Pakistan goes to war with US or China, how must India respond?

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Let's play a mind game.

If China starts attacking them because of funneling Xinjiang seperatists through Gilgit, should we launch a unilateral strike to claim PoK, or work with the Chinese?

If US goes to war with them because of a terror attack on western soil, WMDs, Oil or a dictator, how must we react?
 

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Re: Pakistan goes to war with US or China,how must India respond to ei

Thses scenarios are absurd and are being created by a western minds to keep Indians thinking of war with its neighbors. The mindset of "divide and rule" still exists in these people.
Let's play my mind game now ! What if west tries to pit India and China against each other and these 2.5 billion humans figure out the conspiracy of crook, western politicians.....and then, decide to NOT become enemies but join forces and multiply trade by opening silk routes thru Himalayan valleys, include Russia, Pakistan, Bangla desh , Myanmar, Vietnam etc. Then, three very powerful militaries , Russian, Chinese and Indian form a joint strike force against any enemy who want to disturb peace in the region......What will this scenario leave for warmongering, western bullies who love to destabilize other nation causing pain and misery to millions. Tell me where that will leave the west ?
 

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If Pakistan goes to war with PRC, which is highly unlikely, then India's response should be to move troops into PoK and GB and evict the PLA first. Even some kind of covert assistance to Pakistan should be kept as an option. No matter what, I believe blood is thicker than water, and I don't want PLA getting any foothold in GB or PoK.

The eventual aim, of course, is to liberate PoK and GB and get access to Central Asia.

Regarding Pakistan going to war with US, well, I cannot think about it. The general notion is to take back GB and PoK when Pakistan in tied down, but that would be easier if Pakistan goes to war with PRC.
 

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Let's play a mind game.

If China starts attacking them because of funneling Xinjiang seperatists through Gilgit, should we launch a unilateral strike to claim PoK, or work with the Chinese?

If US goes to war with them because of a terror attack on western soil, WMDs, Oil or a dictator, how must we react?
India is against any external power meddling in S.Asia. India do not support Chinese but will venture into POK to oppose Chinese in case of Chinese invasion.

But if Pakistan decides to go to war with any of those giants, then India will try to protect its strategic interests.
 

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Pakistan would never attack US or china even in their dreams LOL.

Even if they do, I am afraid this will become whole "Islam VS World" war.
 

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They won't even go to war with Iran. Forget about the other 2 giants. But in case it happens, India should stay out of it to avoid being hit with nuclear weapons. After the war, Pakistan will crumble for sure. Then India should intervene, take back our PoK & GB, free balochistan etc.
 

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First Pakistan doesn't have balls to go against their masters (Annadata).
Secondly if someone is destroying our nemesis why should we get involved.
Thirdly we don't need to get in fight against China as Pakistan will not definitely not help us.
 

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Pakistan will attack China or US only if a Taliban govt comes to power. If that happens, India will be the first target. Therefore, India will be drawn into action long before they get involved.
 

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The question should be changed to , ''USA and China invading pakistan and what India should do ? :rofl:
 

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America bombing them may become a reality some day
Are they not doing that already? (Drones) :eyebrows:

BTW in my opinion, if China attacks Pak the US will come to its aid and if the US attacks Pak then China will come to its aid.
 

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Grab popcorn while Pak is made pulp. No seriously it won't happen. China attacking Pak as a whole that is. America bombing them may become a reality some day
They already routinely bomb some of their regions. ;)
 

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We will aid pakis and make it our puppet. Better they be our puppets than yankee to chini puppet used to finger us which they are currently.
 

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Nice !!! Lets all become @ArmchairGeneral

Let's play a mind game.

If China starts attacking them because of funneling Xinjiang seperatists through Gilgit, should we launch a unilateral strike to claim PoK, or work with the Chinese?

If US goes to war with them because of a terror attack on western soil, WMDs, Oil or a dictator, how must we react?
 

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US can't go to war without a stable supply-line. Where will you stage your invasion from? India? Iran?

Pakistan is more than happy to give away PoK to China. Where's the scope of war?

But just for the kicks, if either of the two countries go to war with Pakistan, we should pass a national popcorn-security bill that guarantees every man, woman and child access to nutritious popcorn.
 

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Sir
best option for india is to sit silently and watch:whistle:
 

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Hmmm .......... i agree with u :thumb::thumb::thumb:
 

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Well!!! US is already kicking Pakistan :kickass:
If this is true...Managed Chaos of USA is a very potent weapon.

US STABS ITS SOUTH ASIAN ALLY IN THE BACK

A huge scandal in the Pakistani-US relations that implicates serious consequences for the security situation in India and Afghanistan has broken out. An emissary from the "Islamic State" has created a cell of this radical movement in Pakistan and recruited mercenaries to fight the war in Syria with finances contributed from the United States.

This frank statement was given out by Yusuf al-Salafi. Pakistani security forces arrested this Syrian in Lahore. He is suspected of infiltrating Pakistan in order to create a cell of the "Islamic State". Two more of his accomplices were detained too.

When questioned on the identity of the financiers of this cell, the suspect replied that finances come from the United States. Supporters of the "Islamic State" (IS) in Pakistan are recruiting young people to fight in Syria for $ 600.

The future "soldiers of fortune" are being tricked into this by one of the local imams, reported the arrested IS emissary. The cleric reads out sermons of a specific nature to his congregation in the mosque. He also, obviously, has no hassles in accepting money, flung from the United States.

The US were supposed to conceal, in every possible way, that they are behind funding of the IS for their own interests, stated Yusuf al-Salafi. That is the very reason why they supported, with their money, offensive of the Islamist group in Iraq and not in Syria. They masked their main goal - to overthrow the regime of Bashar al-Assad in Syria with the help of this group.


Boris Dolgov, expert from the Institute of Oriental Studies has acknowledged that this scenario is quite plausible, keeping in mind the characteristic tactics that the US intelligence services commonly deploys.

"This is one face of US politicians who want to achieve their foreign policy goals in the Middle East with the help of radical Islamists. This is clearly apparent. The US sponsored Bin Laden when he fought against the pro-Soviet regime in Afghanistan. The US sponsored almost all armed groups that have fought and are fighting against Bashar al-Assad. Including the IS, which has now proclaimed an Islamic caliphate in parts of Syria and Iraq. A growth of radical Islamism, terrorist activity in the region, including of the IS, is a direct result of the US politics."

After arrest of the emissary from the IS in Pakistan, allegations have intensified that the United States are responsible for what is happening in the region, including for the attack against pupils of the military schools in Peshawar.

Meanwhile, political analyst Stanislav Tarasov is calling out to pay attention to a yet another fact of US politics in the region:

"The Americans, whilst preparing its troops to leave Afghanistan for good, had long been conducting secret talks with the Taliban, including with radical groups that ally themselves with the IS. At some stage, the US regarded the IS as a weapon, a Trojan horse to achieve their geopolitical goals in the Middle East. And this concerns not just Syria and an ousting of the regime in Damascus. Apparently, the Taliban had already prepared themselves, under the banner of the IS, for a coup in Islamabad too."

In this connection, interesting details have been reported by the Indian newspaper "Hindustan Times". It turns out that the IS group had announced that the main task of the Pakistani Taliban was a creation of Khorasan. This was the name of the territory in the past that covered Afghanistan, Pakistan and parts of India. Representative of the IS, Abu Muhammad al-Adnani, in a video message on the net on the spread of the Caliphate in Khorasan, named former leader of the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan - Hafiz Saeed Khan as governor of this region.
US STABS ITS SOUTH ASIAN ALLY IN THE BACK - News - Politics - Russian Radio
 

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