Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 1 Feb 2015

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Postby Narad » 27 Feb 2015 19:59

Bojitive neuj: Nanga parat massacre suspect escapes prison.

http://m.timesofindia.com/world/pakista ... 398552.cms

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Postby uddu » 27 Feb 2015 20:28

Nanga Parbat (Nude mountain) what a name..Sharam Sharam. Name given by the Yindoos. Will this mountain be destroyed like the artifacts in iraq by Al-Bakistan?

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Postby Peregrine » 27 Feb 2015 21:57

No dramatic results expected from Jaishankar’s Pakistan visit, India says

NEW DELHI: India is not expecting any dramatic results from foreign secretary S Jaishankar's visit to Pakistan on Tuesday, senior officials on Friday said emphasizing that his visit was a "Saarc yatra and not a Pak yatra".

Jaishankar will be travelling to Bhutan on Sunday and go to Bangladesh next day before flying off from Dhaka to Islamabad on March 3, as part of India's initiative to reach out to SAARC countries. Modi Ji seems to have been reading our discourse on Page 30

With the media focus centred on the Pakistan visit which comes seven months after India had called off foreign secretary-level talks with that country, officials underlined that while the basic objective of the trip was the Saarc outreach, bilateral matters would also come up there.

"I would be surprised if there are any dramatic results in terms of bilateral ties when Jaishankar talks with the Pakistani side. How the visit impacts on the ties was difficult to predict at this point," said an official.

He pointed out that Pakistan was going to be the next chair of the eight-member Saarc. It would be important from Pakistan's point of view to have good relations with India.

Undoubtedly Jaishankar would meet his Pakistani counterpart Aizaz Chaudhry. Who else he would meet there was being worked out.

Asked if the visit would lead to the bilateral dialogue being put back on track, the official said, "frankly, I do not know."

India had cancelled foreign secretary-level talks in August last at the eleventh hour because the Pakistan high commissioner here held consultations with Kashmiri separatists.
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Postby Prem » 27 Feb 2015 22:18

To Paki with Love,
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Postby Peregrine » 28 Feb 2015 00:24

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ISLAMABAD: The federal government and its three major entities — PSO, SSGCL and SNGPL — could not conclude a tripartite agreement required for import, sale and payment of liquefied natural gas (LNG) despite weeklong marathon consultations.

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Postby Tuvaluan » 28 Feb 2015 00:26

Okay, what is the point of Pak. being head of SAARC and all this SAARC drama by India? I don't get it...unless all of this SAARC drama is inconsequential and the real action happens bilaterally or in other forums. Knowing the pakis, they will use SAARC as another means to screw with India's agenda in SAARC....

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Postby chetak » 28 Feb 2015 00:37

shiv wrote:Didn't GoI make it clear that Jaishankar is visiting Pakistan about a SAARC multilateral issue and not a bilateral India Pakistan issue? Why is the press and why are we insisting that this is a bilateral India Pak talks thing.
1. An announcement has been made that this is resumption of talks and I have missed it
2. It is about SAARC and everyone is getting langoti twisted without reason


just to humiliate Modi by maliciously insinuating that he had to cave in under pressure from obama to accommodate the pakis and to also slyly suggest that obama was not as good a friend as Modi publicly portrayed.

This is the exact same paki line too, BTW.

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Postby Tuvaluan » 28 Feb 2015 00:54

chetak wrote:This is the exact same paki line too, BTW.


Too many journos speaking the paki line these days, starting with Praveen "my grandmother crossed the loc" Swami and a horde of hardcore congress supporters on twitter.

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Postby chetak » 28 Feb 2015 01:03

Tuvaluan wrote:
chetak wrote:This is the exact same paki line too, BTW.


Too many journos speaking the paki line these days, starting with Praveen "my grandmother crossed the loc" Swami and a horde of hardcore congress supporters on twitter.


single malt, nalli ghost and some nubile lahori girls (or boys, for those so inclined) works wonders in stiffening some tame Indian journalistic pens and track thoo stalwarts.

Some paki armoured kaur types for the more butch of the Indian female journos too.

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Postby shiv » 28 Feb 2015 06:23

chetak wrote:
Tuvaluan wrote:Too many journos speaking the paki line these days, starting with Praveen "my grandmother crossed the loc" Swami and a horde of hardcore congress supporters on twitter.


single malt, nalli ghost and some nubile lahori girls (or boys, for those so inclined) works wonders in stiffening some tame Indian journalistic pens and track thoo stalwarts.

