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PanzerKiel

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A couple of Qs:

1. Fencing which has been cut down by miscreants, will that be restored and how will this be prevented in the future?

2. Border areas which are TTP/NDS/R&AW hotspots, what has been the policy there?
Fencing is being restored, identified blind spots are being covered so that fence doesn't get cut again at the same spot....

As far as your second question is concerned.... Well.... Hunting season is on.
 

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Fencing is being restored, identified blind spots are being covered so that fence doesn't get cut again at the same spot....

As far as your second question is concerned.... Well.... Hunting season is on.
W/o concrete or hard boulder the poles will fall.Also, the bottom part have cross links for reinforcements.
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I hope the diagrams/leaflet you shared are just for one of many instruction/guidance tutorial.
 

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Rawalpindi - June 20, 2017
No PR-312/2017-ISPR


Measures to improve security situation along the Pak-Afg border continue. In line with the directions of COAS, phased fencing of entire Pak-Afg border has commenced. In phase 1, high infiltration prone border areas in Bajaur, Mohmand and Khyber Agencies are being fenced. In phase 2 fencing of remaining border areas including Baluchistan will be executed. Besides fencing, Pakistan Army and FC KP are constructing new Forts / Border Posts to improve surveillance and defensibility. A secure Pak-Afg border is in common interest of both countries and a well coordinated border security mechanism is essential for enduring peace and stability.
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Pakistan fencing border with Afghanistan- BBCURDU

Oct 20, 2017






General Qamar Javed Bajwa, Chief of Army Staff (COAS) inaugurated work on border fencing along the Balochistan portion of Pak-Afghan border at Panjpai.
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Rawalpindi - May 08, 2018
No PR-166/2018-ISPR


General Qamar Javed Bajwa, Chief of Army Staff (COAS) inaugurated work on border fencing along the Balochistan portion of Pak-Afghan border at Panjpai. Chief Minister Balochistan Abdul Qadoos Bazinjo and interior minister Sarfraz Bugti were also present on the occasion. Interacting with the tribal leaders and locals at the occasion, COAS thanked them for their full support and cooperation in fencing as well as their participation in maintaining security situation. He said that the fencing will check cross border movement of terrorists. However special arrangements have been made to facilitate bilateral economic activity and legal movement in any way or form through designated crossing points. CM Balochistan thanked Pakistan Army and FC for working hand in glove with the provincial govt to achieve a common vision of shining Balochistan.
At Quetta COAS did earth breaking Ceremony of NUST Quetta Campus. With an estimated cost of Rs 2.63 Bn, the campus spans over 30 acres and will house 550 students. Besides usual disciplines, it will also have fields pandering to specific requirements of Balochistan such as mining, water resource engineering etc.
Later COAS also inaugurated the Quetta Safe City Project which was held up for the last five years. It will cost 2.28 Bn Rupees. Upon completion, it will result in quick incremental betterment in law and order situation and make Quetta more safe and secure.
COAS also interacted with youth from various universities of Quetta. He said that army will wholeheartedly support the government in bringing a revolution in services, particularly in fields of education, health, electricity, water and infrastructure. He said that our aim is to ensure that Balochistan does not have to rely on any quota or special arrangement, rather, people have same level of life as they can in any other part of the country. He said that Pakistan has rejected terrorism and has achieved better peace after great sacrifices by Armed Forces backed by the whole Nation . Some elements are trying to influence the minds of our youth at this stage to create anarchy and dissatisfaction in the society. Pakistan Army will ensure the defence of the motherland in discharge of our constitutional duties. It is for every one to ensure that they abide by law of the land and remain within the bounds of constitution. He asked the youth to take Pakistan forward through devotion, hardwork and character.

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Pakistan building massive fence on Afghanistan border

Oct 19, 2017

15th December 2018
Work on forts & fence continues on Pak-Afg Bdr. Total length 2611 KM. Work on 233 of 843 forts & 802 of 1200 KM pri 1 areas completed.Aiming speedy completion in pri 1 areas,overall completion by Dec 2019 IA.Shall benefit peaceful people of Pak & Afg while restricting terrorists.


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Pakistan: Fencing Durand Line | Indus News

Jul 3, 2019






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((( I would request Sir @waz @The Eagle @Foxtrot Alpha @PDF to keep this Thread sticky as we have no dedicated Thread to this topic while today 4 years completed of announcement of this very Important Project & situation in Afghanistan is getting worse so we may here Afghanistan Pakistan border management or border region more often now )))
I think These forts in future can become a nice family picnic point for tourism because of their superb locations
 

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