What's new

Purchasing Wakhan District

Should Pakisan purchase Wakhan from the Taliban?


  • Total voters
    129
  • Poll closed .

Hakikat ve Hikmet

ELITE MEMBER
Nov 14, 2015
13,475
17
35,070
Country
United States
Location
United States
Why would Afghanistan sell it's territory to Pakistan ? Lol some of our people have quite interesting logic ...
Even taliban doesn't recongnize Durand Line and we are talking of wakhan..
It's not about the Taliban, it's about the Pak General Staffs.....

Afganistan is a divided country.....

At the end of the day, if Pak doesn't want something in Afganistan it doesn't get realized even if the Super Powers get involved with all of their might....

By the by, where are those debauch kings, communists, NA thugs etc. now????
 

Rana4pak

FULL MEMBER
Jul 16, 2010
948
-2
1,346
It's not about the Taliban, it's about the Pak General Staffs.....

Afganistan is a divided country.....

At the end of the day, if Pak doesn't want something in Afganistan it doesn't get realized even if the Super Powers get involved with all of their might....

By the by, where are those debauch kings, communists, NA thugs etc. now????
Bro it’s all depends upon pak establishment if we give offer Tajikistan they will happily capture wakhan corridor instead of us and do trading through gawader along with all Central Asia states. Tajikistan will become a trading hub for Central Asia Uzbeks love that
 

krash

MODERATOR
Jul 28, 2009
5,821
27
7,826
Country
Pakistan
Location
Canada
By hook or by crook it is in Pakistani interest to take that piece of land and secure it for trade. Billions if not trillions to be made once its up.
Logistically and economically speaking, even if we had the corridor it would make better sense to go over the Khunjerab pass and then use the existing Chinese infrastructure to trade with Central Asia. We would have to build an entire network of logistical services including a KKH 2.0 just to get to the border which is made up of near impassable peaks. Then we would need to do it again on the Tajik side which is all high-altitude backwater country well into Kyrgyzstan. The terrain doesn't get noticeably easier until you reach Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan. Even if we did all that, the corridor route would offer little in the way of time and cost savings.

The Chinese route is already there and, seemingly, ever expanding. The terrain also tames down as you descend from the Khunjerab Pass.

1627062956125.png



People’s have no idea what wakhan corridor is for Pakistan every body is talking about trade n linkage but ignore one fact even our policy makers haven’t think about it . It is it’s River we can get water from Tajikistan and make canals in kph n balouchistan and use it for agriculture purpose .by hook or crook we should get this corridor it will deminish Indians black mailing. AMU drya is for reference. Look at this map View attachment 764487
It's a tad difficult to run rivers up some of the highest mountains in the world, such as the Hindu Kush, and on to high altitude plateaus, such as Balochistan.
 
Last edited:

Rana4pak

FULL MEMBER
Jul 16, 2010
948
-2
1,346
Logistically and economically speaking, even if we had the corridor it would make better sense to go over the Khunjerab pass and then use the existing Chinese infrastructure to trade with Central Asia. We would have to build an entire network of logistical services including a KKH 2.0 just to get to the border which is made up of near impassable peaks. Then we would need to do it again on the Tajik side, which is all high altitude backwater country well into Kyrgyzstan. The terrain doesn't get noticeably easier until you reach Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan. Even if we did all that, the corridor route would offer little in the way of time and cost savings.

The Chinese route is already there and, seemingly, ever expanding. The terrain also tames down as you descend from the Khunjerab Pass.

View attachment 764623




It's a tad difficult to run rivers up mountains and on to high altitude plateaus.
It’s difficult but not impossible for water security of country,if we want a regional power we must prove ourself.History taught us those who have courage they have land, Might is Wright for reference look at south to north water project of China
 

krash

MODERATOR
Jul 28, 2009
5,821
27
7,826
Country
Pakistan
Location
Canada
It’s difficult but not impossible for water security of country,if we want a regional power we must prove ourself.History taught us those who have courage they have land, Might is Wright for reference look at south to north water project of China
No, your proposal is not in anyway comparable to the Chinese project.
 

