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Unknown Flying Object - Pakistan 2000 (DAWN NEWS)

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  1. KhalaiMakhlooq

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    This is a series of events having taken place in Pakistan in 2000, in the Dera Ghazi Khan area, as brought back by the local press. The texts which follow are strictly neither more nor less than what the Pakistan newspaper "Dawn" published.

    August 15, 2000:
    'Missiles' seen over Balochistan: ISPR offers no comment
    By Saleem Shahid

    QUETTA, Aug 15: Flares, presumably those of missiles or rockets, were seen flying over Quetta and other cities of Balochistan late Tuesday night causing scare among the people. Several people and officials claimed to have spotted the flares over Quetta, Loralai, Qila Saifullah and other areas of Balochistan.

    However, the officials concerned did not confirm the destination, landing of these flares and any damage in any area.

    The DC, Barkan, Iftikhar Chaudhary, confirmed by telephone that he had seen the flares, crossing the sound barriers over the skies. He said the flares or "missiles" were moving with a very high speed in a row of six to seven.

    When contacted, Shoib Mir, deputy commissioner, Loralai, also confirmed the flying of the flares, "possibly rockets or missiles" over Loralai. The DC said that the people in Hostri, Kocha Killi and Mara Tangi had also spotted those objects and confirmed it to him.

    Both the officials said that there were no reports where those "missiles" had landed.

    The political agent, Chagai, also confirmed the flying of missiles or rocket with high speed over Chagai district. Some reports suggested that the "missiles or rockets" were flying from west to east.

    Rafaqat Ali adds from Islamabad: An ISPR spokesman ruled out the possibility of any attack on any part of Afghanistan like the Americans made earlier on the hideout of Osma Bin Laden.

    Gen Rashid Qureshi, the ISPR director-general, when contacted by telephone late Tuesday night, said there was no veracity in such reports.

    He was asked if he had any information of any blast or sighting of missiles, he said he was not in a position either to confirm or deny it. He said only after checking up with the relevant authorities he would be in a position to say anything.

    August 16, 2000:
    By Saleem Shahid

    QUETTA, Aug 16: A massive search was carried out in the districts of Loralai, Barkan, Kohlu and the adjoining areas to find out any evidence of the unidentified objects, presumably missiles, by the officials and the people on Wednesday.

    The official sources confirmed the use of choppers and inducting members of the law enforcing agencies in finding any trace of debris or destruction by the unidentified objects seen flying over the districts of Balochistan.

    Some sources confirmed that similar objects with sound of explosions were also spotted over Kandahar in Afghanistan, people contacted by telephone told this correspondent.

    One Naseebullah of Kohlu district in Marri tribal agency said, "obviously he saw the objects flying with high speed. But he got no clue what were the objects. If missiles, who fired them and where it landed."

    Deputy commissioner Barkan, Iftikhar Chaudhary, Shoaib Mir, acting commissioner Loralai, political agent, Kohlu, Akbar Durrani, also confirmed that the combing operations were carried out in their respective districts.

    The officials used police, levies, militiamen and helicopters to comb the areas to resolve the mystery, the sources said. They were firm that the unidentified objects moved from West to East entering the territory of Punjab province.

    Ansar Abbasi adds from Islamabad, the reported "missiles" seen over Balochistan on Tuesday night remained a mystery even on Wednesday as the authorities could not confirm any missile or rocket fire.

    An ISPR spokesman Colonel Saulat when contacted categorically told Dawn that neither any missile nor any rocket had landed anywhere in Balochistan.

    When asked whether the ISPR would be issuing any reaction to the reported incident, he said, "no" and added that the provincial government was investigating the matter to ascertain whether any such thing had occurred.

    The military spokesman Major General Rashid Qureshi had already ruled out the possibility of any attack on any part of Afghanistan like the Americans did earlier on the hideout of Osama Bin Laden.

    August 17, 2000:
    Govt says mysterious objects not missiles
    By Our Staff Correspondent

    QUETTA, Aug 17: The Balochistan government on Thursday said that the unidentified objects spotted on the skies of Balochistan on Aug 15 were not missiles.

    "Certain misreporting by the media has added to the uncertainty and drew mixed reaction by the people", an official statement said here today.

    It said that seven unidentified objects had been spotted flying over Noshki, Quetta, Loralai, Barkhan, Maiwand, Kohlu, Hekhtar, Uchli, Maratangi and Fort Munro crossing the provincial boundaries.

    Due to the technical peculiarities it could very safely be said that the objects were not missiles at all, it added.

