Breaking! Startling details of how ISI planned coup in crisis-hit Bangladesh

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Pakistan's ISI was planning a major coup in Bangladesh in order to uproot Sheikh Hasina from power in the crisis-hit country. Indian officials shared the crucial details with Dhaka authorities who in turn have taken cognisance of the matter and have initiated a crackdown against insurgents.


Bangladesh’s Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s chair has come under threat and NewsX has retrieved exclusive details on the major coup planned by Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) in Dhaka that might still be in motion. There is a prevalent turmoil in the country and how Bangladeshi PM has dealt with the Rohingya issue, it has further deepened the crisis. The dissent among public towards Sheikh Hasina is scathing and various cabals have been set up to remove her from the annals of power.

The inside details of the meeting that was organised to discuss the potential coup are startling and much more alarming. According to the intelligence received, a secret meet to uproot Sheikh Hasina’s government occurred at the residence of retired Lieutenant General in the capital city of Bangladesh, Dhaka on October 21. The meeting, which was held just before Sushma Swaraj’s visit to Dhaka, was attended by a former Army General along with at least 20 senior officials, both serving as well as retired.

The main agenda of the secret meeting was a coup against Sheikh Hasina. Also, possibilities of alternate political formation and Indo-Bangla ties were also discussed during the meet. As per the information, the Rohingya influx of late has led to the increased ISI presence in Bangladesh and hence that has been the reason of heightened ISI activities in the country. Reportedly, over 50,000 Rohingya Muslims crossed over Bangladesh borders from Myanmar since August 25, 2017.

There are also reports of Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) reaching out to terror outfit Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) under the influence of ISI. The alarming part is that these outfits might reach out to extremist elements within the defence establishment in Bangladesh to target Sheikh Hasina. And it is bad news for India as well because if Hasina can be targeted, then it would be easy for these outfits to break the Hasina-Modi bonhomie.

Upon receiving the astonishing details, Delhi assessed the information and immediately shared the Intel inputs with Dhaka. All the significant details on who all attended the meeting were shared with Bangladesh authorities and they have initiated a silent crackdown against these entities. All the officers who attended the meet have been identified by the local government and the process of their removal has begun.

http://www.newsx.com/national/newsx...how-isi-planned-coup-in-crisis-hit-bangladesh

This seems straight out from a James Hadley Chase thriller! The ISI at it again! Who else? I hope those planning and plotting this coup are hanged in public.

 

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I think ISI's audacity is because of absence of effect retaliation against them......they need a body blow ....But you have to hand it to them about how they go about their job....fool US coalition for 16 years milking US money and killing US soldiers....funneling terrorists into India/Afgan/Iran without impunity ........now this coup news.....they have taken on a lot of countries........lets see who will deliver the coup de grâce for ISI?
 

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It is when you plan such an audacious move that you activate deeply embedded assets. And when such moves fail you have ended with being pushed decades behind in terms of assets and footprint.

So basically ISI just lost its bag full assets in Bangladesh. And now it will have to start all over again. Interrogation of these people will further expose many other presently unknown.

One thing is sure, Indian Intelligence Agencies spearheaded by RA&W and working under the umbrella of NSA is doing a fantastic job.
 

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Yes there is possibility of Heightened ISI activities in Bangladesh.

Pakistan is nervous of Indian arms build up and doing every thing to destabilize India. One of the plan is to make BD hostile to India.
While it is at it, the Indian retaliation in Balochistan and rest of PORKistan have greatly destabilised it. In addition to a systemically executed economic collapse of it which is underway as we are discussing.
 

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ONLY THE NEWSX WEBSITE AND THE CHANNELS ARE PUBLICISING THE ISSUE, WHICH WENT AIRED YESTERDAY AT SEVE IN THE EVENING, NONE OF THE POLICTICAL LEADERS DARED TO COMMENT ON THE ISSUE, CAN ANYONE PLEASE CAN SAY ME OF ANYOTHER SOURCE OF INFORMATION REGARDING THE ISSUE, EXCEPT THE NEWSX
 

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this may also be the main reason, why the rohingyas were made to displaced, the hydro carbon rich bay of bengal had attracted the eyes of the chinese, as india as usual opposes to it, that is why china is daring to revive the east pakistan status, which would support anoter cpec in the east along the coastal area of the bangladesh, and eventually seizure the rohingya state of the maynmar, even which shares the coast line to the hydro carbon rich basin.

