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The Kashmir Conflict

Discussion in 'Internal Affairs' started by desiman, Jun 23, 2010.

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Which solution woud you like ?

Poll closed Apr 24, 2017.
  1. Solution 1

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  2. Solution 2

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  3. Solution 3

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  4. Solution 4

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  5. Solution 5

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  1. Scotlander

    Scotlander Lieutenant FULL MEMBER

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    Mashallah! 72 Hoories :cheesy::

     
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  3. lca-fan

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    Indian Army changes tack, puts tanks at Akhnoor
    Tuesday, September 26, 2017 By: Tribune India Source Link: CLICK HERE[​IMG]


    India has reorganised an Army division to hold tanks and armoured vehicles in its arsenal and located it to tackle threats from across the Line of Control (LoC) in the lower parts of Jammu and Kashmir. The division is tasked with countering the threat in the Chammb-Jaurian sector, west of Akhnoor.

    The area is of immense strategic importance. During the 1965 and 1971 wars, Pakistan had tried to run its armoured columns through these fertile plains located smack on the LoC in an attempt to cut off India’s access to Kashmir, resulting in pitched tank battles.

    The existing 10th Infantry Division of the Indian Army based at Akhnoor has now been converted into “Rapids” or Reorganised Army Plains Infantry Divisions. It will hold two regiments of tanks (around 100) and another two regiments of mechanised armoured vehicles (100). The Army uses the Russian-built BMP as armoured vehicles.

    This will be the first of the series under Army’s Northern Command. The first ones came up at locations under the Western Command in the late 1980s. Former Army Chief General K Sundarji (retd) is credited with the creation of “Rapids”.

    Each of “Rapids” also consists of two infantry brigades, artillery elements, a reconnaissance and support battalion, an engineer regiment, a signals regiment and latest surveillance with target acquisition equipment.

    On September 1, 1965, the Pakistan army had launched “Operation Grand Slam” to take control of the Akhnoor bridge in a bid to cut off the Nowshera-Rajouri-Poonch area from Jammu. In 1971, the tactic was repeated.
    http://www.defencenews.in/article/Indian-Army-changes-tack,-puts-tanks-at-Akhnoor-373779
     
  5. lca-fan

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    Will keep burying Terrorists two-and-a-half feet below ground, says Army Chief
    Tuesday, September 26, 2017 By: News18 Source Link: CLICK HERE


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    Army Chief General Bipin Rawat said on Monday that surgical strikes on terror launch pads across the LoC could be repeated, if necessary, seeking to send a stern message to Pakistan.

    He said cross-border infiltration will continue because camps across the Line of Control, from where terrorists are launched, are still operational, and warned that the Indian Army is ready to "receive" them and keep dispatching them to their graves.

    "The strike was a message we wanted to communicate to them and they have understood what we mean...that things could follow up, if required," Rawat said.

    He was speaking at the launch of a book India's Most Fearless authored by two defence journalists, Shiv Aroor and Rahul Singh.

    The book chronicles personal accounts of soldiers and their valour in extreme and hostile conditions, including of officers who participated in the surgical strikes.

    Later, responding to a question by reporters on infiltration attempts, Rawat said, "Terrorists will keep coming because the (terror) camps are operational there (across the LoC). Even we are ready. We will keep receiving them (infiltrators) to dispatch them two-and-a-half feet below the ground."

    The surgical strikes on terror launch pads across the LoC were conducted on the intervening night of September 28-29 last year, following a militant attack on an Army camp that killed 19 soldiers in Jammu and Kashmir.

    The strikes were carried out by the Special Forces of the Army who had crossed the LoC. An unspecified number of terrorists waiting to sneak into India were killed in action by the Indian Army.

    When asked what impact did the surgical strikes had, Rawat said, "(It sent a message that) We are a stronger nation capable of taking decisions when time comes."

    Rawat's predecessor Gen (retd) Dalbir Singh, who was the Army chief when surgical strikes were carried out, echoed similar views on their impact.

    "They had struck well as deterrence and have enhanced India's image abroad," Singh said.

