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Terrorists fired from across on #Pakistan Army post along PAK- Afg Border in #Bajaur. Resultantly Havaldar Tanveer embraced Shahadat while one soldier got injured.

4:49 AM · Oct 14, 2020



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Tired of this F**king BS. Let me guess, we gave "befitting reply"!? Indian army is knee deep in s*it in Ladakh, now we need to slap them so hard that in a thousand years their kids will tremble when they even hear the name Pakistan Army.....

Lost another good man.
 

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Nawaz Sharif, Army and the people of Pakistan....
This is narration of actual events from an eye witness.
25 Oct 16 was a gloomy day at Qta. 62 Coffins of young police recruits were lying at Musa Stadium Qta. They were brutally killed by terrorists of TTP the previous night at Police Training Academy Qta. Their deeply grieved relatives were waiting for Janaza since last 4/5 hours so that, they could take the bodies of their loved ones to their hometowns. All were waiting for PM NS who arrived from Isd in wake of that terrible incident and was currently in a meeting at the CM Office.
After a painfully long wait, he arrived with his entourage. Janaza was offered in next 5 min. PM Sahib, with a stiff neck and his signature scorn, walked off without having a glance on the relatives of the shaheeds just like that: as if they did not exist. General Raheel Shareef saw him off and turned back.
"Main shaheedon kay warison sey milna chahta hoon,"
he said in his booming voice. His close security accustomed to his style, quickly rearranged and a long que was formed by the kins of shaheed. They came one by one, hugging Gen RS, sobbing against his chest, leaning against him, as if trying to get solace from his strong persona. He talked to each and everyone, not letting go till they themselves pulled back.
"Mujhay aap ki takleef ka andaza hai, main bhi shaheed ka bhai hoon"
"Hum in dehshat gardon ko nahin chorain gey"
"Aap ke betay kay khoon ka hisab hamarey zimay hai"
He spent more than an hour with them...and it was not only talk. A person told him that he belongs to a far of village in Turbat,
"Ask PAF to arrange for C 130 for Turbat" he immediately instructed his staff.
Another shaheed was from Kohlu, with no airfield nearby,
.."despatch them by Helis"
Before leaving, he instructed all the Generals present there, to remain there till the last Shaheed has been
..honorably seen off.
This is not just a narration of an event; this is a comparison of two mindsets, one; a so called representative of people who considers himself above the common folk. Other; someone, who genuinely feels compassion and love for his people.
I've thought ...many times of secret of the love people of Pakistan have for their Army, one thing that comes to my mind is that soldiers considers themselves among the people and Love the people of their country unconditionally....and as per the dictates of nature,...people love them back.
 

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Pakistan Army soldier embraces martyrdom in Turbat ambush

Three troops also sustained injuries when terrorists opened fire on security forces, says ISPR


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October 17, 2020

Lance Naik Waseem Ullah embraced Shahadat. PHOTO: ISPR


Lance Naik Waseem Ullah embraced Shahadat. PHOTO: ISPR



A Pakistan Army soldier embraced martyrdom and three others were injured in a terrorist attack on their patrolling team in a remote area of Balochistan’s Turbat on Saturday, military said.

“Terrorists fire raid on security forces’ patrolling party near Jhaki post – 35km South East of Turbat.

During exchange of fire, Lance Naik Waseem Ullah embraced Shahadat while three soldiers got injured,” Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), the military’s media wing said in a statement.

The attack comes two days after seven soldiers and as many security guards were martyred while fighting off a terrorist attack on a convoy of the Oil and Gas Development Company Limited (OGDCL) in Balochistan.

The same day six army troops were martyred in an improvised explosive device (IED) explosion in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa.

The attack on the OGDCL convoy took place on the Coastal Highway, near Ormara, the ISPR had said.
Whereas six troops, including an officer, were martyred in an IED blast in North Waziristan tribal district the same day, it added.

The IED blast hit a convoy of the security forces in the Razmak area of North Waziristan.
 

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Nawaz Sharif, Army and the people of Pakistan....
This is narration of actual events from an eye witness.
25 Oct 16 was a gloomy day at Qta. 62 Coffins of young police recruits were lying at Musa Stadium Qta. They were brutally killed by terrorists of TTP the previous night at Police Training Academy Qta. Their deeply grieved relatives were waiting for Janaza since last 4/5 hours so that, they could take the bodies of their loved ones to their hometowns. All were waiting for PM NS who arrived from Isd in wake of that terrible incident and was currently in a meeting at the CM Office.
After a painfully long wait, he arrived with his entourage. Janaza was offered in next 5 min. PM Sahib, with a stiff neck and his signature scorn, walked off without having a glance on the relatives of the shaheeds just like that: as if they did not exist. General Raheel Shareef saw him off and turned back.
"Main shaheedon kay warison sey milna chahta hoon,"
he said in his booming voice. His close security accustomed to his style, quickly rearranged and a long que was formed by the kins of shaheed. They came one by one, hugging Gen RS, sobbing against his chest, leaning against him, as if trying to get solace from his strong persona. He talked to each and everyone, not letting go till they themselves pulled back.
"Mujhay aap ki takleef ka andaza hai, main bhi shaheed ka bhai hoon"
"Hum in dehshat gardon ko nahin chorain gey"
"Aap ke betay kay khoon ka hisab hamarey zimay hai"
He spent more than an hour with them...and it was not only talk. A person told him that he belongs to a far of village in Turbat,
"Ask PAF to arrange for C 130 for Turbat" he immediately instructed his staff.
Another shaheed was from Kohlu, with no airfield nearby,
.."despatch them by Helis"
Before leaving, he instructed all the Generals present there, to remain there till the last Shaheed has been
..honorably seen off.
This is not just a narration of an event; this is a comparison of two mindsets, one; a so called representative of people who considers himself above the common folk. Other; someone, who genuinely feels compassion and love for his people.
I've thought ...many times of secret of the love people of Pakistan have for their Army, one thing that comes to my mind is that soldiers considers themselves among the people and Love the people of their country unconditionally....and as per the dictates of nature,...people love them back.
The love is much deeper than that between Army & Public. In times of crisis it's our boys who help the nation be it floods, landslides and avalanches. It's saved the nation many times from enemies who want to wipe us out, and out maneuver them.

Most importantly its mothers of our pure soil that gives birth to our Jawans.

If we get angry due to recent event's it's not we hate the army or higher up, it's the pain that we feel as well and want the best for our boys equipment wise, etc., to complete the job that's assigned to them.
 

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We should launch some sort of military operation into Afghanistan and give those idiots a message. They know where the terrorists are and yet, they allow them to operate from inside their territory.

Such an operation would weaken the Afghan Security Forces and it'll be easier for the Taliban to come to power who we presumably support. It'll be a win-win result. I fear sanctions from the west, so we should just keep it small but decisive, enough to give those panshiris an idea of what is to come if they don't stop.
 

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