Prison break: Militants attack Bannu jail, nearly 400 inmates escape

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  1. KS

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    Prison break: Militants attack Bannu jail, nearly 400 inmates escape – The Express Tribune

    more screwing coming the Pak way. :p
     
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    Where were the others?

    Almost 400 prisoners, including many militants, escaped after the prison came under assault, and all they have are 3 injured policeman to show for the resistance?

    Either this prison was given very low priority and the security was very scarce, however that is questionable given that the prisoners included the likes of,

    "A former member of the airforce sentenced to death for an attack on former president Pervez Musharraf was among the escaped militants".

    I'm inclining towards collusion of security officials with the militants to help those men escape.
     
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    Or rather seeing the militants the security officials thought it was useless to put up a resistance and get killed, so shot themselves in the muscle and moved out of the way of the Taliban .

    Anything is possible given that even the Pak Army soldiers surrendered once without putting up a fight to the Taliban.
     
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    That was a part of the neighbors reserve stock to unleash on India. Now it is their own grave.
     
  6. hit&run

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    They are going to be used against USA and Afghanistan. One should expect more such news.

    Pakistan army has started its end game given USA/NATO withdraw from Afghanistan soon. Expect more recruiting, training camps.
     
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    :rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::taunt1::taunt1::taunt1::taunt1:
     
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    This could be done to free our agents stuck there. This option must be considered.
     
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    Gunfire, seven explosions rock central Kabul


    Afghan capital Kabul hit by multiple blasts, gun attacks



    May be totally wrong but trying fitting my theory.

    USA has refused to serve Pakistani demands vis a vis Afghanistan thus Pakistan has no other option but to bleed USA as much as they can before they leave. Its all about giving message to Afghans that Pakistanis are the boss in the region with heaps of nuisance and destructive value and assets.
     
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    KP and FATA of pakistan are gutted by TTP, balochistan by BLA and BRA. there is scores of killing against shia in gilgit, and what to say about sindh.
    apart from punjab whole of the pakistan seems to be burning.
    with such situation in place, how can security apparatus of that country can work with full dedication.
    they lost many of their top cops and by common psyche one can decipher that if attacked a normal pakistan policeman will run for his life rather showing resistance to fierce attack from outlawed talibs
     

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