The endgame would be to divide Pakistan into 4 or more units; with the Punjab part of Pakistan blocked from access to the sea. There has never been a landlocked military power - even the Austro-Hungarians were a sea force (remember the good Austrian admiral from the Sound of Music?). CPEC will shrivel.
TSP is not a military power even today so what difference would it make? It’s failed state with a sh!t military and nooks.
And we broke it into two four decades ago so did our problems disappear?
And the western issues are overtly bloody but less dangerous than the eastern ones. Yes, 44 deaths on top of the Mumbai massacre 10 years ago.
BUT there are TENS of MILLIONS of illegal muslims flooding the Northeast creating fractures in the local population that have resulted in hundreds if not thousands of deaths since. Our mongoloid tribes like the Nagas are taking up arms not because they hate India but because India is not protecting them from invaders from a muslim state we helped to create.
Unless we sanitize the Kashmir, the Northeast and the rest of Bharat, we will not have peace any greater than what we have now no matter how many pieces Pakistan is broken into. This is a clash between civilizations not between two states (Pakistan is hardly a functioning state as is.)
The West Pakistani forces in West Pakistan were never bloodied/destroyed as the East Pakistani forces were. As for danger 'being greater' in the East, from a specific kind of perspective that sees this conflict as a entirely a religion based one, this may be true. But the nature of the Bangaldeshi state today is essentially a west-phalian state. Such a state has eschewed interests in ethnic and religious minorities living under a foreign neighbor, when those minorities are majorities in its own areas. Such a state focuses on the welfare of its own people. It took nearly 40 more years after the events of 71, but it happened and starting some time in 201x, Bangaldesh is essentially an welfare promoting, inward looking, single party state.
Finally, those who look at this conflict through a purely religious lens, but think in terms of at most a quarter, or flit from one calamity to the next, are adding more to the noise than the signal. How does one achieve this 'sanitization'.. Be clear what you are asking for.. Even people who agree with 99% of what you are saying are not going to support what you say. Today, if there are statements of comfort from every capital that matters in the world barring Mao's ********, it is because India too, has become a welfare oriented, peaceful state. Such states do not have 'sanitization' programs directed at minority populations.
Our goal in Pakistan has to be a military that is so powerless, that is so delegitimized, so demoralized that it does not have the will to impose its jihadi ideology on the rest of the population and export jihad to us. Everything else, whether the attack comes in Karachi, or Kashmir, whether its ground based/air based/naval/insurgent is a matter of details.