India Pakistan conflict along IB and LoC (July 2021)

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the main disadvantage with JF17 is, Chinese the original manufacturers did not induct it.
JF-17 itself is a modified Chinese F-7 frame. Why China would induct an old one when it can afford better?

The main advantage of JFT is its low cost. It's built for countries which can't afford any modern planes and not any other reason. Pak could only dream off expanding its squadron size that much without JFT. Nigeria and Burma could only dream of buying proper fighters.
We can't troll JFT's capability when compared to its cost.
 

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JF-17 itself is a modified Chinese F-7 frame. Why China would induct an old one when it can afford better?

The main advantage of JFT is its low cost. It's built for countries which can't afford any modern planes and not any other reason. Pak could only dream off expanding its squadron size that much without JFT. Nigeria and Burma could only dream of buying proper fighters.
We can't troll JFT's capability when compared to its cost.
Not true, the cost effectiveness involves maintenance. RD33 is maintenance intensive.
There are reports of structural cracks on airframes.

Any aircraft needs to provide multiple solutions when it comes to ammunition, how many weapon systems are compatible with JF17? Only Chinese and unreliable. Or atleast we can say JF17 comes with only Chinese missiles and ammunition which are combat unproven.

Can Pakistan keep up with the advancements in technology and incorporate them down the lane in 10 to 15 years on the same jets, talking about upgradations. Simply no.

it may seem cheaper option but not when life cycle costs, compatibility with latest advancements in technology or upgrades.

Burma and Nigeria are most probably military grants from China. JF17 of mark 2 is not even 4th gen jet.

why would Pakistan go for J10’s if JF17 is that capable?
 
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Not true, the cost effectiveness involves maintenance. RD33 is maintenance intensive.
There are reports of structural cracks on airframes.

Any aircraft needs to provide multiple solutions when it comes to ammunition, how many weapon systems are compatible with JF17? Only Chinese and unreliable. Or atleast we can say JF17 comes with only Chinese missiles and ammunition which are combat unproven.

Can Pakistan keep up with the advancements in technology and incorporate them down the lane in 10 to 15 years on the same jets, talking about upgradations. Simply no.

it may seem cheaper option but not when life cycle costs, compatibility with latest advancements in technology or upgrades.

Burma and Nigeria are most probably military grants from China. JF17 of mark 2 is not even 4th gen jet.

why would Pakistan go for J10’s if JF17 is that capable?
You can't get any other 3+ generation fighter in just $20 millions. It having high maintenance is a different case and trick.
Small countries anyway don't need high serviceability unlike us. They just use such planes to strike on terrorists.

Beyond the air forces filled with superiority aircrafts like US, EU, Russia, China, India or US allies, rest of world still uses 3rd generation vintage fighters. They aren't at continous wars.
 

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You can't get any other 3+ generation fighter in just $20 millions. It having high maintenance is a different case and trick.
Small countries anyway don't need high serviceability unlike us. They just use such planes to strike on terrorists.

Beyond the air forces filled with superiority aircrafts like US, EU, Russia, China, India or US allies, rest of world still uses 3rd generation vintage fighters. They aren't at continous wars.
The serviceability costs exceed the jet fighter costs in some cases.
 

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Nope…none of those companies you mention are a real priority in India now except for jobs. We are not going to have Waymo driverless cars in India for a long time. And as far as Twitter is concerned, Indian alternatives like Koo are gathering pace and chances are that they will replace Twitter in India.
Google and other major companies are institutionally owned now and even in during their startup days hardly received any moneys from the money laundering organization called the CCP. Amazon was never VC funded by the way. Google, FaceBook and Twitter were funded by American VC companies and private individuals. Chinese CCP have no role to play in these top companies.
Tesla was not VC funded either. It was funded by US tax payer loans until publicly listed. Again no Chinese CCP‘s dirty hands in Tesla. Only Obama’s. There is not a single strategic company in the US that has grown through CCP moneys. I don’t know where you are getting this from. The CCP cannot invest in the US due to the patriot act in force since 9/11 which prohibits laundered moneys.
The CCP has directly stolen technology through illegal hacking and running a den of thieves at their Houston consulate (shut down now) Plus CCP military affiliated “scientists“ directly stealing university research. And that is the hole the US is shutting down. They did not gain any technology through their “VC investments“. Lol. This is a ridiculous argument to make.
Anyine advocating the CCP criminal money laundering ways to invest in startups and gain control over technology is nuts. It has never worked and will never work.
in fact india has important technologoes like gas turbines that the Chinese don’t.
on infrastructures Google at the end of the day is a glorified search engine powered by ad revenues. While digital infra is key, we are talking about business applications like Microsoft Office, SAS, SAP, Apple or Adobe etc that improve productivity and government interfaces with the public. Data centers are another area where Amazon, Google and Microsoft play good roles. Android phones are a key. Networking infrastructure from CISCO, Juniper etc are important. Facebook and Twitter are useless and not a necessity for sure.
In any case, digital infra investments pale in comparison to hard infra investments. Hard infra investments are the real wealth creators - better roads, water, health, education etc. I don’t think a poor person is thinking about an AI powered search engine LOL.
I don’t think you are understanding an iota of what I am saying. I’m saying India needs to invest in the next batch of companies working on the latest technology so those companies prioritize the Indian market for transfer of technology just like they do China today. If you think the only thing that is valuable is hard infrastructure, you will lose the next war. Having a thriving tech industry working on photonics computers, quantum computing, AI/ML pipelines is key. E.g there was a company Swayatt robotics in India posting best in class results for several years before they received a puny 3 million dollar check. The same company had it played in Silicon Valley would be valued over 1 billion. You original argument is that the Indian diaspora is a lost cause is one of meekness and cowardliness. Rather than supporting people from India who are braving it in foreign lands, you choose to say that they abandoned India. Well actually the environment in India for those type of people is shitty to thrive in the first place. Case in point: swayatt robotics…. India won’t have self driving… india doesn’t need EVs… india won’t have good infra…: india doesn’t need blah…. Is a typical Babu argument that turns off innovators making them leave the country.

the argument I am making is that if you want to be relevant in the next 10-20 years; investing in infra is not enough. The Indian government needs to focus on finding technology from any corner of the globe and make sure that India has a seat at the table. If you don’t see the value in these innovative collars with other countries, please continue to put your head in the sand, you are a lost cause.
 

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Will they be trained and provided with firearms to protect themselves??

The only thing I pray to God is even if they are not returned to valley any sooner, they as a community should never ever go liberal and woke. I pray to God for that one thing only. They should never ever trust Muzzies after 7 exoduses. Ever.
I haven't seen many instances of current gen KPs going full woke luckily (thank God) , but I've observed one pattern amongst them- chalnedo attitude and reconciliation thoughts within many KPs old and young surfacing increasingly. That will prove to be fatal for the dwindling community which is the last link between Bharat and Kashmir.
I've always maintained that KPs should raise more kids per household, only numbers can make em survive future challenges. I pray they don't go liberal and trust the snakes again.
 

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