Freedom Flotilla from POK: Protesters urged to breach LoC

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  1. ajtr

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    Black day in Kashmir: Protesters urged to breach LoC


    MUZAFFARABAD: The United Jihad Council (UJC) on Wednesday urged people to prepare themselves for breaching the Line of Control (LoC) in protest against continued human rights violations in Indian Kashmir.
    The council issued the call during a protest sit-in on the LoC to mark a ‘black day’ against the illegal occupation of Kashmir by Indian forces in 1947.
    “Will you trespass the bloody ceasefire line when the call is given?” Syed Salahuddin, Chairman of the United Jihad Council – an umbrella of the 12 organisations fighting Indian rule in Kashmir – asked a gathering during an Azm-e-Azadi conference here on Wednesday. ‘Salahuddin go ahead! We are with you,’ the crowd responded in unison.
    On the occasion, Indian forces resorted to unprovoked firing in Hajira, Pandu and Bhadi sectors in Rawalakot and Hattain districts, where the Azad Kashmir and Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front had staged protest sit-ins.
    “We are neither tired nor bent. Our fight will continue against the Indian army until each and every inch of Jammu and Kashmir is liberated,” said Salahuddin as he demanded the government send a freedom Flotilla similar to that of Turkey to Indian Kashmir to provide victims with food and medicines.
    He urged the Pakistani government to launch a diplomatic offensive for the liberation of Indian Kashmir by getting out of confusions over the principled stance on the issue.
    Salahuddin appreciated China’s stance over Kashmir, which decided to issue Chinese visas to Kashmiris without an Indian passport, hoping that it will continue.
    “We are thankful to China who has adopted a principled stand on Kashmir and refused visa to the Indian general of the Northern Command,” he said.
    Hundreds of people belonging to Hizbul Muajhideen, Jamat-ud-Dawa, and other organisations attended the conference which demanded of the US president to use his office for the settlement of the Kashmir dispute to avoid a war in South Asia.
    Members of Tahreek Azadi-e-Jammu Kashmir Amir, Jamat-Ud-Dawa AJK, Al Badar Mujahideen, Harkat-ul-Mujahideen, Jamiat-ul-Mujahideen, Jaish-i-Muhammad, Hizb-i-Islami and Pasban-e-Hurriyat attended the conference.
     
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  3. Rage

    Rage DFI TEAM Stars and Ambassadors

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    This is our opportunity to take back Kashmir military style.

    Encourage Salahuddin to cross the border with his 'people'. Issue plenty of warnings and grievous remonstrances to Pakistan before they do. Mobilize state resources and forces via the Cold Start doctrine, but only in limited numbers. Declare an exercise in Rajasthan, to move South-centred forces toward the North, perhaps. As well, increase the surveillance and co-optation of groups in Kashmir, that have already been developed and have a suspicion against Islamabad's rule. When Syed Salahuddin and his 'folks' do make the mistake of crossing the border, and they will, treat the invasion as a breach of security and an utter violation of sovereignty; impel them via riot control and drive them back across the line of control, have state agents on the ready to pursue them across. Once our agents invigilate and penetrate their side of the 'border', it will be treated as an act of war. Then if Pakistan plays ball, a limited war will follow. The focus of the war should be kept to Kashmir, with limited forward thrusts in the Sialkot, Bahwalpur and Hyderabad sectors. The aim of the war should be to capture as much territory as possible, after which a brutal rerpession should follow against any and all inhabitants of Pakistani-occupied-Kashmir, that dare to protest against Indian rule.
     
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    you can expect such sort of activity soon on LOC in coming days.
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    It would require guts to cross the LC.

    Good luck to Salauddin and his brigands.

    I wish him well since I met his wife when I was in J&K.

    I am sure he does not want a widow to be left behind while he cavorts up there if he is allowed in and not sent below the earth into the fiery kingdom of the Satan!
     
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    S.A.T.A Senior Member Senior Member

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    We shall welcome you with a hail of bullets...bring them on !!
     
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    Agantrope Senior Member Senior Member

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    Welcome Buddy!!! There will be a rain of 5.56mm to 7.62mm magnitude of rain consists of steel and tungsten when you cross the LoC.:angry_1:
     
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    hmmm give it a try buddy, you wud come to know about all the spending of india into securing our borders.
     
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    That's all these jacka***s are capable of, ranting !! One bullet hits them, and all others will chicken out and run back as if a tiger has been let loose on their a***s , :emot15:
     
  10. plugwater

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    I want this to happen. Target practice for our troops :)
     
  11. sayareakd

    sayareakd Moderator Moderator

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    what about mines in the LOC ??? it is most dangerous place to cross.
     
  12. Daredevil

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    Will be a nice cannon fodder for our forces. It seems increasingly the Pakistani sponsored terrorists are using the same tactics used by Palestinians.
     
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    Shoot them all on charges of infiltration . It will be a good lesson for them to desists from Anti India activities.
     
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    we dont target civilians, it is the illegal border crossing by terrorists, which is challenged by the Indian forces and after that our forces are forced to shoot in self defence. In such circumstance it wont be advisable for the civilians to try crossing the border or else they will be mistaken for terrorists and will be shot twice over to make sure that threat from suspected terrorists is eliminated for all times.

    why dont they take the regular route to apply for visa and then visit the place ???
     
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    Are they going to cross the LOC with peace weapons and expired medicine too ?
     