Some paki armoured kaur types for the more butch of the Indian female journos too.

What these blithering oiseaules need is for someone to make a satire about their attitude on the lines of Monty Python. Imagine the Monkey-asha Kandle Kisser as a doctor (India) and the patient a wild Jackal with rabies dressed like a human (Pakistan) and the doctor is trying to talk to the patient rationally while the patient is foaming, growling, yelping, spitting, biting, struggling, shitting and pissing on the doctor. And the doctor, white coat and all looking serious and calm saying, "Hmm I see I see. Yes yes. Maybe we could try some tests and this medcine may help"

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Postby joygoswami » 28 Feb 2015 09:41

" Bada Jarnal bana phirta hai, dallar leke ladta hai ". Hilarious parody of Rawheel Sharif uploaded by the bad taliban. Dont miss it !!!

Klick Heare Phor Pideo

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Postby arun » 28 Feb 2015 09:51

arun wrote:Tall Fair Tight Assed (TFTA) Migrants from the Islamic Republic of Pakistan overtaken by Short Dark Rice Eating (SDRE) migrants from “Low, Lying” Bangladesh.

From the Economist Magazine:

Breaking out : In Britain, Bangladeshis have overtaken Pakistanis.


Meanwhile ………………

Looks like the Islamic Republic of Pakistan has been ripped off for LNG Regasification plant via use of a Floating Storage and Regasification Unit (FSRU).

Bangladesh’s Petrobangla has signed a FSRU based regasification deal for USD 0.474 per mmbtu with Excelerate Energy :

Petrobangla signs term sheet for LNG terminal deal

Meanwhile the same Excelerate Energy had entered in LNG Regasification plant deal via use of a FSRU with private sector Elengy Terminal Pakistan Limited, a special purpose entity owned by the Islamic Republic’s Engro Group to establish a Re-Gas unit at Karachi, at a price USD 0.66 per mmbtu:

LNG terminal report clarified

I wonder what explains the substantial higher price being paid by the Islamic Republic of Pakistan vis a vis Bangladesh. A case of kickbacks paid out being recovered by Excelerate/Elengy, price gouging by Excelerate/Elengy or reflection of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan’s financial weakness vis a vis its one time colony, Bangladesh?

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Postby arun » 28 Feb 2015 10:24

Feb. 26, 2015 statement of US’s Director of National Intelligence, James R Clapper, to the US Senate Armed Services Committee titled “Worldwide Threat Assessment of the US Intelligence Community”:

Pakistan

Pakistan will probably continue to implement some economic reforms and target anti-Pakistan militants and their activities.

Prime Minister Sharifs promises to address economic, energy, and security issues almost certainly fell short of high public expectations. Furthermore, his standing weakened when he reportedly asked the Army to step in and handle opposition protests in late 2014.

We assess that Islamabad will approve some additional economic reforms in 2015. Undertaking future economic and energy reforms will be more challenging and will probably face greater political and popular opposition.

The Pakistan Government will probably focus in 2015 on diminishing the capabilities of the Tehrik-i-Taliban (TTP), which claimed the attack on a school in December--leaving over 100 children dead.

We judge that Pakistan will aim to establish positive rapport with the new Afghan Government, but longstanding distrust and unresolved disputes between the countries will prevent substantial progress.

Pakistan's provision of safe haven to Lashkar-e Tayyiba will probably continue to be a key irritant in relations with India.

India

…………..{Snipped}…………….. lndia wants to maintain a stable peace with Pakistan but views Pakistan as a direct terrorism threat and a regional source of instability.

lndia is concerned about the stability of Afghanistan and its own presence there following the drawdown of international forces and is looking for options to blunt the influence of Pakistani-supported groups and ensure that Afghanistan does not revert to a haven for anti-lndian militants. …………..{Snipped}……………..


From here:

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Postby Peregrine » 28 Feb 2015 16:16

Disarray in LNG imports
THE fact that the country’s first consignment of liquefied natural gas is now weeks away from landing would have been cause for cheer, had it not been for the many little glitches that still remain.

The government’s job was to put in place the policy framework under which parties, public and private, could contract cargoes and have them transmitted up to the point of consumption. Very little of that work has been done.

