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Pak troops cross LoC, kill 2 Indian jawans brutally

Discussion in 'Indian Army' started by tunguska, Jan 6, 2013.

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  1. Jungibaaz

    Jungibaaz Lt. Colonel ELITE MEMBER

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    All that race BS? You buy that crap?
    Don't expect me to.

    Bloody hell. Your tag says Professional. Act like it.
     
  2. vikas jat

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    i dont understand how our political heads remained so cool calm aftee each n every devil attack from pakistan
    i mean how they face pakisrani side on any international summit
    dont they felt shame ?
    even they dont make any ego issue ?
    how funny when our corrupt foreign minister said pak dont provoke us
    i mean aj tak to hua nhe ab kya honge
     
  3. vstol jockey

    vstol jockey Colonel MILITARY STRATEGIST

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    I had told you guys that PA has done a big mistake by targetting the Rajputana Rifles batalion. These guys won't stop without revenge. there is going to be a very strong reaction against the Baloach regiment now.
     
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    @vstol sir why did you post against Sikhs?
     
  5. Manmohan Yadav

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    I am waiting for it
    Jawans are on hunger strike
    thats what is worrying
     
  6. vstol jockey

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    It was not against Sikhs in any manner but a way to drive home the point that those who commit the mistake of calling Hindus cowards must remember what Hindus are capable of.
    In case it has been construed as being against Sikhs, I wish to apologise unconditionally. It was neither intended nor meant to be such.
     
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  7. TSUNAMI

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    WASHINGTON: The United States on Wednesday spiked Pakistan's effort to seek third-party intervention in its border flare-up with India unless both countries desired it, saying "at the moment, we're urging them to talk to each other."

    US reaction to the border incidents came amid signs that Pakistan is riding on the tensions to draw attention to its sundry disputes with India even as it is losing control of its western regions and the center is caving in. But Washington did not rise to Pakistan's bait to get involved in the ongoing border flare-up.

    "Our view is that India and Pakistan have made pretty good progress in recent years in working through a number of difficult issues, including opening of the trade relations, et cetera, that they are now engaged at a high level on these recent incidents. If they can work it out themselves, that's obviously best," state department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland said.

    "If both parties were interested in support from the UN, et cetera, we'd obviously support that as well. But at the moment, we're urging them to talk to each other," she added. Pakistan had quickly suggested third party scrutiny of the border incidents after disputed versions of who or what caused the flare-up. India typically rejects any third-party mediation.

    Nuland said secretary of state Hillary Clinton was on top of the developments and had instructed US ambassadors in both countries "to work with both governments, which they are doing." She declined to go into specifics of the reported beheading of an Indian soldier saying "we've spoken to the general principles we want to see here."

    From state department lectern, Nuland essayed a series of statements typical of Washington's calls during India-Pakistan flare-ups even as Washington continued its relentless Drone bombing of Pakistan to destroy the country's terrorist infrastructure, including seven in the first ten days of 2013.

    "We're urging both sides to take steps to end the violence. We continue to strongly support any efforts to improve relations between the two countries. We've also discussed these latest incidents with both governments, urged them to talk to each other, and urged calm. Violence is not the answer for either country," Nuland said.

    Some observers reckon that Pakistan could be ratcheting up tensions on its eastern border through use of irregulars (terrorists) to ease the pressure elsewhere. While there are copious references to Pakistan's practice of terrorism by US officials in private and when they retire from government, American interlocutors are cautious about official, public admonitions of Islamabad because of fears that Pakistan can aggravate US misery in Afghanistan. They also fear a collapse of a nuclear Pakistan.

    "The American intelligence community's new global estimate rates Pakistan among the most likely states in the world to fail by 2030. Pakistan also remains a state sponsor of terror," former U.S intelligence analyst Bruce Riedel wrote in a recent tract, pointing out that three of the five most-wanted on America's counter-terrorism list live in Pakistan.