    There had been no reports of landing of the objects in any part of the province, it stated.

    However, due to unconfirmed reports a search party, headed by senior officials, had been sent to different areas but nothing could be found.

    Massive search continued in different areas of the province on the second day on Thursday for finding any evidence of the unidentified objects.

    "No evidence of crash of the objects was found from any district where these were seen flying over," sources in Barkhan and Loralai said.

    Different teams of police, levies and Frontier Corps, continued their search operation in the difficult hilly areas of Loralai, Barkhan and Kohlu, sources confirmed to Dawn when contacted by telephone.

    Meanwhile the Taliban sources in Kandahar denied the reports that missiles had been fired from Afghanistan.

    A spokesman for the Taliban authorities said: "No missile or any other object was fired from Afghan land towards Pakistan."

    August 27, 2000:
    Another Unidentified Flying Object lands in D.G. Khan
    By Tariq Birmani

    DERA GHAZI KHAN, Aug 27: An unidentified flying object (UFO) which came from the west side landed in the tribal area of Dera Ghazi Khan on Sunday night, reports reaching here said.

    The UFO which was seen flying over Fort Munro and Rakhi Gaaj towns of the tribal area hit the ground between Baghalchor and Rounghin, some 80km from here, at 8.30pm.

    Sources in the Border Military Police (BMP) quoted tribesmen living in Rounghin area as saying the unidentified flying object had come from the West, Balochistan.

    "It was nose-diving and after a few moments the sky was lit up," the tribesmen said. Sources ruled out the possibility of casualties because the area where the UFO probably landed was deserted.

    Uranium-rich Baghalchor is out of bound area whereas Rounghin has a scattered and thin population.

    Sources in the office of the tribal area political assistant confirmed receiving the report and said a team had been sent to the area to ascertain the facts.

    It was the second UFO which landed in the tribal area of southern Punjab in the last two weeks.

    Earlier, an object which was also seen flying over several towns of Balochistan had landed near a PAF air base in the tribal area of Rajanpur district on Aug 15.

    Its wreckage was removed by members of sensitive agencies a few days ago. The divisional administration is tight-lipped over the issue.

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    Aliens?
     
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    I feel saying alien life doesn't exist, may be arrogant
     
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    Because there is an overwhelming case for alien life. Ancient cultures from all around the world including the Mayans, Sumerians, Egyptians, Persians, Greeks, Romans, African, Indians, Chinese, Arabs have a deep rooted culture in non-human supernatural beings, what we call 'aliens'.

    Earth is small planet in a universe of billions of systems, the probability of alien life is very low. Humans have a very specific DNA, there are life forms whose bones we have date back 1 million years that look human, but are different.

    There is a strong case for a global civilisation that spanned the globe that was pre-human, in terms of archaeology. There have been many sightings on of these things in real life, some of which are available online. Many videos are fake but they can be easily spotted.

    Very very clever people who know what they are talking about, from space industries, defence, politics, government, UN publicly state they have interacted with aliens. Some believe we are in a war with aliens. Many UFO sightings have been seen all over the world, approximately 4-5000 every year.

    People from organisations such as The UN, The EU, NATO, CIA, Indian Media believe the same too. There are probably people in the Pakistan Air Force which have interacted with these things.

    A famous example is during a recent war between India and Pakistan, soldiers reported there was these 'strange unknown things' in the sky that were 'grabbing the army rockets being fired and throwing them back to the ground'. People were calling them 'angels'. This was said by different Pakistanis as 'common knowledge'.
     
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    Why do you need to dig out a couple of decades old article. That alien vehicle most probably was tomahawk cruise missile which helped us understanding the alien tech and helped us to build the hybrid of our own alien aka ‘Raad’.
     
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    Dera gazi khan is not tribal area and that unidentified object which landed there back in 2000 was not ufo.

    Rajanpur is not tribal area as well.
     
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    I couldn't find this article posted by another member on the forum. It was not as you suggest a tomahawk as there is content I can refer you to of the same the world over, but for some strange reason they are concentrated in the Himalayas. There were other UFO crashes in Pakistan spanning decades, but I wont bore you.

    There is a strict definition here of 'Alien' meaning 'Khalai Makhlooq' or 'non-human extra terrestrial alien humanoid life form' in the most traditional and orthodox sense, not in a convoluted deep-state elitist or 'alien to the interest of the people of Pakistan' sense.
     
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    If some wants to meet jinn he can meet here in Pakistan. There is good population of jinn living here and well preserved one.