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    How can our security forces differentiate between Civilians and terrorists. Specially from a country where everyone want to be Jihadi . What if there are suicide bombers among them . So better be safe than sorry and kill all wannabe Terrorists.
     
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    I'm sure in the end they will be just arrested and released + all the free publicity and supporters like roy.
     
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    I agree we don't want to target civilians. That is simply not part of our mores and culture. But once a civilian picks up arms, as they presumably will, they no longer remain civilians. They become terrorists- At which point they're a legitimate target for our security forces.

    Syed Salahuddin, by the way, is a very legitimate target: he is the head of Hizb-ul-Mujahideen- that has targeted civilians and security forces alike. Interestingly, he contested Indian elections in Kashmir in 1987, and after coming in second after Ghulam Mohiuddin Shah, the moderate secessionist, he became convinced of 'violent struggle' and joined the Hizbul Mujahideen. Ironically, he partook of the Indian political and electoral system and after losing out, became disgruntled with the 'system'.

    He is an @$$hole fat fv&v*ng [email protected] of the highest order. And it would be a mistake, not to kill him:


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    Here's him on the Pakistani show Talk-back:



     
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  19. mehwish92

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    freedom flotilla? really?

    is indian gov't stealing resources from kashmir? are Kashmiris not getting access to food and water? (they get more than some other parts of india). Is the LOC in any way analogous to the international waters?

    let them come. they're the ones who are going to get scrutinized. not us.
     
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    Pak terror groups planning mass breach of LoC: Report

    November 08, 2010 7:25:30 PM

    PTI | Islamabad


    Pakistan-based terror groups, including Jamaat-ud-Dawah and United Jihad Council, are threatening to mobilise people to breach the Line of Control in support of the protests inside the Kashmir Valley.

    In a move to replicate previous attempts by handful of separatists which fizzled out, the militant groups are mobilising people in PoK for the cross over. These groups are seeking the backing of politico-religious parties like the Jamaat-e-Islami and the local chapter of the main opposition PML-N, the Express Tribune newspaper reported today.

    The illegal attempt to breach the LoC may have the support of the so-called PoK government headed by Raja Zulqarnain Khan, who, the paper said, has been contacting mainstream political parties and the Pakistan government to seek their support.

    No date has been finalised for the move, it said.

    The paper said that the militants and parties believe Indian troops would not be able to confront tens of thousands of people crossing the LoC en masse.

    The report said the JuD and the local chapter of the Jamaat-e-Islami are actively promoting the plan to bring one million people to cross over as they believe Indian troops will not fire on unarmed civilians who try to cross the LoC.

    The paper quoted unnamed critics of the campaign as saying that the possible participation of terror groups like the Lashker-e-Taiba, Jaish-e-Mohammed and Harkat-ul-Mujahideen in any attempt to breach the LoC would hurt efforts to find a peaceful resolution to the Kashmir issue.

    Similar attempts to cross the LoC have been made in the past, the key ones being in 1954, 1990, 1992, 1993 and 1994.
     
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    Kashmiri militants plan joint campaign to breach LoC

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    The famous bridge at the LoC, which the organisers plan to cross. Photo: express
    MUZAFFARABAD: Azad Kashmir-based militant organisations have initiated a joint campaign with the support of different politico-religious parties to mobilise the people for an en masse breaching of the Line of Control to protest India’s refusal to grant the right of self-determination to the people of Indian Kashmir.
    The Line of Control (LoC) is the de facto border that separates Indian and Pakistani parts of the disputed Himalayan state.
    Militant outfits and politico-religious parties have already stepped up their efforts to mobilise the people for what they call ‘an unprecedented’ move in the face of continuing Indian atrocities in the region.
    These parties, including the Jamaat-e-Islami, the Azad Kashmir chapter of PML-N, Muttahida Jihad Council and refugees’ organisations believe that the Indian troops would not be able to confront when tens of thousands of people would cross the LoC en masse.
    In this connection, the United Jihad Council, an umbrella group of nearly a dozen Kashmiri militant outfits, is preparing its activists for the ‘decisive move’.
    The Jamaat-ud-Dawa and the Azad Kashmir chapter of Jamaat-e-Islami are actively promoting the plan, believing that Indian troops would not open fire on tens of thousands unarmed civilians who would try to cross the LoC.
    They believe that one million people can be amassed to breach the control line which has divided tens of thousands of mothers from their sons and sisters for decades.
    The idea of breaching the LoC en masse has been conceptualised by jihadi and politico-religious parties in Azad Kashmir, following a new uprising against Indian rule on the other side of the LoC.
    Pakistan has been calling for a peace resolution of the festering dispute with India. And critics say that the participation of banned militant organisations, such as Lashkar-e-Taiba, Jash-i-Muhammad and Harkat-ul-Mujahideen, in the LoC breaching could hurt any effort to this end.
    No date has been finalised for the move, but Azad Kasmir President Raja Zulqarnain has been contacting mainstream political parties and the Pakistan government to seek their support.
    Several similar attempts had been made in the past to cross the LoC, the most important ones being those in 1954, 1990, 1992, 1993 and 1994.
    However, the first successful attempt was made on February 11, 1990 when thousands of youth breached the LoC at Chakothi sector on a call from the Jammu Kashmir National Students Federation (JKNSF). Indian troops had opened fire on the unarmed students, killing eight of them on the spot.
    Published in The Express Tribune, November 8th, 2010.
     

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