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Indus Pakistan

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Does he deal with Brit-Pak too I heard in the UK Brit-Paks are more in tune with criminal gangs
Like any community you get bad, the good and ugly. Don't please buy into the media hype. His area commander [district commander] is also Brit-Pak. One of the highest ranking ethnic police officers in UK is also Brit-Pak, the highest ethnic minority in UK military is also Brit-Pak [Admiral Amjad Hussain, Royal Navy] and as you know the present Home Secretary Sajid Javid is also Brit-Pak ~ who by the way is in charge of UK police forces. This is something media conveniently overlooks.
 

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Like any community you get bad, the good and ugly. Don't please buy into the media hype. His area commander [district commander] is also Brit-Pak. One of the highest ranking ethnic police officers in UK is also Brit-Pak, the highest ethnic minority in UK military is also Brit-Pak [Admiral Amjad Hussain, Royal Navy] and as you know the present Home Secretary Sajid Javid is also Brit-Pak ~ who by the way is in charge of UK police forces. This is something media conveniently overlooks.
Hmm The only person Ameri-Paks have famous here is Kumail Nanjani who is stand up comic rest are unknown or semi-famous however Indians or Gangas here have a niche for Politics here

After taking out FETO elements, the brain children of the best imperialists and built with 40b$ in 40 years, now all government services look dead cool...
Kemalists>>>>>Erdogonists
 

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Pakistan badly needs to have a force as well resourced, trained as Jandarma.
Gendarmeries have always been the exemples professionalism,integrity,closeness,respect and being just vis-à-vis the populations they serve. Being equipped and trained to professionally respond to a great range of threats. Maybe it's the military mindset and training.

After the army i wanted to break with the military life and go to an entirely civilian one. However,the recent terror attacks that hit France led me to rethink about still serving my country but in different manners. Few years ago I decided to become a reservist in the French Gendarmerie. When in service,most of the time it is to reinforce territorial units.

As stated above,I am still to this day impressed about how the units act with high professionalism and integrity in their everydays tasks and missions,how they keep close interactions and closeness with the local pop,the respect given by the pop. They have a soldier in front of them,someone they can always rely on.
 

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