Are Mohajir a powerful 5th column to be exploited?...

ArmchairGeneral

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...Or are they the ones who bear deepest resentment toward us (owing to them losing their home lands to Hindus)? How can their grievances be used by us?

RAW-MQM nexus is already well established, but where will it take us?

Also, how will Bangladesh-like conditions be fostered in sparsely populated Balochistan and prosperous Sindh? (if the dream of amputating Pakiland is to be attained)
 

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Very easy, supply unmarked guns and ammunition to everybody in TTP, Bulochistan, MQM who asks for it. Repeat whatever Pakistan has been doing to India in last 30 years. Do it them.
 

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Very easy, supply unmarked guns and ammunition to everybody in TTP, Bulochistan, MQM who asks for it. Repeat whatever Pakistan has been doing to India in last 30 years. Do it them.
with TTP business gets murky. Rest can work
 

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Very easy, supply unmarked guns and ammunition to everybody in TTP, Bulochistan, MQM who asks for it. Repeat whatever Pakistan has been doing to India in last 30 years. Do it them.
They can make their own guns, better than the ones made by OFB. They need money (not MQM) and intel support and in case of Balochs, diplomatic support and international recognition of the atrocities committed by PA and ISI.
 

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One of my business partners is a German citizen, but half Pakistani (his father, his mother is local German). In an effort to make sure their kids are raised as Germans, his father allowed them to be Roman Catholics (mother's religion), and instead of giving them his last name, let them bear a German-styled "von [place]" name. That [place] is a town that's about 50 km from Delhi, and there's no town of a similar name in Pakistan. During partition, he moved out of that town.

So yes, they still do seem to maintain some longing for their lands, and if you read some of Tarik Fatah's writings, you'll find that Mohajirs find the Pakistani very synthetic.
 

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So yes, they still do seem to maintain some longing for their lands, and if you read some of Tarik Fatah's writings, you'll find that Mohajirs find the Pakistani very synthetic.
There is a reason for that. Most Mohajirs and some Pathans still have relatives in India. They now realize that moving to Pak was a very stupid decision when Indian Muslims they know are living better lives.
 

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This discussion has been brought up because there is a video confession of a MQM worker who claims 10 men got trained in India. Right now the Pak Army is conducting an op against the MQM (muttahida quami movement) which is representative of mohajirs. They need these bogeys to claim India is fomenting trouble in pak while they go about killing mohajirs. As such the MQM has already faced a backlash numerous times and they are called traitors on their face. The hatred against MQM is palpable because they revolted against punjabi domination and asked for a separate province within sindh. A few years back there was a blow out of this and MQM was targeted for secretly working for a separate country called Jinnahpur. Given this background we should desist from encouraging @ArmchairGeneral in his pursuit to garner Indian help for the mohajirs.
 
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