Kashmir : Counter Terror Operation Updates and Discussions

jetray

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The actual answer is to relax civilian gun ownership and give preference to hindus in gun ownership. Allow them to be armed against these animals.
For that you need ppl who are really bad *censored*, not whiny bunch who run away at the first gunshot. Problem is if you cant stay put and fight no amount of help will be useful. Again arming civilians will lead to more violence , which might end up becoming uncontrollable , kashmir will become another afghanistan.
 

Lolwa

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For that you need ppl who are really bad *censored*, not whiny bunch who run away at the first gunshot. Problem is if you cant stay put and fight no amount of help will be useful. Again arming civilians will lead to more violence , which might end up becoming uncontrollable , kashmir will become another afghanistan.
You only need to arm the hindus. The kashmir musals have been pampered a lot, they need to be shown their place.
 

Cole_phelps

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You only need to arm the hindus. The kashmir musals have been pampered a lot, they need to be shown their place.

No law can be passed that will permit gun ownership based on religion. But ex-servicemen is another thing plus they have experience of combat.

Mullahs can displace native Hindus, all to be replaced by army and armed ex-military. Settle a million if feasible. The most difficult part of Kashmir problem is our non serious attitude or probably overconfidence to no longer see terrorists + paxtan as a threat.
 

jetray

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No law can be passed that will permit gun ownership based on religion. But ex-servicemen is another thing plus they have experience of combat.

Mullahs can displace native Hindus, all to be replaced by army and armed ex-military. Settle a million if feasible. The most difficult part of Kashmir problem is our non serious attitude or probably overconfidence to no longer see terrorists + paxtan as a threat.
problem is that govt wants to keep milking the issue for its electoral gains instead of completely wiping out the scourge. Govt takes piecemeal steps every now and then , instead of focusing on long term soln. Worse is ambivalent attitude towards terrorist supporters like abdullahs & muftis, which gives the impression all the actions are just drama for votes and they can continue their old ways .
 
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Ankit Kumar

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What do we do with such captured rifle s
Well we do know that some of the Type 56/81 series manufactured in China , used by piggies are used by security forces now.

Then their are arms assembled locally in Pakistan. Those along with the explosives are often considered dangerous and disposed off from time to time, once the weapon is no longer needed for any police/judicial enquiry.
We don't use DshK in large enough numbers. But arms like those are used to impart training to soldiers.

Because we do use the ammo and in case of war, we can come across arms of enemy which might be useful for us.
 
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