While Doklam may be the reason to test the chinese advance into the east pakistan which actually was foilled by the indian army and even now the standoff is only resolved publicly, while the actual standoff is still alive on the doklam plateau.

if this is true, then the only options left with bangladesh is to either surrender to the chinese and the paksitan gamble or to join the indian union, which would fecilitate even the forty million bangladeshi's residing in india. A move which would bring big economic boost and stability and security into the bangladesh.

an option of surrendering to the pakistan will eventually draw the inidan concern, which may seize the chittagong, and the northern bangladesh so as to prevent northeastern states being isolated from the mainland. While this move can be achieved without any military resistant only the civilians can pose the threat. However the chittagong district belongs rightfully to the indians, as it was a hindu majority during the time of the indian independence or the partition.

though there will be some consequneces in the merger of the bangladesh in to the indian union. however that would only benefit the indian military by eradicating the chicken nick situations and would provide direct ports access to the northeastern states and quick mobility of the troops from deep inside the nation without any compromises.
 

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Yes there is possibility of Heightened ISI activities in Bangladesh.

Pakistan is nervous of Indian arms build up and doing every thing to destabilize India. One of the plan is to make BD hostile to India.
I also see chini hand in this.
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ONLY THE NEWSX WEBSITE AND THE CHANNELS ARE PUBLICISING THE ISSUE, WHICH WENT AIRED YESTERDAY AT SEVE IN THE EVENING, NONE OF THE POLICTICAL LEADERS DARED TO COMMENT ON THE ISSUE, CAN ANYONE PLEASE CAN SAY ME OF ANYOTHER SOURCE OF INFORMATION REGARDING THE ISSUE, EXCEPT THE NEWSX
Political leaders are assholes they know shit about security.. neither they are concerned. They just see votes and opposition
 

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While it is at it, the Indian retaliation in Balochistan and rest of PORKistan have greatly destabilised it. In addition to a systemically executed economic collapse of it which is underway as we are discussing.
India does counter Pakistan diplomatically economically n covertly....
Diplomatically we were successfull despite Pakistan's current natural geo strategic position vis-a-vis afganistan...this forum is replete with a lot info on covert military action....but economically I have not come across any particular instance of Indian assertive action that had a crippling effect on Pakistan economy.... absence of overt Indian hand does not mean india has not engineered such economic attack on pakistan....can any one flag such action by India against Pakistan
 

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India does counter Pakistan diplomatically economically n covertly....
Diplomatically we were successfull despite Pakistan's current natural geo strategic position vis-a-vis afganistan...this forum is replete with a lot info on covert military action....but economically I have not come across any particular instance of Indian assertive action that had a crippling effect on Pakistan economy.... absence of overt Indian hand does not mean india has not engineered such economic attack on pakistan....can any one flag such action by India against Pakistan
With a trade of less than $2.5 billion, there's no way we can strangulate them economically. In fact if we stop trade completely, we would be affected the most as we have a huge trade surplus with them. There's water we can use as a weapon but its affect can only be seen after years. They need to be screwed, now!

They are imploding anyways, so let's just sit back and enjoy the fun! :biggrin2:
 

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1. I have no idea if this is true. It could be true, it may not.

2. However if it is true then it's clear Indian intelligence is exposing Pakistan via local news outfits. The purpose of this is to inform the ISI that India knows what's going on and to inform a wider audience.

3. The current head of the military is the brother of a senior Awami League leader who is the mayor of north Dhaka. The previous head was the brother-in-law of the leader of the Awami League's youth section, the Jubo league.

This is why I am not totally sure that this news is true.

4. Plus the Bangladeshi military, like many militaries in the Muslim world, has close ties to the US and would never dream of doing a coup which would incur the wrath of the west which is of course led by the US.