White and Green with M/S

SENIOR MEMBER
Oct 29, 2020
3,748
-2
1,980
Country
Pakistan
Location
United States
It’s difficult but not impossible for water security of country,if we want a regional power we must prove ourself.History taught us those who have courage they have land, Might is Wright for reference look at south to north water project of China
No we have no resource or will power do this dug the canals from glaciers to Baluchistan, its a infeasible proposal lol
 

Gangetic

FULL MEMBER
Oct 25, 2018
551
0
973
Country
Pakistan
Location
United Kingdom
Logistically and economically speaking, even if we had the corridor it would make better sense to go over the Khunjerab pass and then use the existing Chinese infrastructure to trade with Central Asia. We would have to build an entire network of logistical services including a KKH 2.0 just to get to the border which is made up of near impassable peaks. Then we would need to do it again on the Tajik side which is all high-altitude backwater country well into Kyrgyzstan. The terrain doesn't get noticeably easier until you reach Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan. Even if we did all that, the corridor route would offer little in the way of time and cost savings.

The Chinese route is already there and, seemingly, ever expanding. The terrain also tames down as you descend from the Khunjerab Pass.

View attachment 764623




It's a tad difficult to run rivers up some of the highest mountains in the world, such as the Hindu Kush, and on to high altitude plateaus, such as Balochistan.
It's a shame that the quickest route is through Afghanistan. Kunduz and Mazar-e-Sharif connects to the heartlands of Uzbekistan/Tajikistan and has good access to Turkmenistan too.
 

krash

MODERATOR
Jul 28, 2009
5,821
27
7,826
Country
Pakistan
Location
Canada
See the admin @krash came ignored the racial slur and abuse towards pushtoons and balochs and moved on.

now if that was me I be banned for months, so no equality in the physical world and neither in virtual world.
Or maybe @krash still hasn't gone through the entire thread? Maybe, you are trying to whip out your victim card a little too early? Next time report it instead of making a performance out of it?
 
Last edited:

H!TchHiker

SENIOR MEMBER
Aug 16, 2016
4,764
8
5,529
Country
Pakistan
Location
Saudi Arabia
It's not about the Taliban, it's about the Pak General Staffs.....

Afganistan is a divided country.....

At the end of the day, if Pak doesn't want something in Afganistan it doesn't get realized even if the Super Powers get involved with all of their might....

By the by, where are those debauch kings, communists, NA thugs etc. now????
Those thugs will soon left Afghanistan..i only hope they are not allowed in Pakistan .Pakistan for once should stay away from Afghanistan and let the people decide ...and work with whoever rule Kabul for betterment
 

TNT

SENIOR MEMBER
Jun 2, 2019
5,063
-1
8,490
Country
Pakistan
Location
Pakistan
By hook or by crook it is in Pakistani interest to take that piece of land and secure it for trade. Billions if not trillions to be made once its up.
Not possible as it will disconnect direct chinese access to Afghanistan and china would never want that.
In my opinion, if a friendly govt comea in Afghanistan, we can negotiate a deal where they give us direct access to Tajikistan.
 

HalfMoon

BANNED
Nov 21, 2018
3,723
-2
4,744
Country
India
Location
India
Tribes in erstwhile FATA are out of control, Balochistan is simmering and you want to absorb Afghanistan. Kindly look at ground realities before sharing items from your wish list that would never come true.
Let's not fall for Western propaganda.

You should first read about success of Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad and CPEC before making such wild claims based on western media propaganda.
 

Moon

SENIOR MEMBER
Oct 27, 2014
2,368
2
2,851
Country
Pakistan
Location
Pakistan
slice of sacred land of our ancestors.
What's the extent of your sacred land?
Afghan kings surrendered half of it to the British, and then 70 years later they surrendered the remaining half to US. You live in UK and give sermons of your sacred land what a joke you are.
You don't represent me, nor do you represent a Baloch. You represent only yourself and from what it seems, you're a stupid, stupid man.
 

Users Who Are Viewing This Thread (Total: 1, Members: 0, Guests: 1)


Top Bottom