Today, we have a situation where PSO, the party that blew a trumpet or two of its own back in September when it declared “record high profits” in its quarterly results, is not keen to pay for the first consignment of imported LNG. The buck, therefore, passed to the two distribution companies — SSGCL and SNGPL — both of which are also reluctant to pick up the tab.

You would think that all this work would have been done by now and at this stage orders would be placed for the first consignments. But it turns out that the petroleum ministry has not worked through much of the policy software required for making LNG imports work.

Either they are too busy, or are living up to the reputation of ineptitude they acquired during the recent petrol crisis.

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Postby Peregrine » 28 Feb 2015 16:31

Terrorist attack in India may lead to nuclear war: US experts
WASHINGTON: A major terrorist attack in India might lead to a large-scale military assault on Pakistan, which then could lead to a nuclear war in one of the world’s most populous regions, the US Congress was told.

Two US experts on South Asian affairs — George Perkovich and Ashley Tellis — presented the doom’s day scenario before a Senate panel earlier this week.

The US Senate and the House of Representatives held a series of hearings this week to consider the Obama administration’s budget proposals for 2016.

While debating the US State Department’s proposals for foreign aid, lawmakers invited senior US officials — including Secretary of State John Kerry — and think-tank experts to explain the administration’s foreign policy.

During one of these hearings, the two experts argued that Pakistan might use nuclear weapons against India if the latter launched a large-scale military assault in retaliation for a major terror attack from across the border.

“South Asia is the most likely place nuclear weapons could be detonated in the foreseeable future. This risk derives from the unusual dynamic of the India-Pakistan competition,” said Mr Perkovich, of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

Mr Tellis of the same institute urged the United States to use its influence to preventing a terrorist attack.

“Other than this, there is little that the United States can do to preserve deterrence stability between two asymmetrically-sized states where the gap in power promises to become even wider tomorrow than it is today,” he said.
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Postby member_22733 » 28 Feb 2015 19:22

Hmmm, How would uncle buy influence to prevent this catastrophe now? Ahh I know, by gifting a few F-16 with nuclear capability.

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Postby CRamS » 28 Feb 2015 20:04

PeregrineJi,

That piece of crap from Perkovich and gang is more wishful thinking, or pressurizing India. Terrorist attack in "South Asia" doesn't happen in a vacuum. The pigLeTs that are supposedly just an "irritant" for US are nothing both US's TSPA munna in mufti. The nukes in TSPA arsenal did not come from Allah, they were gifted to them by China and facilitated by US when TSP and US jointly took on the mighty Soviets. This is a classic case where US sets up a premise, disseminates it through its vast propaganda machine, and repeated a 1000 times, and it becomes truth. And of course, the sad part is that the most affected party in this fraud, India, its English speaking elites will lap that up like colonized slaves. And to rub salt to the wound, US and its India sepoys will harangue the BJP govt on the virtues of "religious tolerance".

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Postby Peregrine » 28 Feb 2015 20:24

CRamS wrote:PeregrineJi,

That piece of crap from Perkovich and gang is more wishful thinking, or pressurizing India. Terrorist attack in "South Asia" doesn't happen in a vacuum. The pigLeTs that are supposedly just an "irritant" for US are nothing both US's TSPA munna in mufti. The nukes in TSPA arsenal did not come from Allah, they were gifted to them by China and facilitated by US when TSP and US jointly took on the mighty Soviets. This is a classic case where US sets up a premise, disseminates it through its vast propaganda machine, and repeated a 1000 times, and it becomes truth. And of course, the sad part is that the most affected party in this fraud, India, its English speaking elites will lap that up like colonized slaves. And to rub salt to the wound, US and its India sepoys will harangue the BJP govt on the virtues of "religious tolerance".


CRamS Ji :

Please forgive me for calling a Spade A SPADE.

Why cannot the Hindus, Jains, Buddhists and Sikhs state to the Christian Powers that the Hindus, Jains and Buddhists and later on the Sikhs have been converted to Christianity for over 2000 years - St. Thomas - and the Muslim Powers that the Hindus, Jains, Buddhists and the Sikhs have been converted to Islam for over 1200 years.

What is wrong now if Hindus, Jains and Buddhists and the Sikhs "welcome back" these Chrisitans and Muslims to Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism?