If the US did somehow signal approval of any possible coup then it basically means it is the US + Pakistan v India in Bangladesh.

5. This is the second time in a month or two that there has been publication of an article of this nature, the first one a short while back was about a plan by those supposedly protecting the Bangladesh PM to murder her and once again apparently Indian intel knew about it and helped to prevent it.

The Bangladeshi military (led by brother of a senior government figure) denied it.

Long-term

Pakistan is obsessed with Bangladesh and will never stop its obsession with Bangladesh until it (Pakistan) is dissolved.


Pakistan is run by the Punjabi-dominated Pakistani military who have an overinflated opinion of themselves and aspire to see their state as equal to countries such as Turkey and Iran which are in fact the continuation of very powerful Muslim empires, whereas Pakistan is the country of an ethnic group which never had a state let alone an empire, Punjabi Muslims. Attempts to expropriate Mughal history and claim they are the successor state of the Mughals are totally unconvincing. In the absence of any real history or a long history timeline they give way undue importance to the brief 24 years that Pakistan and Bangladesh were in an unfortunate union.

It is their desire for revenge for their humiliation in 1971 coupled with the somewhat less understood desire for some sort of "imperial grandeur" (reclaiming a former "territory" or their former half).


Avenging 1971 and "reclaiming" east Pakistan

Pakistani nationalists have no real concern for Bangladesh i.e. its people and its well being in fact they always held them in racial contempt. Even today they could care less about Bangladesh's very real need to have normal and healthy relations with its main neighbour, Asian giant India.

What is of importance for them is avenging their defeat in 1971 and though they cannot physically reconquer Bangladesh they can "spiritually" or "geo-politically", reconquer or "reclaim" it, which includes:

- A pro-Pakistan government in Bangladesh which is anti-India. The latter is more important than the former and a pro-Pakistan government in Bangladesh which was not hostile to India is not what the Pakistanis want. A government in Dhaka indifferent/neutral to Pakistan but hostile to India would be better than a Dhaka government friendly to both India and Pakistan.

- A pro-Pakistani government in Bangladesh, which presides over a society which is generally pro-Pakistan and despite the name of "Bangladesh" is in fact a de facto east Pakistan emotionally. In other words there would be a de facto unofficial vassalage to Pakistan.


Key to this are the BNP-Jamaat alliance and in particular the Jamaat e Islami.

The Jamaat have been infiltrating the Bangladeshi army for decades now. One of the problems is that many religious Bangladeshis who believe in Muslim brotherhood are very starry-eyed about Pakistan. Some are self-hating race traitors who actually believe Pakistanis are racially and religiously superior and think Bangladesh should have a subordinate role, others are naive who believe in brotherhood and unity but do not realize that Pakistanis hold Bengalis in contempt and regard them as inferior and would merely use them for their anti-India agenda.

What will happen?

I cannot envisage the pro-Pakistan BNP-Jamaat nexus of ever giving up their love for Pakistan. The Jamaat obviously will not as it is essentially a Pakistani organization operating in Bangladesh. The BNP led by the corrupt Khaleda Zia and her notorious son, Tariq are supported by Pakistan's ISI, who will definitely demand anti-India policies in Bangladesh in return for their sponsorship of the BNP and the Zia family.

As a Bangladeshi who dislikes both the BNP and Awami League I hope that the BNP eventually fades away from existence. However if Khaleda goes she will be replaced by her heir, her son, Tariq. Everyone knows that Tariq Zia is far worse than his mother. He is far more pro-Pakistan and far closer to the Jamaatis.

The Awami League also know if they lose power and the BNP-Jamaat take it they will most likely face a very awful, horrific and bloody retribution from the Jamaat who are unhappy with the decimation of their cadres by the current Awami League government. This probably means the Awami League will do everything in its power to insure that it is not deposed, less from the desire for power (which is important) but more out of fear what will happen to them if the Jamaatis become part of the future government.

Pakistan hates Hasina and would dearly love to murder her, should their proxies the Jamaat get in to power they (Pakistan) may order her to be killed.
 