    "The mastermind of the Mumbai massacre and head of Lashkar-e-Taiba, Hafeez Saeed, makes no effort to hide. He is feted by the army and the political elite, appears on television and calls for the destruction of India frequently and jihad against America and Israel," Riedel, who served in the Clinton White House and advised the Obama administration on Pakistan, wrote.

    But his successors carefully avoid talking about Saeed or related specifics even though there are reports that the terrorist was instigating regular and irregular Pakistani forces on the border ahead of the recent incidents.

    US says no need for third party in India-Pakistan spat - The Times of India
     
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    Jawans’ mutilation: Intercepted call reveals Pak army units congratulated each other on Indian soldiers’ killing | idrw.org
    Even as Pakistangovernment and its army have repeatedly denied the role of state actors in the attack on Indian Army’s patrol team in Mendhar sector near Line of Control(LoC), India has secured a major proof to nail the neighbour’s lies.

    According to sources, the military intelligence had intercepted a call between Pakistani Army units congratulating each other after two Indian soldiers were killed in the ambush on January 8. The personnel’s bodies were badly mutilated and head of one of them was taken away by Pakistani troops as a trophy.
    Intelligence sources also told Headlines Today that in the intercepted audio wherein the two units are heard conversing also included talks about a third unit on the LoC, indicating that there might be more such attacks along the LoC in other sectors as well.

    This part of the conversation was disjointed and insufficient to pinpoint the area where the unit has been located. The conversation was an encrypted voice transmission that the Indian Army had decoders for. It was, therefore, uncertain whether the Pakistan Army wanted India to hear this conversation since it implicates their forces.

    Despite India summoning Pakistani high commissioner to India — Salman Bashir — and registering “strong protest” over the ceasefire violations along the LoC and attack on the Indian soldiers, Pakistan’s foreign ministry and army have issued several statements denying their role in the incident and instead blaming India for ceasefire violations.

    Pakistan had on Wednesday said that it was prepared to hold investigation through the United Nations Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP), which was rejected by India on Thursday as it made it clear that it did not want to internationalise the issue.
     
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    India will consider other options if Pak continues firing, ceasefire violation: IAF chief

    Asserting that repeated ceasefire violations by Pakistan are "unacceptable", IAF chief Air Chief Marshal NAK Browne on Saturday warned that India may have to look at "some other options for compliance" if such incidents continue.

    "We have a Line of Control, we have a ceasefireagreement, we have certain structures and mechanisms which are sacrosanct and any violation of these with impunity especially what has been happening in the last few months is totally unacceptable.


    "We are monitoring the situation carefully because if these things continue to be the way they are and these violations continue to take place, then perhaps we may have to look at some other options for compliance," he told reporters in New Delhi on the sidelines of an NCC function.

    The IAF Chief, who is the senior most armed forces officer in the country, was asked about the suggestions he has given to the political leadership on the brutal killing of two Indian soldiers by Pakistan Army.

    Refusing to divulge the options being looked at by the Government, he said, "Options are options. We do not discuss these options openly. If the violations continue, we may have to look at the whole issue all over again."

    Asked how would the military leadership uphold the honour of soldiers such as the two jawans killed by Pakistan Army, he said, "When you join the armed forces, you hold certain ethos, values and certain traditions of the country which you have to uphold."

    On January 8, Pakistan Army regulars had infiltrated inside Indian territory in Poonch sector of Jammu and Kashmir and killed and mutilated bodies of Lance Naiks Sudhakar Singh and Hemraj there.

    India has also been raising the issue of rising number of ceasefire violations by Pakistan in the last one year.


    India will consider other options if Pak continues firing, ceasefire violation: IAF chief - Hindustan Times
     
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  10. Star Wars

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    oh well....hope this does not turn into a war..
     
  11. Star Wars

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    pakistani intruder arrested
     
  12. Himanshu Pandey

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    Where??
     
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    what ? really ???
     
  14. Star Wars

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    its in news..he is being interrogated...
     
  15. Manmohan Yadav

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    is he one of the intruders who killed our men ?
    or someone else
     
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