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How to Make Proxy War Succeed in Baluchistan
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Issue Net Edition | Date : 20 Dec , 2014

Baloch Freedom Fighters

For decades, Pakistan has engaged in a proxy war against India.  Much of that proxy war has been secretive, while many of those secrets have been exposed.  At other times, Pakistan has made threats of taking war deep inside Indian territory, and Hamid Gul has openly voiced the disintegration of India.  Pakistan’s proxy wars have extended from J&K and Punjab to the Northeast regions and the Maoist belt.  Pakistani assistance for the Indian mujahedeen and homegrown Indian terrorists has arrived by way of Nepal, Burma, Bangladesh, infiltration across the LOC in J&K, and infiltration of the Punjab and Rajasthan borders. The smuggling of narcotics into Punjab is accompanied by small arms quickly stockpiled in sleeper cells and mosques across India.  Pakistan is playing towards an endgame; in contrast, India reacts in knee-jerk fashion, rather than catching Pakistani action before the effect, and finds its own plays in Pakistan stymied by an ever-alert ISI.

Pakistan is playing towards an endgame; in contrast, India reacts in knee-jerk fashion, rather than catching Pakistani action before the effect…

For years, Pakistan has succeeded in suborning Indian military and government officers and politicians, while India has fallen flat in all such attempts.  And even today, Pakistan finds sympathizers among a very large Indian population that would rather see Muslim and Pakistani rule in India rather than secular Indian rule.  Given this internal shortcoming, India has enemies not only on its borders, but within, as well.  This makes India’s task of maintaining its sovereignty all the more difficult.  But fortunately for India, India’s massive population serves as a buffer to a lot of that action, thereby serving to mitigate and absorb the forces that would otherwise disintegrate India.  But for India to bank on this strength alone would be unwise, for this bastion can easily break, just as it was broken for the past one thousand years before independence in 1947.

Pakistani has truly bled India by its proxy wars.  Revenue income from J&K and the North East are much lower than potential.  Narcotic distribution by Pakistan in Punjab has resulted in lackluster growth in Punjab’s GDP – for decades the most prosperous state in India.  The Maoists have sucked revenue growth in nearly 40% of India’s land mass.  That India should grow in real terms at 6% per year is simply amazing given these odds.  What India could do if these hurdles and negative forces were absent would probably be nothing short of a miracle.  It therefore seems appropriate to conclude that Pakistan is coming in the direct way of India’s miracle.  Naturally, no rational Indian wants to see Pakistan continue to do so.  Hence, the common Indian further concludes that Pakistan must either be stopped in its destructive actions against India by peaceful action, or be annihilated by force to cease and desist.

The former sees no chance of success: all the diplomacy over decades by the 800-strong Indian Foreign service has yielded nothing more than failures, four wars, and numerous smaller military actions, and daily incursions by Pakistan into India.  This is not what can be called successful Indian diplomacy, no matter how smart the diplomats or what scores they earned in their IAS entrance exams.  The real world of diplomacy consists of grenades and bullets, not roses and choice gardens.  The real world offers injured and dead soldiers and widows, not posh bungalows in Lutyens’ Delhi.  The real world sees blood, sweat, heat, cold, and tears in guarding the borders, not air conditioned rooms of rich parliamentarians in central and south Delhi.  It is time to come with the wave, to understand mainstream India, to think like the Indians who earn less than $2 a day – mainstream India – which doesn’t get three square meals a day, and is pained to access medical assistance, and dies prematurely largely because there is an enemy that sucks India’s resources and kills its people from within.  For Pakistan, it is a very intelligent way to succeed against a larger India; for India, it is the lamb being led to the slaughterhouse.  And because mainstream India continues to carry an ever-increasing yoke, they are slowly turning against the governments that are supposed to look after them.  Long gone is the time when the poor looked upon the government as mai-baap.  The increased alienation of mainstream India from Indian government is a direct threat to India’s security and sovereignty.  Aadhar and other such programs are scarcely going to lift the sense of alienation, no matter which government or coalition is at the center.

