilot’s capture, an Indian government source and a Western diplomat with knowledge of the conversations told Reuters in New Delhi.

Doval told Munir that India’s fight was with the militant groups that freely operated from Pakistani soil and it was prepared to escalate, said the government source.

A Pakistani government minister and a Western diplomat in Islamabad separately confirmed a specific Indian threat to use six missiles on targets inside Pakistan. They did not specify who delivered the threat or who received it, but the minister said Indian and Pakistani intelligence agencies “were communicating with each other during the fight, and even now they are communicating with each other”.

Pakistan said it would counter any Indian missile attacks with many more launches of its own, the minister told Reuters, speaking on condition of anonymity.

“We said if you will fire one missile, we will fire three. Whatever India will do, we will respond three times to that,” the Pakistani minister said.

Doval’s office did not respond to a request for comment. India was not aware of any missile threat issued to Pakistan, a government official said in reply to a Reuters request for comment.

Pakistan’s military declined to comment and Munir could not be reached for comment. Pakistan’s foreign ministry did not respond to a Reuters request for comment. - Reuters

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Another thread on the same subject. :rolleyes:
Indians are also making same thread on daily basis on same subject

Don't know what india was thinking that we will just sit back and will do nothing lol. That india defeat will be haunting their generations to come.
 

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This statement isn't really about chest thumping. Smarter members than I could correct me if I'm wrong, but it seems that this is inline with how our doctrine best fits the situation.

We don't need further escelation, and in the event of further escelation, our truest defence is our nuclear deterrence. So to threaten greater retaliation, puts the onus on Indians to decide whether a smaller strike is worth it if the response is going to be greater, or to go greater in the first step and trigger a major conflict, thus shrinking the gap between any escelation and a major conflict.
 

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Indians are also making same thread on daily basis on same subject

Don't know what india was thinking that we will just sit back and will do nothing lol. That india defeat will be haunting their generations to come.
All they want is to reverse Mahmud, Ghori, Aybek, EbdAli, Jinnah etc....

This statement isn't really about chest thumping. Smarter members than I could correct me if I'm wrong, but it seems that this is inline with how our doctrine best fits the situation.

We don't need further escelation, and in the event of further escelation, our truest defence is our nuclear deterrence. So to threaten greater retaliation, puts the onus on Indians to decide whether a smaller strike is worth it if the response is going to be greater, or to go greater in the first step and trigger a major conflict, thus shrinking the gap between any escelation and a major conflict.
You are inserting confusion into a confused mind!!! According to the Hindutva ideologue Swamy, who has lost his daughter in "Love Jihat", a Hindu mind is full of confusion and indecision....
 

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