    When asked about what was the difficult part of the surgical strikes carried out in the Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK), Singh said the worrying part was "extricating" the soldiers without any casualty.

    When asked about an operation conducted by the Army against NSCN (Khaplang), after they killed 20 soldiers in an assault in Manipur in 2015, Singh said he took up the matter with the Defence Minister for training the Special Forces for such operations and upgrading their equipment.

    "When I visited the Northern (Army) command after that (strike), I told the command that we need to train our people, and if people are required to be pulled out from the Valley for training let's do that," Singh said.
    http://www.defencenews.in/article/W...alf-feet-below-ground,-says-Army-Chief-373785
     
  6. Som Thomas

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    Kashmir’s longest surviving militant Abdul Qayoom Najar killed in Uri

    Abdul Qayoom Najar, one of the most dreaded and among the longest-surviving Kashmiri militants, was killed in an encounter with security forces along the Line of Control in north Kashmir’s Uri on Tuesday, police said.

    Najar, 43, joined the insurgency when he was 16. Imtiyaz Hussain, the senior superintendent of police (SSP) Baramulla told HT that Najar was behind more than 50 killings, IED blasts, weapon snatchings and attacks on mobile towers.

    Najar, the SSP added, is said to have joined the militancy in the early 90’s and had gone to Pakistan in 2015. He was returning to Kashmir to revive operations of the Hizbul Mujahideen after the militant groups top brass was neutralised by forces in recent months, he said.
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    “Najar was killed as security forces foiled an infiltration bid in Lachipora area near the LoC this morning,” Hussain said. He was the fifth militant to be killed in Uri since Sunday.

    Police said in a press release that Najar was sent by the United Jehad Council’s commander Syed Salahudin to revive the Hizbul Mujahideen, whose commanders of north Kashmir Pervaiz Wani and Yasin Yatoo were killed recently.

    Najar is said to be the perpetrator of a series of attacks on mobile towers and tower operators in 2014-15. He was expelled from the Hizbul Mujahedeen in July 2015 after being held responsible for deaths of innocent civilians in these attacks.

    Najar reportedly started as a top commander after the killing of militant Abdul Majid Dar in 2003, a death many see as being orchestrated by Najar. Dar, according to the police, had entered into a dialogue with the Indian government in 2000.

    “He was recalled to the base camp in Muzaffarabad in Pak-occupied-Kashmir to sort out the differences,” a police press note said.

    The same year, when police circulated a most-wanted notice for Najar announcing a reward of Rs 10 lakh, a shopkeeper in Kupwara accused the police of using his picture instead of the dreaded militant, who was a lookalike. The gaffe had then made headlines.

    http://www.hindustantimes.com/india...ulla-police/story-mxH0TNED21xuoETMAqLRiP.html


    Another Swine Dead!!!
     
  7. Bloom 17

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    Geez Indian police. Wanted poster ke liye photo nahi hai, no problem lookalike Ka lagadethe
     
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  9. OverLoad

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    This is symbolic picture, any ways there are thousands of pictures from Kashmir showing real face of barbaric evil forces.
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    Nasir Ahmed Khan, five

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    Hamid 14/15 years old.
     
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    Propaganda piece mate..... I am a father of 2.... Will never send my kids to a place like this.. ...Unless I want to sell their fate for a fat sum paid by terrorists supporters across border.......

    Feel sorry for these kids.... instead of being in school and playing.... they have been used as propaganda material by morons..... These masters care a damn about them....just want pics to support their narrative..... Allah sees everything...and that is why this goof up....
     
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    You have options but they have to since they have to live there.
     
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    Again what you will do if oppressors remain hostile 24/7 and 365 days, family has to go out for grocery, school and other activities but forces of evil hunting them like animals with short guns (pellet guns are different) Indian forces using shot guns (birds shell).
     
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  14. Robinhood Pandey

    Robinhood Pandey SECOND IN COMMAND Staff Member SECTION CHIEF

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    How many days have you spent in Kashmir ?

    or this is just another blast of hot air from you !!

    oh wait . . . it is !
     
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    Mien harr aerey ghairy natho khairy ko jawab nahien deyta,
     

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