…a proxy war by Pakistan in two Indian provinces merely affects less than 10% of all Indian provinces, a proxy war by India in two Pakistani provinces can affect 40% of Pakistan.

Thus, in this thesis, the actions that detract from Indian economic growth must be neutralized, and foremost among these is Pakistani proxy wars and interference in India.  So, short of an invasion of Pakistan, an Indian proxy war inside Pakistan must be expanded.  Whereas a proxy war by Pakistan in two Indian provinces merely affects less than 10% of all Indian provinces, a proxy war by India in two Pakistani provinces can affect 40% of Pakistan.  By its sheer size, Pakistani resilience can be less, and Pakistani response to Indian proxy wars can be less effective.  In addition, the effect of proxy wars on the Pakistani economy can be much more to Pakistan than a proxy war on India by Pakistan.  Nevertheless, Pakistan did not learn the lesson that those who live in glass houses should not throw stones.  Pakistan never thought that two could play the game; or else, they thought they could disintegrate India before India woke up.  Well, that was not the case.  India plans to take proxy wars into Pakistani territory, and pay Pakistan back in its own coin.  But let’s analyze how a proxy war may succeed within Pakistan.

Requisite Principles of Proxy Wars

As experience around the world has shown, a successful proxy war that is able to disaffiliate a part of a territory or initiate regime change in a country must consider four major parameters:

  • The numerical size of the rebel army
  • The volume of external aid and military assistance actually provided to the rebels
  • The resolve and ability of the home army to resist the armed rebellion
  • The physical presence of external military action by a foreign country.

We can study a few examples to illustrate that all the above four must be present in appropriate proportions for the rebellion to succeed.  Requisites 1, 2, and 4 should be as high as possible, while requisite 3 should be as low as possible.

In 1971, the Mukti Bahini had rebels in large numbers, and received a large volume of Indian military supplies, advisors, and Bengali soldiers from the Indian army, thus fulfilling requisites 1 and 2 above.  However, Pakistan had about one corps plus two divisions spread over all parts of Bangladesh to suppress all uprisings in all parts of East Pakistan, thereby demonstrating Pakistani resolve to hold on to East Pakistan, thereby fulfilling requisite 3 above.  But then, as anyone can understand, without Indian military action that invaded East Pakistan, no one thinks that Bangladesh would have been created.  Hence, Mukti Bahini resistance would have been resisted by Pakistani forces till doomsday, even if it meant that the economy would go to ruin and all East Pakistanis would die.  Therefore, the liberation of Bangladesh would have been impossible without direct Indian military intervention.

…the effect of proxy wars on the Pakistani economy can be much more to Pakistan than a proxy war on India by Pakistan.

Look now at how the Americans fought off the Russians in Afghanistan.  The Americans benefitted from a very large numerical rebel force in the shape of the mujahedeen, supplied effective firepower to them, such as the stinger missiles that succeeded in bringing down the vast majority of the Russian helicopter and air fighting fleet, and supplied military and CIA advisors on the ground.  These fulfilled requisites 1 and 2 above.  Russian resolve began to weaken after American weaponry began to take a toll on their military, thereby assuring that requisite 3 did not continue as a major criterion in the rebel action.  Finally, Pakistani forces were lined up along the entire Durand line to offer physical support to the mujahidin, impart physical training and logistics in executing rebel action, and stood as a solid front to dissuade a Russian invasion of Pakistan, while standing as a threat of possibly intervening in Afghanistan should the situation call for it with American blessings.  This requisite 4 was present in this long drawn battle that eventually saw success by the rebels.

Later, in Kosovo, NATO bombing was so devastating and overwhelming that internal resolve to resist was wiped out.  But, even with a small numerical size of the rebel army, the out-of-proportion external military intervention via aerial bombing carried the day, and Kosovo was set on the path of independence.

