Pakiban- Origins, Composition, Tactics and Leadership

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Re: Pakiban- Origins, Composition, Tactics and Leadership

Postby ramana » 21 Sep 2016 21:17

X-Post..
More gnan from SSridhar....
SSridhar wrote:I was going through my notes and then something caught my eyes, regarding the incendiary attack on the Uri Camp.

The confession report of two Jaish terrorists, Ahmed Khan Durrani (Pakistani national) and Abdul Qadri (an Afghan Pashtun), who were arrested by Kabul police in March, has opened a can of worms, revealing how Pakistan is providing both the Jaish groups with infrastructure to run their training camps. The duo said they were trained at an ISI-operated training camp in Bare, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. These two terrorists sneaked into India in November 2015 under the guise of a medical visa for Durrani as an Afghan patient and Qadri as his attender. Their target was to attack a temple and a big mall in New Delhi with chemical incendiary bombs. But, they panicked and flew back to Kabul after a botched bomb-making attempt and caught in Kabul. They had been sent to India by MAR {Now, there is a faction of JeM called Jaish-ul-Haq (JuH) headed by Maulana Abdul Rahman who is popularly known as MAR. MAR was responsible for planning for the IC-814 hijack to release Masood Azhar} This was also the first case where Haqqani shura was involved in a terror attack on the Indian soil because MAR has the backing of the Haqqanis.

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Re: Pakiban- Origins, Composition, Tactics and Leadership

Postby ramana » 07 Mar 2019 20:58

X-posting....

BRF was ahead of the curve but sleeping on the job....

Amber G. wrote:Khuda Khair Karen... Even I did not think that there are 68 organizations proscribed by the Pak Ministry of Interior!!

Did you know that here were so MANY of them ....Pak is giving it media attention after Balkot ..
(Even though that nothing happened after no IAF raid on Balkot, they did revise the list... latest update March 4!



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Request for help: Can someone (like SSridhar /Shiv /) highlight ISI sponsored ones in the above list.. I need it for a good cause.

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Re: Pakiban- Origins, Composition, Tactics and Leadership

Postby Amber G. » 08 Mar 2019 10:30

https://twitter.com/MajorPoonia/status/1103847434936111110
A nice video of the Pak PM Mr Imran Khan, which should reach every expert to know what Pak Army is doing all over Pakistan.
@ImranKhanPTI Thanks--for saying the eternal truth and enlightening the whole world abt Pakistan’s rogue army !

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Re: Pakiban- Origins, Composition, Tactics and Leadership

Postby Manish_P » 08 Mar 2019 13:03

pshaw

That's an old video

Now Janab 'give me a peaceful noble' Niazi can simply say that he with the help of the current able chief Kammandu has weeded out all the old rogue elements who did this.. and could we have some of those new F-21s please!

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Re: Pakiban- Origins, Composition, Tactics and Leadership

Postby ramana » 11 Jun 2019 09:58

https://www.tribuneindia.com/mobi/news/ ... 85511.html

While several factors account for the stunning popularity and mobilisation of the Pashtun Tahaffuz Movement (PTM), a key element has been the apathy of mainstream Pakistani political parties, especially the Pashtun ones like the Awami National Party (ANP) towards the plight of the Pashtuns.....


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Re: Pakiban- Origins, Composition, Tactics and Leadership

Postby Paul » 11 Jun 2019 11:09

ANP has been co opted into the Pakistani pantheon by the establishment. Hence the rise of the PTM....

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Re: Pakiban- Origins, Composition, Tactics and Leadership

Postby ramana » 12 Jun 2019 11:44

Welcome back!

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Re: Pakiban- Origins, Composition, Tactics and Leadership

Postby ramana » 03 Oct 2019 10:55

Straight from Imran Khan mouth

50 Taliban groups in Pakistan


https://twitter.com/kpnewschannel/statu ... 43458?s=19


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