Open letter to Pakistan Army chief General Raheel Sharif

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  1. sorcerer

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    Open letter to Pakistan Army chief General Raheel Sharif

    Dear General,
    I start by accepting that the difference in seniority between us would take a remarkably gifted physicist to fathom. You are a serving general, Chief of the Pakistan Army, no less. And I am an ex-Indian Army officer, a sometime company commander of Charlie Company, 17 Kumaon Regiment. Having tabled the obvious, I must now state what is on my mind.


    We are adversaries, not enemies. Your enemies sit beside you. I would expect a soldier of your remarkable caliber and wisdom to understand this. It is not the divisions to your East that threaten you. It is the hordes to your West that will unravel the story of Pakistan. You are the most credible leader that Pakistan has had for a long time. That, Sir, is not much of a compliment but that is all that is factually available. We do not want war with you. Truth be told, the last thing we want is a war with you. But the Indian Army is not ornamental, as you may have noted to your detriment in 1948, 1965, 1971 and Kargil.

    I do not know if India supports the secessionist movement in Balochistan. Company commanders in charge of a post and a few bunkers are normally not privy to such information. However, I hope we do. Do we fund the MQM? Not something that a person of my insignificance would know. However, I hope we do.

    In the last 72 hours, we have lost our brothers (officers and other ranks) not to the terrorists whom you breed and train to give you strategic depth, but to their own extraordinary heroism. They could have put an 84 mm Carl Gustav HEAT (High Explosive Anti-Tank) round into the buildings that were housing the terrorists. God knows, the Israelis and the Americans would have done so gladly. But that would have meant loss of innocent lives; something that our code of honour does not allow. So these brave young men took bullets to their chest. Just like that.

    These games of brinksmanship that you think you are so adept at playing have started to backfire. The snakes that you bred in your backyard for biting India are now biting your own. They are killing your children in schools, your young in mosques and your people in their beds. And yet your obsession with India refuses to abate. You still do not realize that your snakes owe you no loyalty. It is in their nature to bite. They eat their own.

    The Indian Army is willing and capable of extraordinary violence. We fight and we train. That’s all that we ever do. On 6 December 1971 you lost your elder brother, Maj. Rana Shabbir Sharif, Nishan-e-Haidar to an Indian army tank commander. I grieve for you. You lost half your country on 16 December 1971. I celebrate it.

    Balochistan constitutes 44% of Pakistan’s landmass. Karachi contributes 20% to your GDP.

    Sir, with the above-stated facts reiterated for your kind information, you may want to reconsider and re-evaluate your policies vis-à-vis India.


    And if it is really war and martyrdom that you want, fight the good fight… man to man…face to face. Don’t hide behind brainwashed Lashkar terrorists, teenage stone throwers in downtown Srinagar and traitors from JNU. Maj. Rana Shabbir Sharif, Nishan-e-Haidar died fighting like an officer and a hero. Stop hiding behind facades. Make your brother proud.

    We are waiting.
    Respectfully,
    Maj. Gaurav Arya (Veteran)
    17th Battalion, The Kumaon Regiment
    Indian Army


    www.jantakareporter.com/india/if-war-and-martyrdom-that-you-want-fight-the-good-fight-face-to-face-dont-hide-behind-lashkar-terrorists/38735

    The open letter ended up short of calling Raheel a pussy!!
     
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    Futile. These chota sharif is a terrorist himself involved in genocide of innocent Bloachs , pashtuns and psople of scind. He should be tried for genocide and hanged.
     
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    Its pakistan!! the qualification to become an army chief is based on their plans to kill Balochs
     
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    Bloody Brillant Sir... I salute thee...
     
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    posted in wrong thread..... self delete :p
     
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    India Fully Prepared for Warfare: Satheesh Reddy
    Mr. Satheesh outlined the country’s achievements, right upto Agni V, including the Nirbhay Mission - the Indian version of the Tomahawk missile with real-time embedded systems the size of a chip.
    India and its scientists have the ability and the power to tackle any eventuality, including warfare, with guided missiles that could go from land-to-land, land-to-air and sea-to-air, said Scientific Advisor to Defence Minister G. Satheesh Reddy.

    At the Council of Scientific and Industrial Rearch-National Geophysical Research Institute (CSIR-NGRI) here on Thursday, he said the country was second to none in its capabilities, during his Science Day lecture on ‘Missile Technologies’.

    In what was clearly a fascinating journey, Mr. Satheesh outlined the country’s achievements, right upto Agni V, including the Nirbhay Mission - the Indian version of the Tomahawk missle with real-time embedded systems the size of a chip, like in the Brahmos. The successful launch of the Agni V had propelled India into its rightful place of prominence in the Inter-Continential Ballistic Missile space, he said.

    The Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System used in missiles and tracking systems today was best-in-class, he said. The onboard computing system and tracking systems today were close to being just a small chip, with 925 pins and 65 nano-metres, the scientist told an audience comprising NGRI Director S. Chandrasekhar and Chief Scientist Shakeel Ahmed.

    The scientist spoke of control actuation systems that included electro-pneumatic, electro-hydraulic, electro-mechanical versions and recalled how he was present at a half-a-dozen launches of the Prithvi missile and its advanced version Dhanush, that could be launched from a ship and came with a range of 350 miles. Radio-frequency seekers today had no antennae but only smart skins, he said, adding that electro-optical, infrared seekers were being used in the Nag anti-tank missile helped it hit the target.

    The eminent scientist had the rapt attention of school students in the audience when he spoke of how the Defence Research and Development Organisation was working on a two-layer ballistic system that could track an oncoming missile from the exo-atmosphere (40 km height and above) and endo-atmosphere (20 km) with a velocity of something like 2.5 km per second.

    India could, in just two years, boast of an avionics system on a single module that could be embedded on a chip, he said, adding that considerable work was going on bio-sensors with which sea turtles moved and birds that flew from one continent to the other. “It is fascinating to note that sea turtles swim upto Wheeler Island around March/April, lay eggs and come back after a year to the exact location and likewise the birds that flew long distance and reached their destination with pin-point precision,” Mr. Satheesh Reddy said.

    Source>>
     
  8. shade

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    Is this a real officer or some defence enthusiast bhakt?
    Jo bhi ho aisa likha hai,sab pakiyo ke gaand me HEAT round fire kar diya :lol:
    Just on that website link in the OP there are 5 pakis raging :rofl:
     

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