Counter Stone Pelting - tactics, equipment used and related discussion

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  1. mayfair

    mayfair Elite Member Elite Member

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    I agree. It will take decades to undo all the mess that has been created in J&K. Art 370 is only a symptom.
     
  2. hit&run

    hit&run Elite Member Elite Member

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    There is no point winning the people or showing them the right path.

    Punjab militancy was neutralise because people wanted the Sikhs to be part of this Civilisation. You only show right path to your own sons and daughters not someone who is not yours own.

    The only way to end this menace is war with Pakistan, a war where Pakistan is allowed to take over Kashmir and then obviously it is freed after fierce fight using disproportionate force.
     
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  3. Flame Thrower

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    Very bad idea....

    You're frustrated with fuss in Kashmir....but this is not the way.

    My friend, never let frustration to mess with your mind.
     
  4. A chauhan

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

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    I think good days in J&K will start when all our Indian laws will apply there, unlike today when most of the laws are not applicable in J&K. When shouting Paki... Zinda... will be a crime under IPC sections and not RPC. Only then we'll have chances to reverse J&K problem...
     
  5. Yggdrasil

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    Sir, they are indeed ours - Kashmiris have been a part of this civilisation for 5,000 years. Never mind the past 500.

    Cultural memory is long, and it resides in the DNA. We must not give up on them, from Afghanistan to Bangladesh, there's the deep Indic root that is fighting to wake up, and you can already see it happening because of India's revival.
     
  6. mayfair

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    Sikhs are of this land, their dharma, their karma are all rooted here.

    Kashmiri jihadi and their supporters view themselves are descendants of invaders instead of the bastards of conquests that they really are.
     
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    Stone-pelting Kashmiri girl scores a goal for women's football

    Bharti Jain| TNN | Updated: Dec 6, 2017, 16:51 IST





    HIGHLIGHTS

    • Afshan Ashiq's picture as an angry Kashmiri girl pelting stones at the J&K police last year got her into national media spotlight.
    • She is now captain and goalkeeper of the J&K women's football team and competing in the Indian Women's League.
    • Afshanhas even inspired a Bollywood biopic on her life.


    Afshan Ashiq pelting stones last year and (right) on the football field

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    https://maharashtratimes.indiatimes.com/india-news/stone-pelter-girl-in-kashmir-become-football-team-captain/articleshow/61938161.cms NEW DELHI: Last year, Afshan Ashiq's picture as an angry Kashmiri girl pelting stones at the J&K police+ got her into national media spotlight, more so after it was discovered that she was an avid footballer. That picture, Afshan now says, not just turned around her sporting career but also helped introduce many young Kashmiri girls to what was hitherto a male-dominated sport.

    The photograph got her "noticed" as the "Kashmiri footballer forced to vent her ire by pelting stones". Meetings with J&K chief minister Mehbooba Mufti followed, who decided to do her bit to promote both Afshan and women's football in J&K.

    Afshan is now captain and goalkeeper of the J&K women's football team that is getting exposure at the national level and competing in the Indian Women's League. The 23-year-old also plays for a Mumbai club and has even inspired a Bollywood biopic on her life.

    On Tuesday, Afshan along with her 22-member football team, coach Satpal Singh Kala and manager Tsering Angmo called on Union home minister Rajnath Singh. Afshan told TOI that she sought the home minister's intervention to start a Sports Authority of India (SAI) Institute in Kashmir to nourish and train young girls to play football.

    "I was impressed by how patiently a Union minister heard the issues raised by us. We sought better sports infrastructure in J&K. The home minister called up J&K CM in front of us and told her to meet us when we get back to Srinagar," Afshan told TOI.

    Mehbooba, she said, was already supporting them in a big way and had instructed the sports secretary to take care of the requirements of the women's football team. The state administration has since provided us all our sports equipment, helping us put together a team within this year.



    "While I have joined a Mumbai football club to pursue my dream to be a national-level player, it is my honour to also captain the J&K women's football team," said Afshan.


    The team amply reflects the regional diversity of J&K. While the manager is a Ladakhi, the coach is a Sikh. The team members too hail from all three regions of the state.

    Asked if she regretted the stone-pelting incident+, Afshan said it was a one-off reaction triggered by her "anger" at the abusive language used by a J&K cop as well as the alleged "slapping" of a team member she was escorting to the football ground at the time. "I don't regret anything. I would not have picked up a stone had it not been for the misbehaviour of the police," she insisted.


    "But now I have a reputation and image to maintain. I want to focus on football and make my state and nation proud," she added.

    https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com...-for-womens-football/articleshow/61939311.cms
     
  8. hit&run

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    Thanks for your concern brother but I am not even pinch of frustrated.

    I wish you read Cunningham's clinical methods and S Das a manual on Clinical Surgery.

    If I can quote S Das Correct " Where ever there is pus, express it out". The old method still relevant today is to embolden/Isolate the pus and then nick it out.

    The clinical methods gives you plenty of strategies to make a diagnosis. The strategy I have mentioned I never let it come out but know it from very start. I know its a radical Idea but I can explain in good detail in future.

    This will make backlash from the world at large almost zero. And that is the only piece of puzzle we have been struggling to fit in an appropriate place for 3 decades, I mean the backlash.
     
  9. hit&run

    hit&run Elite Member Elite Member

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    Its a very long process. Its may take another 500 years to undo the damage given we remain prosperous and stable for the same period of time. The variables are too many and projections are to vague.

    The best method is to teach them a lesson of life time take revenge and then give them a chance to correct themselves. Then profile them for many generations to come with a strategy of Punch Punch Talk Talk.
     
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    Quadcopter and Octocopter prototype carrying a payload of pepper concentrate to disperse protestors.

     
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