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Postby vishvak » 28 Feb 2015 20:33

What is wrong now if Hindus, Jains and Buddhists and the Sikhs "welcome back" these Chrisitans and Muslims to Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism?

What is the connection here? Does it justify terrorism under nuclear umbrella, or ignoring the same by powers that be?

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Peregrine wrote:Disarray in LNG imports
THE fact that the country’s first consignment of liquefied natural gas is now weeks away from landing would have been cause for cheer, had it not been for the many little glitches that still remain.

The government’s job was to put in place the policy framework under which parties, public and private, could contract cargoes and have them transmitted up to the point of consumption. Very little of that work has been done.

Today, we have a situation where PSO, the party that blew a trumpet or two of its own back in September when it declared “record high profits” in its quarterly results, is not keen to pay for the first consignment of imported LNG. The buck, therefore, passed to the two distribution companies — SSGCL and SNGPL — both of which are also reluctant to pick up the tab.

You would think that all this work would have been done by now and at this stage orders would be placed for the first consignments. But it turns out that the petroleum ministry has not worked through much of the policy software required for making LNG imports work.

Either they are too busy, or are living up to the reputation of ineptitude they acquired during the recent petrol crisis.

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Goberment could nat put the framwork because
Bakra id thi but without bakra
Phir Bakra aya tou us kha dala
Phir boundry pe pjp ne khub pitayi ki
Phir obama aagya
Phir kirket me dhulai hui
So there was no time for any sorts of framewok salam

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Postby abhijitm » 01 Mar 2015 00:19


Terrorist attack in India will lead to disintegration of pakistan without open Indian assault.

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Postby Shreeman » 01 Mar 2015 00:56

^^^ Expert is not a degree. This whole "furrin eggspurt" business ought to be made extinct. Cant they name the lot upfront, like Dhaka institute of social science is considering sending thai tourists on a moon mission?

Boffin Mehmood Lahori discovers water in solid state! Abdul KaraChiwala use only dihydrogen monoxide to produce external combustion for food processing. Solid waste hits contra-rotating sharpe edged revolutionary mechanism, mirpur university discovers (what? why do you want to limit me to one set of blades?) -- see, they can be just as obtuse in headlines with naming and shaming.

Most people dont read beyond headlines, and this is just a fear mongering technique. Like giving theselves a high chair. The reality is scary enough, without these distractions.

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Postby Prem » 01 Mar 2015 01:10

abhijitm wrote:
Peregrine wrote:Terrorist attack in India may lead to nuclear war: US expertsTerrorist attack in India will lead to disintegration of pakistan without open Indian assault.

Paki are handed a Grenade with Pin pulled out. They better hold it tight, throw it and Pakistan die within Minutes.Hold it tight for survival. Allahphent is no match for Airawat .
Good folks do not understand that Paki will be nuked to Dozakh within 5 minutes of any major terrorist attack. Questions, enquiry Bimari etc will be asked or cured latter on. Nuking Porkland will be the firstJob of that Mauka E Mauka.Let Paki try to find out at first hand as Once and last Life time opportunity. 144 Nukes will reach their target before Poakers could utter any denial. Non terrorism and paki survival are now linked.

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Peregrine wrote:Terrorist attack in India may lead to nuclear war: US experts
WASHINGTON: A major terrorist attack in India might lead to a large-scale military assault on Pakistan, which then could lead to a nuclear war in one of the world’s most populous regions, the US Congress was told.

Two US experts on South Asian affairs — George Perkovich and Ashley Tellis — presented the doom’s day scenario before a Senate panel earlier this week.

The US Senate and the House of Representatives held a series of hearings this week to consider the Obama administration’s budget proposals for 2016.

While debating the US State Department’s proposals for foreign aid, lawmakers invited senior US officials — including Secretary of State John Kerry — and think-tank experts to explain the administration’s foreign policy.

During one of these hearings, the two experts argued that Pakistan might use nuclear weapons against India if the latter launched a large-scale military assault in retaliation for a major terror attack from across the border.

“South Asia is the most likely place nuclear weapons could be detonated in the foreseeable future. This risk derives from the unusual dynamic of the India-Pakistan competition,” said Mr Perkovich, of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

Mr Tellis of the same institute urged the United States to use its influence to preventing a terrorist attack.

