There are limits to our restraint: Pakistan tells India

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UNITED NATIONS: Pakistan's U.N. envoy asked the president of the United Nations Security Council on Thursday to informally brief the body on the country's escalating tension with neighboring India and said she will discuss it with U.N. chief Ban Ki-moon on Friday.

Indian officials claimed elite troops crossed into Azad Jammu Kashmir on Thursday and killed suspected militants preparing to infiltrate India and carry out attacks on major cities.

Pakistani U.N. Ambassador Maleeha Lodhi told Reuters she met with New Zealand's U.N. Ambassador Gerard van Bohemen, who is president of the 15-member Security Council for September.

"I brought to his attention the dangerous situation that is building up in our region as a result of Indian provocation," she said. "Our call to the international community is avert a crisis before there is one."

India's U.N. mission was not immediately available to comment.

Van Bohemen said he told the council on Thursday that Lodhi had visited him to raise concerns about the situation with India. "I briefed the council on her approach," he said.

"Pakistan is showing maximum restraint but there are limits to our restraint if India continues with provocations," Lodhi said. "Right now our effort is just to tell everyone 'this is what's happened so far, watch this space because it's a very dangerous space'."

She said there had already been "ominous signs of unusual movement" along the border with movements of troops and tanks and credible reports of Indian evacuations of some areas.


https://www.thenews.com.pk//latest/153858-There-are-limits-to-our-restraint-Pakistan-tells-India

On the one hand Pakis are claiming nothing has happened and on the other hand they are crying like a baby.
 

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"I brought to his attention the dangerous situation that is building up in our region as a result of Indian provocation," she said. "Our call to the international community is avert a crisis before there is one."
Really? Stop your fukin terrorism against India and Afghanistan first before flying off into a fit! No one believes your shenanigans anymore. Yours is a fuked up country with nothing but a massive terror industry, producing an unending stream of terrorists in your 70,000 madrasas supported by 180 million turds of your imploding country!
 

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Let them cry that's all they are capable of apart from pumping out terrorists.

Now that their nuke bluff has virtually been called out, this is what they are left with.

Once they give us a chance to try CSD, their imaginary tactical nuke nonsense will be thrown into th dustbin where it belongs.
 

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Once they give us a chance to try CSD, their imaginary tactical nuke nonsense will be thrown into th dustbin where it belongs.
They don't have tactical nukes as yet! It's all bullshit! Have you ever heard of them testing any miniature nukes for their Nasrs?

You can't make these toys and validate them using only computer simulations!

This is an epic deception plan by the Porkis!
 

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They don't have tactical nukes as yet! It's all bullshit! Have you ever heard of them testing any miniature nukes for their Nasrs?

You can't make these toys and validate them using only computer simulations!

This is an epic deception plan by the Porkis!
I agree, thats why I said that bluff will be called too given we get a chance.
 

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They don't have tactical nukes as yet! It's all bullshit! Have you ever heard of them testing any miniature nukes for their Nasrs?

You can't make these toys and validate them using only computer simulations!

This is an epic deception plan by the Porkis!
But the availability of Nasr can not be ruled out totally.
 

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But the availability of Nasr can not be ruled out totally.
If they have the yet undemonstrated capability, lets see if they have the desire to turn their home into a nuclear wasteland.

Turst me, a country that simply took the humilation of their nation being ripped in half and did nothing, does have it in themselves to fire off nukes. Its all bluff to try and achieve parity with us that they cannot in any other sense.
 

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Please don't show restraint and give us excuse to escalate so that we have the excuse to annex Haji Pir.
not just hajipir
annex nankana sahib and make the shithole a landlocked shithole.
 

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Please don't show restraint and give us excuse to escalate so that we have the excuse to annex Haji Pir.
But in Google maps it is showing that haji pir in our region not in POK
 

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Abbottabad is just 60km from LOC from URI sector.........
God that many days osama is in our pinaka gun point but we didn't realize...
 

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Behind Pakistan's military confidence: China's growing shadow
By IANS | Sep 30, 2016, 02.24 PM IST

Until five years ago, the US and China shared an almost equal proportion of Pakistans arms imports: 39 per cent and 38 per cent respectively. Today, China supplies 63 per cent of Pakistans armaments, with the US dropping to 19 per cent and second place, an IndiaSpend analysis reveals, as Pakistan mulls a response to Indias strike on terror camps across the border.

China's rise to becoming the world's third-largest arms exporter was to a large degree helped by heightened demand from Pakistan, which now buys 35 per cent of these exports and is Beijing's biggest buyer (Bangladesh follows at 20 per cent), according to a February 2016 report from the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI).

The military supplies are bolstered by unwavering support at a time of heightened tension with India and faltering ties with the US (there was a 73 per cent drop in US security aid over four years to 2015, The Wire reported in August 2016; the US also cancelled the subsidised sale of eight F-16 fighters).

Last month, Pakistan's Ministry of Defence Production confirmed a contract with China for the purchase of eight conventional diesel-electric submarines, which will cost between $4 billion to $5 billion (Rs. 25,600 crore to Rs. 33,200 crore), China's biggest defence export deal.

The submarines could have a nuclear strategic capability -- they could be used to launch nuclear-tipped land attack cruise missiles, providing Pakistan with a partial second-strike capability to rival India's submarine-launched nuclear ballistic missiles.


Read more at:
http://economictimes.indiatimes.com...ofinterest&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=cppst
 

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Yes they are getting weapons and support from China !

Behind Pakistan's military confidence: China's growing shadow
By IANS | Sep 30, 2016, 02.24 PM IST

Until five years ago, the US and China shared an almost equal proportion of Pakistans arms imports: 39 per cent and 38 per cent respectively. Today, China supplies 63 per cent of Pakistans armaments, with the US dropping to 19 per cent and second place, an IndiaSpend analysis reveals, as Pakistan mulls a response to Indias strike on terror camps across the border.

China's rise to becoming the world's third-largest arms exporter was to a large degree helped by heightened demand from Pakistan, which now buys 35 per cent of these exports and is Beijing's biggest buyer (Bangladesh follows at 20 per cent), according to a February 2016 report from the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI).

The military supplies are bolstered by unwavering support at a time of heightened tension with India and faltering ties with the US (there was a 73 per cent drop in US security aid over four years to 2015, The Wire reported in August 2016; the US also cancelled the subsidised sale of eight F-16 fighters).

Last month, Pakistan's Ministry of Defence Production confirmed a contract with China for the purchase of eight conventional diesel-electric submarines, which will cost between $4 billion to $5 billion (Rs. 25,600 crore to Rs. 33,200 crore), China's biggest defence export deal.

The submarines could have a nuclear strategic capability -- they could be used to launch nuclear-tipped land attack cruise missiles, providing Pakistan with a partial second-strike capability to rival India's submarine-launched nuclear ballistic missiles.


Read more at:
http://economictimes.indiatimes.com...ofinterest&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=cppst
 

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