Pakistan,Afghanistan exchange fire, PAF planes bomb Afghan border region

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  1. Tshering22

    Tshering22 Sikkimese Saber Senior Member

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    Major General Aminullah Amarkhel, commander of first zone of border force in eastern Afghanistan, said Pakistani jets targeted the areas in Gushte district in Nangarhar province on Thursday, a Press TV correspondent reported.

    Pakistani troops also attacked residential areas and government buildings in the area, damaging two police checkpoints in the Thursday attack, according to the report.

    The aerial and ground assaults have left no casualties, General Amarkhel went on to say.

    The Afghan official condemned the attacks and warned that Afghan forces would respond to them if repeated.

    On Wednesday, one Pakistani soldier was killed and three others were left injured after Afghan and Pakistani troops exchanged fire across the border.

    The two sides blame each other for provoking the shootout in North Waziristan's Ghulam Khan District.

    Afghan and Pakistani border troops have previously exchanged fire.

    The incident was the most serious cross-border clash since May 2007, when clashes between Afghan and Pakistani troops left three civilians and a police officer dead.

    Afghan and Western officials say Taliban militants hiding in Pakistan's border areas are behind the attacks inside Afghanistan.

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  3. gogbot

    gogbot Regular Member

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    Let's beef up the Afghan Army with our own gear , put pressure on the PAk troops
     
  4. SHASH2K2

    SHASH2K2 New Member

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    Its a good news and we should try to make full use of this opportunity . We have wasted billions in humanitarian aid Its time to give them aid that will be helpful for their protection. Afghanistan can be a good buyer of Made in India Equipments and it will help them to keep Pakistan out of Afghanistan .They can definitely use some Akash/arjun units .
     
  5. LETHALFORCE

    LETHALFORCE Moderator Moderator

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    There is no international outcry from this? If we did this to terrorist camps in pak the whole world would have issued a thousand statements condeming it,regardless good opportunity to give afghans some SAMS to test for us.
     
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    SHASH2K2 New Member

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    DOnt know about International community but is people in Afghanistan are aware of this then its a good news. It will further add fuel to fire that Afghanis have against Pakistan.
     
  7. captonjohn

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    This was Afghanistan who said few months before that India is their friend but Pakistan is their brother. So brothers are fighting, hope they will get their mind right now who is friend and who is enemy. Just wait and watch, afganistan would automatically come to indian side.
     
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    This was Afghanistan who said few months before that India is their friend but Pakistan is their brother. So brothers are fighting, hope they will get their mind right now who is friend and who is enemy. Just wait and watch, afganistan would automatically come to indian side.
     

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