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It is when you plan such an audacious move that you activate deeply embedded assets. And when such moves fail you have ended with being pushed decades behind in terms of assets and footprint.

So basically ISI just lost its bag full assets in Bangladesh. And now it will have to start all over again. Interrogation of these people will further expose many other presently unknown.

One thing is sure, Indian Intelligence Agencies spearheaded by RA&W and working under the umbrella of NSA is doing a fantastic job.
1. Not really.

The ISI's biggest Bangladeshi assets are Khaleda Zia and her son as well as Jamaat e Islami, who will always be loyal to Pakistan, no matter what.

2. In 2009 a lot of the ISI network in Bangladesh was apparently dismantled. This was never made public and I have found out about it through a certain source. Despite this the Pakistanis seem to have regained strength in Bangladesh.

3. The fundamental problem is that in Bangladesh religiousity inevitably leads to a fondness for Pakistan whereas if the two can be de-coupled i.e. that someone can be a proud, religious Muslim without having a special connection to Pakistan (not necessarily any hostility but no great affinity for it) then that will be a huge, monolithic step to a long-term solution to this problem.

The officer corps in Bangladesh like in any country are nationalists. Nationalism means embracing the indigenous culture, identity and religion of a nation which in the Bangladeshi context means that most officers are loyal to Islam. This in itself is not an issue. It becomes an issue however when this attachment to Islam becomes exploited by Pakistanis as a loyalty to them.

What will happen?

I think the officer corps need to be educated intensely not just about 1971 but about the racism of Pakistanis to Bengalis in Karachi and also to Bangladeshis in the diaspora including both the gulf and the west. They need to become aware of the hatred that many Pakistanis have for Bengalis.

This is so that they do not end up engaging in a political conflict with India and inadvertently seek to become a de facto Pakistani vassal state.

However what actually will happen? In the long run unless the above suggestion and others are implemented I think Pakistan will always enjoy support from a considerable section of the Bangladeshi population and military. I think things will continue as they have been doing so far i.e. Hasina managing to stay in power, Pakistan trying to work with Islamists and traitors in the military to remove her, but their plans being thwarted. Socially economic growth will continue. A richer Bangladesh is one which fundamentally validates its independence and separation from Pakistan, one which is also more confident and is less inclined to look up to Pakistan.

In other words I suspect things will stay the same, unless Pakistan ceases to exist e.g. breaks up.
 

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1. Not really.

The ISI's biggest Bangladeshi assets are Khaleda Zia and her son as well as Jamaat e Islami, who will always be loyal to Pakistan, no matter what.

2. In 2009 a lot of the ISI network in Bangladesh was apparently dismantled. This was never made public and I have found out about it through a certain source. Despite this the Pakistanis seem to have regained strength in Bangladesh.

3. The fundamental problem is that in Bangladesh religiousity inevitably leads to a fondness for Pakistan whereas if the two can be de-coupled i.e. that someone can be a proud, religious Muslim without having a special connection to Pakistan (not necessarily any hostility but no great affinity for it) then that will be a huge, monolithic step to a long-term solution to this problem.

The officer corps in Bangladesh like in any country are nationalists. Nationalism means embracing the indigenous culture, identity and religion of a nation which in the Bangladeshi context means that most officers are loyal to Islam. This in itself is not an issue. It becomes an issue however when this attachment to Islam becomes exploited by Pakistanis as a loyalty to them.

What will happen?

I think the officer corps need to be educated intensely not just about 1971 but about the racism of Pakistanis to Bengalis in Karachi and also to Bangladeshis in the diaspora including both the gulf and the west. They need to become aware of the hatred that many Pakistanis have for Bengalis.

This is so that they do not end up engaging in a political conflict with India and inadvertently seek to become a de facto Pakistani vassal state.

However what actually will happen? In the long run unless the above suggestion and others are implemented I think Pakistan will always enjoy support from a considerable section of the Bangladeshi population and military. I think things will continue as they have been doing so far i.e. Hasina managing to stay in power, Pakistan trying to work with Islamists and traitors in the military to remove her, but their plans being thwarted. Socially economic growth will continue. A richer Bangladesh is one which fundamentally validates its independence and separation from Pakistan, one which is also more confident and is less inclined to look up to Pakistan.

