Pak army has liberty to hit back at NATO attacks: Kayani

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  1. utubekhiladi

    utubekhiladi The Preacher Elite Member

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    Pak army has liberty to hit back at Nato attacks: Kayani - Hindustan Times

    Pakistan Army chief Gen Ashfaq Parvez Kayani on Friday gave his troops "full liberty" to respond to any further cross-border attacks by Nato forces in Afghanistan in the wake of an air strike that killed 24 Pakistani soldiers, official sources said.

    The powerful army chief told commanders of units deployed along the western border with Afghanistan that they had "full liberty of action to respond (by) employing all capabilities" available at their disposal, the sources said.
    Kayani was quoted by the sources as saying that there should be "no ambiguity in the rules of engagement for everyone down the chain of command" if they faced an attack by Nato forces.

    Such an action would "require no clearance at any level" and the army would "provide resources as required on ground", he was quoted as saying.

    Following Saturday's air strike on two military border posts in Mohmand Agency that killed 24 soldiers, Pakistan closed all Nato supply routes and asked the US to vacate Shamsi airbase, reportedly used by CIA-operated drones.

    Pakistan also decided to boycott the Bonn Conference on Afghanistan to protest the attack.

    The sources said Kayani had described the Nato attack as a "blatant act of aggression" that was "unacceptable". The army chief said he had issued directions that "any act of aggression" would be responded to with "full force, regardless of the cost and consequences".

    While lauding the response of his troops to the Nato air strike, Kayani said the action could have been more effective if the Pakistan Air Force had joined in.

    However, it was "no fault of the PAF" that it could not participate in the action and a timely decision could not be taken due to the breakdown of communications and a lack of clarity, Kayani was quoted as saying by the sources.

    Any aggressor will not "walk away easily" and "no loss will be considered greater than upholding the national institution's honour", the sources further quoted the army chief as saying.


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  3. utubekhiladi

    utubekhiladi The Preacher Elite Member

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    Suryakiran Regular Member

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    But do they have the guts to fire at NATO forces?
     
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    utubekhiladi The Preacher Elite Member

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    we will soon find out.
     
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    pmaitra Moderator Moderator

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    Love this.

    Liberty and ability are different words.
     
  7. Bangalorean

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    Oh, just do it if you have the balls, Kiyanahi. Kiya-nahi is a suitable name for you - simply talks about "honour and dignity", and does absolutely nothing on the ground. :crazy:
     
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    This Kayani is full of hot air. The reality of thier situation was said by his one of his spokesmen to Time:

    "But at the briefing, Nadeem said there are limits to how far Pakistan can push the U.S. and NATO. "Given the technology, we can't fight them," he said. There were moments when the Pakistani generals said they had to "consider whether we wanted to climb the escalatory ladder." In the end, they balked at taking more aggressive measures that they would find it difficult to pull back from."


    Read more: Anatomy of a Deadly Attack (Pakistan Version) Anatomy of a Deadly NATO Air Strike: The Pakistani Version - TIME
     
  9. KS

    KS Bye bye DFI Veteran Member

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    More escalations by trigger happy/ghairatmand Pakistanis and more retaliations by Apache happy Americans. :pop:
     
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    Let the fire work begin. What ever resources he will provide will disappear in ball of fire.
     
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    Question is,.............Do you got the Balls to hit Back!!!!
     
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    Some moral support from Kayani to his army. Nothing more.
     
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  13. A chauhan

    A chauhan "अहिंसा परमो धर्मः धर्म हिंसा तथैव च: l" Senior Member

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    Forget the consequences !! attack on NATO forces after all it's a question of national pride and honor; prove that Pakistanis doesn't fear anyone in the world . Meanwhile for DFI :pop: :popcorn:
     
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    Not in their Pakistan Army's uniform , but yes as a taliban they are doing since long time now . :p
     
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    sob Moderator Moderator

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    Yes one can expect more action from the Haqqani Network,and also more Punjabi's will be pushed into Afghanistan.
     
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    Kayani wants Pak to be bombed back to stone age. Mushi somehow saved pak from this so let's see if this Kiya-Nahi can do the same. :laugh:

    But anyway... let's see :popcorn:
     
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    Is he the same kayani:scared2::scared2::scared2::scared2::scared2::scared2:
     
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    as if they arent actually firing on nato helicopters. for last 2-3 years im continously reading news of pakistani troops firing at nato helicopter staying into pakistani territory. this time they thought its helicopter, business as usual, firiing few shots and shouting pro pakistani slogans and level cleared.

    but.

    PAKI solder: pakistan zindabad
    NATO PILOT: pakistan ZINDA BHAG
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    Liberty Valance taking liberties?
     
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    Liberty != Capability.
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    Liberty Valance is an outlaw portrayed by Lee Marvin in the classic western movie, "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance." The movie is adapted from a short story written by Dorothy M. Johnson.
     

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