“Other than this, there is little that the United States can do to preserve deterrence stability between two asymmetrically-sized states where the gap in power promises to become even wider tomorrow than it is today,” he said.
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George Perkovich.
Testimony. February 25, 2015.
Subcommittee on Strategic Forces of the Senate Armed Services Committee

Read more at:

Regional Nuclear Dynamics

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Ashley J. Tellis.
Testimony. February 25, 2015.
Subcommittee on Strategic Forces of the Senate Armed Services Committee:

Read more at:

China, India, And Pakistan—Growing Nuclear Capabilities With No End in Sight

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Postby arun » 01 Mar 2015 08:14

In the run-up to our Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar’s visit to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, Express Tribune Op-Ed by fellow Indian, Aakar Patel, titled “Why is India not interested in talks with Pakistan?”:

Why is India not interested in talks with Pakistan?

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Postby arun » 01 Mar 2015 09:02

Vice-Chariman of the India Today media Group Shekhar Gupta’s comment at the Lahore Literary Festival that “Only a genuine political will of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s government to combat terrorism and an indiscriminate pursuit of all forms of terrorism in Pakistan can lead to good relations with India” has got the Islamic Republic of Pakistan’s former Foreign Secretary Shamshad Ahmad shalwar in a twist.

S. Ahmad it will be recalled was Foreign Secretary during the Kargil Crisis and was known to be a minion of the Punjabi dominated Uniformed Jihadi’s of the Military of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. S. Ahmad was described by then Special Assistant to US President Bill Clinton and Senior Director for Near East and South Asian Affairs in the US national Security Council, Bruce Riedel, as “known to be very close to very close to Pakistani Military Intelligence (ISI)” (Refer: American Diplomacy and the 1999 Kargil Summit at Blair House):

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Postby Shreeman » 01 Mar 2015 11:25

Has the baki press reported about the conspiracy against bakistan in the world cup? They have to defend low totals and score low runs, just so SDRE media can make advertisement dollars.

I mean, did you see even one halal advert in the entire stadium?

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arun wrote:In the run-up to our Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar’s visit to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, Express Tribune Op-Ed by fellow Indian, Aakar Patel, titled “Why is India not interested in talks with Pakistan?”:

Why is India not interested in talks with Pakistan?

Reads like pure fellow Indian Patel is advising Pakistan to get its act together and do more IT exports to his motherland.

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Postby chetak » 01 Mar 2015 12:46

KLNMurthy wrote:
arun wrote:In the run-up to our Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar’s visit to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, Express Tribune Op-Ed by fellow Indian, Aakar Patel, titled “Why is India not interested in talks with Pakistan?”:

Why is India not interested in talks with Pakistan?

Reads like pure fellow Indian Patel is advising Pakistan to get its act together and do more IT exports to his motherland.


Read it again carefully. He may actually be quietly advocating something quite different.

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Postby JE Menon » 01 Mar 2015 13:20

^^Yes it is a sly call to arms.

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Postby shiv » 01 Mar 2015 13:39

JE Menon wrote:^^Yes it is a sly call to arms.

Yeah but I see him waving a p()rn magazine in front of an 95 year ole man egging him on to get it up and going. I want to see them re-igniting violence. That is the way forward.

I posted a response on the following lines - not published (yet)

Pakistan has only 3 choices
1. Rekindle terrorism
2. Make war
or
3. suck up and swallow the fact that they are just another country in the Indian subcontinent and stop pretending that they are something special orgasmed ordained by God.

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Postby Shreeman » 01 Mar 2015 13:50

It cant be 3. 1. is the xhoice, see recent encounters in j&k.

edit -- choice 2? You do know the relihion of peace and everything? Japan will start a war before pakistan ever fights another.

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Postby arun » 01 Mar 2015 14:29

X Posted from the “26/11/2008: Never Forgive. Never Forget” thread.

Hindustan Times cites BBC Urdu on the hotel atmosphere and privileges granted by the Islamic Republic of Pakistan to Mohammadden Terrorist Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi:

…………………… Lakhvi, 55, and six other terror suspects indicted for the assault on India’s financial hub live in several rooms located next to the jailer’s office in the sprawling Adiala Jail. They have the jailer's permission to have a television, mobile phones, access to internet, and visitors, BBC Urdu reported.

"He (Lakhvi) can receive any number of guests, any time of day or night, seven days a week," one unnamed jail official was quoted as saying in the report. The visitors require no special permission and they do not even need to identify themselves to jail authorities.