In other words I suspect things will stay the same, unless Pakistan ceases to exist e.g. breaks up.
I am not an expert on bangldesh's internal politics but how can people forget the genocide, rapes and humiliation these pakis did to you people? How can any self respecting society do that. You say officers need to be educated about 1971. 1971 till 2017 is a very short period from historical prospective. How can people forget that. This amazes me.
 

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I am not an expert on bangldesh's internal politics but how can people forget the genocide, rapes and humiliation these pakis did to you people? How can any self respecting society do that. You say officers need to be educated about 1971. 1971 till 2017 is a very short period from historical prospective. How can people forget that. This amazes me.
How did Indians forget about centuries of genocides? All it takes is one generation.
 

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Pakistan's ISI was planning a major coup in Bangladesh in order to uproot Sheikh Hasina from power in the crisis-hit country. Indian officials shared the crucial details with Dhaka authorities who in turn have taken cognisance of the matter and have initiated a crackdown against insurgents.


Bangladesh’s Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s chair has come under threat and NewsX has retrieved exclusive details on the major coup planned by Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) in Dhaka that might still be in motion. There is a prevalent turmoil in the country and how Bangladeshi PM has dealt with the Rohingya issue, it has further deepened the crisis. The dissent among public towards Sheikh Hasina is scathing and various cabals have been set up to remove her from the annals of power.

The inside details of the meeting that was organised to discuss the potential coup are startling and much more alarming. According to the intelligence received, a secret meet to uproot Sheikh Hasina’s government occurred at the residence of retired Lieutenant General in the capital city of Bangladesh, Dhaka on October 21. The meeting, which was held just before Sushma Swaraj’s visit to Dhaka, was attended by a former Army General along with at least 20 senior officials, both serving as well as retired.

The main agenda of the secret meeting was a coup against Sheikh Hasina. Also, possibilities of alternate political formation and Indo-Bangla ties were also discussed during the meet. As per the information, the Rohingya influx of late has led to the increased ISI presence in Bangladesh and hence that has been the reason of heightened ISI activities in the country. Reportedly, over 50,000 Rohingya Muslims crossed over Bangladesh borders from Myanmar since August 25, 2017.

There are also reports of Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) reaching out to terror outfit Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) under the influence of ISI. The alarming part is that these outfits might reach out to extremist elements within the defence establishment in Bangladesh to target Sheikh Hasina. And it is bad news for India as well because if Hasina can be targeted, then it would be easy for these outfits to break the Hasina-Modi bonhomie.

Upon receiving the astonishing details, Delhi assessed the information and immediately shared the Intel inputs with Dhaka. All the significant details on who all attended the meeting were shared with Bangladesh authorities and they have initiated a silent crackdown against these entities. All the officers who attended the meet have been identified by the local government and the process of their removal has begun.

http://www.newsx.com/national/newsx...how-isi-planned-coup-in-crisis-hit-bangladesh

This seems straight out from a James Hadley Chase thriller! The ISI at it again! Who else? I hope those planning and plotting this coup are hanged in public.
I think ISI's audacity is because of absence of effect retaliation against them......they need a body blow ....But you have to hand it to them about how they go about their job....fool US coalition for 16 years milking US money and killing US soldiers....funneling terrorists into India/Afgan/Iran without impunity ........now this coup news.....they have taken on a lot of countries........lets see who will deliver the coup de grâce for ISI?
It is not just ISI but Arab oil money too is involved. So, when oil runs out, they will not be tolerated. They know it well and hence are now doing everything they can in their limited time available

1. Not really.

The ISI's biggest Bangladeshi assets are Khaleda Zia and her son as well as Jamaat e Islami, who will always be loyal to Pakistan, no matter what.

2. In 2009 a lot of the ISI network in Bangladesh was apparently dismantled. This was never made public and I have found out about it through a certain source. Despite this the Pakistanis seem to have regained strength in Bangladesh.

