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Incidents of past week could increase, Sheikh Rashid alludes to terrorism attacks

Dawn.comPublished February 5, 2022 - Updated about 8 hours ago




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Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid addresses a ceremony held in Rawalpindi in relevance to Kashmir Day. — DawnNewsTv

Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid addresses a ceremony held in Rawalpindi in relevance to Kashmir Day. — DawnNewsTv
Making an apparent reference to the recent rise in terrorism incidents and attacks on security forces, Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid said on Saturday that incidents that had taken place over the past week could further increase.
"I do not want to comment on the talks here. The Taliban have intervened but the incidents that occurred in the past week could increase. They could rise [further]," he said while addressing a ceremony held in Rawalpindi in relevance to Kashmir Day.
Rashid did not elaborate further on this comment, which was, apparently, also an allusion to the the end of a month-long ceasefire between the government and proscribed Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) in December last year.
The minister's comment has come in the wake of attempted attacks by terrorists on security forces camps in Balochistan's Panjgur and Naushki late on Wednesday evening.
Following the incidents, the military's media wing said the attacks had been "successfully repulsed” while dealing heavy damage to the terrorists.
At least 13 terrorists were killed and seven security personnel, including an officer, martyred during the armed attacks and subsequent security operations by Thursday, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said.
It was followed by a grenade attack at a Levies checkpost in the border town of Chaman in Balochistan on Friday.
Six people, including two Levies personnel, were injured in the incident.
These incidents are the latest in a string of attacks in Balochistan and come a week after ten soldiers were martyred in a terrorist attack on a security forces' checkpost in the province's Kech district.
According to the ISPR, the "fire raid" by terrorists in Kech occurred on the night of Jan 25-26.
"During intense exchange of fire, one terrorist was killed and several injured. While repulsing terrorists' fire raid, 10 soldiers embraced martyrdom," the statement had said.
Two days after the attack, three Levies Force personnel along with a Bugti clan elder were martyred and eight others injured in twin bomb blasts in the Sui area of Dera Bugti.
Prior to that on Jan 30, 17 people, including two policemen, were injured in a grenade attack in Dera Allahyar town of Jaffarabad district.

'Very good relations with Afghanistan'​

During his speech on Saturday, Rashid also spoke about ties between Pakistan and Afghanistan following the Taliban takeover of Kabul in August last year.
He said the Afghan Taliban had had fought a war for years and got freedom for their country, adding that "our sympathies lie with Muslims."
"Relations between Pakistan and Afghanistan, and when I say Afghanistan I mean the Taliban, are very good," he said, adding that his ministry and military institutions had held several meetings with the Afghan Taliban.
"We want to live like good neighbours with Afghanistan," he said. "Afghanistan's progress is Pakistan's progress, and the Taliban's success is Muslims' success."

'Pakistan incomplete without Kashmir'​

In relevance to Kashmir Day, Rashid said the condition of Muslims in India and occupied Kashmir was lamentable.
"There will be elections in [the Indian state] of UP (Uttar Pradesh) on February 10 and look how Muslims are living there. Look what Muslims are being subjected to in Delhi," he said, adding that the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party had not given a single ticket to a Muslim candidate for elections.
Expressing solidarity with the people of Indian-occupied Kashmir, he said, "Pakistan is incomplete without Kashmir."
"We want your (occupied Kashmir's) freedom," he added. "You decide what you want. We are standing with you for your freedom."

Criticism against opposition​

Turning his attention to the opposition, he said their days were numbered in politics.
"Nawaz Sharif's politics will end just like Nasla Tower was demolished and the decline of PPP's politics will be similar to the demolition of Tejori Heights," he commented.
Rashid held the opposition responsible for growing inflation in the country, saying that they had looted Pakistan's wealth and taken it abroad.
Rashid said if a day would come where he had to choose between going abroad or being hanged in Adiala Jail, he would leave the country.
"I will not flee after showing a fake medical certificate," he added, taking an apparent jibe at PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif.
The minister also slammed feudal lords and industrialists, holding them responsible for the unfair distribution of resources and comparing them with "mafias".
"They give small donations to different political parties to silence [them] and make profits when there is a shortage of commodities," he regretted.
Prime Minister Imran Khan, he continued, wanted put the corrupt, dishonest and money launderers in the country behind bars, but he couldn't do so because the "system here works only to punish the poor".
 

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Did he mention anything about revenge, or how they will intend to deter further attacks? Can't simply accept it as a fait accompli and let one be dictated to, particularly when it comes to those weaker than you.
 

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Did he mention anything about revenge, or how they will intend to deter further attacks? Can't simply accept it as a fait accompli and let one be dictated to, particularly when it comes to those weaker than you.
No hope of revenge in the near future due the pacifist leadership.
 

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And this was EXPECTED

Over the last few years all the strategic planning we have put in place basically paid off

Multiple enemies fell in Afghanistan
India had TWO DECADES of planning and expenditure destroyed and they ran with their tails between their legs
The U.S having spent trillions bowed out
The Kabuli regime collapsed and NDS went with it

At the same time or in similar time frame, India was humiliated by Pakistan in 2019, followed by by India being humiliated by China and losing land and face

China plopped it's knee on India's neck and India backed off and this gave us the space to carry out our plans in Afghanistan


In SIMPLE terms the amount of pain we caused multiple enemies was IMMEASURABLE in terms of cost, planning and intentions




Now Afghanistan is a mess Taliban don't control every part of it in the normal sense, unlike under the Kabuli regime the Taliban are desperate for our support because they have no one else




If anyone looking we are hitting multiple Baluchi and TTP targets, they are even being picked up in UAE

The ISI is going through our hit list

NOT EVERYTHING WILL BE IN THE OPEN OR ON TWITTER🙄

BUT


THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT FOR YOU ARM CHAIR WARRIORS AND GENERAL'S



Our strategic planners PREDICTED and EXPECTED that this fallout would occur


Because we can't hunt and destroy our enemies without them throwing everything against us

So if BLA and TTP etc targets start getting hit you can expect them to through as much as they can against us


This is the middle of the war, you have to expect losses


This losses as horrible as it sounds MEAN NOTHING in the larger scheme of things, strategically we have won, now we have to manage the fall out and degrade our enemies and this will take a couple of years but expect things to get better as the reality of Afghanistan crushes our enemies hopes





Our strategy in India is working incredibly well, it only partly has anything to do with Kashmir and center's on utilizing hindutva and the internal fissures within India to maximize any and every opportunity to recreate the feelings of Partition

Every day that strategy is working in India with the help of Indians themselves

Whilst China sits on India's throat on the LAC we have this time to hit our enemies to the west


It's time for many of you to wake up

Hosla rakho, we are in a war and their will be losses

more like the retaliation from India would be massive so they don't want to take a chance with such horrid economy of yours.

India had two chances at retaliation against both Pakistan and China and you ended up being humiliated, you have no aukad left
 

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