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    Maybe recon missions by Americans u2 ,f117,
     
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    Would be an accurate description



    Another, more local example

    Not sure if YouTube is blocked in Pakistan?

    They probably mean 'tribal areas' as in 'rural areas' (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dajal,_Rajanpur) Wikipedia - Dajal, Rajanpur
     
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    Tribal area is different thing and rural area is a different thing. Rajan pur is not tribal area but it is a rural are yes.

    Bilot. Jinn can be sighted there. There are many other place where Jinn can be sighted in Pakistan.
     
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    This used to be quite common. I'm glad they've gotten their act together and we don't see news like this anymore:

    https://www.dawn.com/news/767719/mysterious-object-scares-villagers

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    DADU, Nov 29: Fear and bewilderment overtook some parts of Dadu district after some mysterious objects fell on a number of villages late on Wednesday night.

    The biggest fragment weighing 187 kilograms fell on a ground in Allah Jurio Lund village, 30 kilometres from Dadu. Other pieces fell on Pir Mashaikh, Shehak Rodnani and Khandhani villages.

    There were no injuries or damage to property.

    (According to news agencies, military authorities took possession of the “heavy pieces of engine and other metallic objects, believed to be splinters of a satellite or missile”. An Army team, headed by Commanding Officer of Hyderabad, Col. Mushtaque, arrived in Dadu on Thursday and started investigation after taking two pieces of the object).

    Sain Bux Loond, a villager, told journalists that he was at his home when a loud bang drew him outside. “First I couldn’t make head or tail of the scene before my eyes. After gathering my wits I dashed to the police station and told them what I had seen,” Loond said.

    A former nazim of union council Sawro, Allah Yar Rodhnan, told Dawn that he too came across a piece of the indescribable object. “It was a piece of iron, five feet long and two feet wide.”

    Khalid Jamali, who lives in Chhapar Khan village of Johi taluka, told Dawn on mobile phone that two pieces of iron, one weighing six kilograms and the other two kilos, had fallen on his settlement, too. “Both fragments gave off flames for half an hour. Luckily, no loss of life or property occurred in the village.”

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    https://www.dawn.com/news/767866
    KARACHI: The mysterious metallic objects, which fell from the sky baffling villagers in Dadu late Wednesday night, were parts of Pakistan’s Hatf V Ghauri missile, a spokesman for the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said on Friday.“The metal parts found in a remote area of Dadu, as reported in media today, were part of the motor body, which separated from the missile as planned, well within the safety corridor,” said a statement by the ISPR.“It was ensured that at no point, would human life or property be at risk. There is no cause for alarm or concern,” the spokesman concluded.Pakistan conducted a test of the mid-range nuclear capable ballistic missile on Wednesday. The liquid-fuelled missile, capable of carrying both conventional as well as nuclear payload, has a range of 1300 kilometres.Fear and bewilderment overtook some parts of Dadu district after the mysterious objects fell on a number of villages late on Wednesday, the Dawn newspaper had reported.The biggest fragment weighing 187 kilograms fell on a ground in Allah Jurio Lund village, 30 kilometres from Dadu. Other pieces fell on Pir Mashaikh, Shehak Rodnani and Khandhani villages.There were no injuries or damage to property.Military authorities were reported to have taken possession of the “heavy pieces of engine and other metallic objects, believed to be splinters of a satellite or missile”.
     
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    Great story, fortunately they haven't got their act together. Here's an example from 2006:


    ‘UFO seen in Dera tribal area’

    DERA GHAZI KHAN, Feb 1: An unidentified flying object with a flashlight was seen by the tribal people on the skies of Dera Ghazi Khan tribal area the other day.

    The UFO, according to eyewitnesses, came from south and passed the whole area moving towards the NWFP area on the night of Jan 29. It was seen flying over Tuman Leghari area near the DG cement factory, Tuman Buzdar and Qaisrani. The Border Military Police, however, could not find any clue to the landing of the object in its jurisdiction.

    A tribesman of Tuman Buzdar told Dawn that he saw the flying object with flashlight at 10pm on Jan 29. The light was so strong, he said, that he could see the ground clearly.

    It is worth mentioning that UFOs were seen in the area in August 2000. One of them was seen flying over several towns of Balochistan and it landed near Farid Air Base in tribal area of Rajanpur district on Aug 15. Its wreckage was removed by the authorities concerned.

    These UFOs came from west and moved towards east while the recently-seen object appeared from south and went to north towards the NWFP, eyewitnesses said.

    SOURCE (HTTP) https://www.dawn.com/news/176912