Kakarat wrote:A bus like the one used now can carry up to 50 passengers and you dont need a 300kg ied to shred it into pieces a simple Ak-47 fired from the sides can cause a huge no of causality. News is that the convoy had 70 vehicles and think what would have happened if the IED was between two buses
It is time we start to innovate and use our auto industry to develop something that can protect our soldiers in these conditions, the use of mine protection is less in these conditions as the convoy was on a highway. My point is instead of using simple buses we need to use Armored Ambush Protected platforms for troop movements. Even in earlier incidents army convoys have been targeted with gunfire & grenades causing causality due to soft skinned vehicles
this attack has changed the dynamics of threat assessment, defensive and offensive measures, road sanitation procedures and tactics.
It will take some time to reorient responses and the locals will try to frustrate the new measures under instructions from their pals across the border.
Understand that this is the effect of imran the puppet coming to "power" in pukiland and the paki army implementing its planned anti India program with the full knowledge of the cheeni as well as full control of imran's govt.