3. The fundamental problem is that in Bangladesh religiousity inevitably leads to a fondness for Pakistan whereas if the two can be de-coupled i.e. that someone can be a proud, religious Muslim without having a special connection to Pakistan (not necessarily any hostility but no great affinity for it) then that will be a huge, monolithic step to a long-term solution to this problem.

The officer corps in Bangladesh like in any country are nationalists. Nationalism means embracing the indigenous culture, identity and religion of a nation which in the Bangladeshi context means that most officers are loyal to Islam. This in itself is not an issue. It becomes an issue however when this attachment to Islam becomes exploited by Pakistanis as a loyalty to them.

What will happen?

I think the officer corps need to be educated intensely not just about 1971 but about the racism of Pakistanis to Bengalis in Karachi and also to Bangladeshis in the diaspora including both the gulf and the west. They need to become aware of the hatred that many Pakistanis have for Bengalis.

This is so that they do not end up engaging in a political conflict with India and inadvertently seek to become a de facto Pakistani vassal state.

However what actually will happen? In the long run unless the above suggestion and others are implemented I think Pakistan will always enjoy support from a considerable section of the Bangladeshi population and military. I think things will continue as they have been doing so far i.e. Hasina managing to stay in power, Pakistan trying to work with Islamists and traitors in the military to remove her, but their plans being thwarted. Socially economic growth will continue. A richer Bangladesh is one which fundamentally validates its independence and separation from Pakistan, one which is also more confident and is less inclined to look up to Pakistan.

In other words I suspect things will stay the same, unless Pakistan ceases to exist e.g. breaks up.
The only solution to islam is extinction. There is no break-up. Muslims belong to caliphate and all muslims will unite when in war. Bangladeshi muslims also like Pakistan for the same reason. Indian muslims also like Pakistan for the same reason.

I am not an expert on bangldesh's internal politics but how can people forget the genocide, rapes and humiliation these pakis did to you people? How can any self respecting society do that. You say officers need to be educated about 1971. 1971 till 2017 is a very short period from historical prospective. How can people forget that. This amazes me.
Reality check: Bangladesh genocide and rapes were only targeted to Bangladeshi Hindus and not muslims. So, your theory doesn't even apply. Look at census of Bangladesh whereby Hindus population reduced to 13% in 1974 from 18.5% in 1961. Bangladeshi muslims have nothing against pakistan.

How did Indians forget about centuries of genocides? All it takes is one generation.
Hindus were always corrupt and mentally unsound. Rajputs used to give their daughters to muslims. And the corrupt hindus would not kill their king immaterial of how evil he is. Hindus were always in majority. It was that hindus were hopeless people that instead of fighting back, they would fight internally. The buddhism had made people mad and forced the worldview in terms of avoiding conflict.

There is a reason why BJP is popular. The big problem was that had RSS done good things during partition itself like evicting muslims and offering their property to the soldiers who evicted them as payment, then things would have been much better. But, alas, hindus had no common sense.
 

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I am not an expert on bangldesh's internal politics but how can people forget the genocide, rapes and humiliation these pakis did to you people? How can any self respecting society do that. You say officers need to be educated about 1971. 1971 till 2017 is a very short period from historical prospective. How can people forget that. This amazes me.
They are still muslims. Many suffered from acts of Na Pak army but not everyone. Those who didn't suffer or suffered but hate infidels and averse to plural society will look at Pakistan for guidance.

Education/Propagation and build up of Infrastructure/job creation and a secular society not just in name but in practice is necessary to keep the people away from Pak advances.
 
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I think ISI's audacity is because of absence of effect retaliation against them......they need a body blow ....But you have to hand it to them about how they go about their job....fool US coalition for 16 years milking US money and killing US soldiers....funneling terrorists into India/Afgan/Iran without impunity ........now this coup news.....they have taken on a lot of countries........lets see who will deliver the coup de grâce for ISI?
US have few options to supply Afghanistan war effort without Pakistan. Both US and Pakistan know that.
 

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