- Apr 13, 2016
Yes. Pakistan has stockpiles of weapons, ammunitions and supplies and hundreds of tribes, militias that have pledged support.Does Pakistan have the economy and resources to fight off an invasion by India in which India is determined to continue fighting at any cost and no other country intervenes? Is your answer the same if India cuts off Chinese supply lines through a naval blockade and capturing territory in Kashmir? If your answer is "yes", then prove it with sources and citations.
But the question is, does India?
and the situation only seems to be getting worse
We acknowledge the fact that we'll be placed under a blockade by the superior Indian Navy (but only after very heavy losses inflicted to the Indian Fleets by Coastal Defences).
The Chinese supply route via GB would however not be taken - it would be near impossible for India to attempt to fight the combined forces of Pakistan and China who have the defensive advantage as well. The chances of that are the same of Pakistan taking Occupied JK.
Even if in some dreamland that does happens - Pakistan is very well self-sufficient. Ammunition & Supplies are stockpiled. Putting military factors aside - Pakistan has the fourth largest irrigated land in the entire world; which has always been MORE than enough to provide for the entire population, we rarely ever imported food. Although India has more irrigated land - it's simply not enough for India's massive population (this is only a concern in the case of a 'total war' - which is very unlikely).
Pakistan is prepared and ready. In case of a war, all Pakistan would have to do is hold until the international community intervenes or until the Indian military collapses (which should take 2-3 weeks); which would be followed by a massive counter-attack.