The report also substantiated a claim that has for long been made by Indian and US officials – that Lakhvi continues to direct the LeT’s operations from jail. Lakhvi's “uninterrupted access to guests, mobile phone and the internet has kept him in effective contact with the LeT rank and file”, it said. ……………………………..

"On an average, he receives about 100 visitors every day; they are escorted to his private quarters where they can meet him without the watch of jail guards, and can stay for as long as they like," he said. ……………………………..

The report, which described Lakhvi as one of “Pakistan's most notorious prisoners”, said he was living in “relative luxury despite the government's protestations that it is cracking down on militants”.

“This would be unthinkable anywhere else, but elements in the Pakistani establishment are known to have provided such facilities to certain jailed militant commanders who they believe they may need in future for reasons of national security,” the report said. ………………………….


From Here:

Mumbai attack mastermind Lakhvi's luxury time in jail: Access to phones, visitors

Article from the BBC on the same subject:

Mumbai attacks suspect Lakhvi's luxury jail time

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Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 1 Feb 2015

Postby Peregrine » 01 Mar 2015 16:02

Mufti Nails Cwapistan for Terrorism in the Indian State of Jammu and Kashmir which infers that Cwapistan is involved in all the Islamic Terrorism in India :
Hurriyat, Pak allowed conducive atmosphere for polls, J&K CM Mufti Sayeed says
NEW DELHI: Jammu & Kashmir chief minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed on Sunday praised the Hurriyat, Pakistan and militants for allowing successful elections in the state, evoking strong reactions from the opposition even as ally BJP reacted with caution

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 1 Feb 2

Postby SSridhar » 01 Mar 2015 16:44

A Step Forward - DT
India is a large country but it has a very small heart. Being an emerging world economy, it should behave appropriately. Recently, in an interview, talking to the writer on Pak-India relations, Dr Tahir Amin, a prominent Pakistani professor of Political Science and Director National Institute of Pakistan Studies (NIPS), Quaid-e-Azam University Islamabad, recalled an incident in the 1980s: “Once General Ziaul Haq (late) told him that he (General Zia) and Ms Indira Ghandi (then Indian PM) were once together and Indonesian President Suharto was also present. General Zia asked the Indonesian president how the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) could become an effective body like the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), which is very successful. The Indonesian president’s reply was quite interesting. The Indonesian president said, “Indonesia is a large country and also large hearted as well. On the other hand, India is a big country but with a very small heart.” Laughingly he said, “SAARC’s success is linked with India’s graciousness.”

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 1 Feb 2

Postby SSridhar » 01 Mar 2015 17:04

Munir Akram's Improbable Prediction - DAWN
Modi will find it impossible to pummel Pakistan into accepting India’s regional domination. Once Pakistan-Afghan relations are fully normalised, India will lose its principal avenue for waging its apparent shadow war against Pakistan through the Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan and the Balochistan Liberation Army. On the other hand, as the BJP’s Hindu extremists antagonise Kashmiri Muslims, India’s Achilles’ heel will once again be fully exposed.

Nor is Pakistan likely to be financially overwhelmed or strategically intimidated by India’s massive arms build-up. It will acquire defensive capabilities cheaply from China and possibly Russia. In any case, India appears to be arming itself for the wrong war. The next India-Pakistan war, if allowed to happen, will be fought not so much with aircraft, tanks or ships, but mostly with missiles. Such a war will be short and destructive and most likely escalate to the nuclear level.

The main question is what will happen once the realisation dawns in New Delhi that Modi’s ambitions are unlikely to be realised. As the BJP government begins to lose popular support, Modi’s instinct will be to retain the loyalty of his core constituency by returning to his Hindu supremacist roots. This will further divide India and threaten regional and global peace and security.

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Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 1 Feb 2015

Postby Peregrine » 01 Mar 2015 18:48

Hurriyat, Pak allowed conducive atmosphere for polls, J&K CM Mufti Sayeed says
Jammu & Kashmir chief minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed on Sunday praised the Hurriyat, Pakistan and militants for allowing successful elections in the state, evoking strong reactions from the opposition even as ally BJP reacted with caution.

I think Mufti Mohammad Sayeed has, possibly inadvertently, stated that Pakistan is responsible for all the Terrorism perpetrated in Jammu and Kashmir. Way to go Mufti Ji.

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