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Look next at Libya: a large rebel base, especially in East Libya, was granted weapons by NATO while CIA advisors guided strategy and tactics on the ground.  American army teams provided clandestine field medical facilities.  The Libyan army had already been reduced to ineffectiveness by Gaddafi because he feared they may launch a coup against him just as he did against King Idris, so the ability of the Libyan army to resist was reduced.  Gaddafi had to procure mercenaries from neighboring Male who had mixed loyalties and so took Gaddafi’s money till the going was good, but then abandoned him when the going got tough.  Finally, NATO warplanes such as the Eurofighter and Rafale delivered the coup d’etat to Libyan forces for over weeks of prolonged fighting.  Again, we see that all four requisites in our criteria were present to favorable degrees for the regime change to succeed through a proxy war.

Now look at Syria: Whereas the Free Syrian Army has a large numerical size, the arms it receives are limited as America refuses to arm them, while Europe is a reluctant supplier.  The resolve of Bashar Assad to resist knows no end; and external intervention is all but missing, with only one or two Israeli air raids into Syria, but that also only to target fissile nuclear material and movement of trucks and machinery required for Syria’s clandestine nuclear program.  Hence, it can be observed that Syria’s civil war is dragging on slowly and painfully at a rotten pace.  The external ingredient is convincingly missing in the right proportion for the rebel action to succeed convincingly.  Thus, the lesser the external supply and physical action on the ground, the longer the rebel action can be expected to take; if external assistance is stepped up, the Assad regime is likely to crumble faster.

India has sent in up to 500,000 troops at one time to control Kashmir.  Moreover, any military action that Pakistan initiates across the Line of Control (LOC) is not sufficient to overpower Indian forces.

The applications of the requisites are applicable and relevant everywhere.  The Chechen and Sinkiang rebellions have been unsuccessful because there is no external physical action present.  The only armaments they get are from other Islamic groups in Asia, which is of an insufficient and meager amount.  Sinkiang rebels have been trained second hand by mujahidin in Afghanistan and madrasas in Pakistan, a poor substitute for the real training. Similarly, the Mindanao rebels have failed to severe from the Philippines because internal resolve to resist them is high and external actions to intervene are absent.  Gaddafi funded the Mindanao rebels for a long time in the 1990s and 2000s, and their rebel attacks were aggressive during those days, but the situation is apparently contained now because the necessary requisites have further diminished.

In 1979, we saw that the Cambodian populace, unable to overthrow a blood-sucking Pol-Pot, required an actual Vietnamese invasion to overthrow the brutal regime, since no amount of earlier Vietnamese weapon assistance to the rebel armies seemed to suffice.  Overall, it can be noticed all over the world that the principle of the four requisites is applicable and relevant in every proxy war that anyone seeks to fight.

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55 thoughts on “How to Make Proxy War Succeed in Baluchistan

  1. China is building Gwadar port and underground secret tunnels are being built. First free-up Balochistan ASAP then Pakhtunistan and lastly get back POK……Do take Westerns powers and Middle east nations in confidence.

  2. Sos. I am Soul Leader Satu. 191175-012v. Started cleaning soul 2013. They still torture me in Finland. I live Minttukatu 2 c 35, Tampere. Help me real life to show what Holy War is. They think that this is show. They follow my phone etc. I am Weija for Native Indians. Sao or Sau to military. But what comes christianity I am ! 15.8-16

    Satu Alanko

  3. By starting proxy wars , we have the libyan, Iraqi and now the syrian experience.the rise of still uncalculable foreces more extremist and imaging a Jihadi instaled pak govt. in charge of the nukes. How stupid is this analysis from a learned and qualified Person? i request you Sir to study the postwar effects of all these mentioned countries. then you will analyze that by interfering you create more of a mess than anything good. HA hahaha

  4. I agree with you as pakistani, we really need some democracy and want to live like the muslims live in India. It feels sad how all pakistani bothers are taught to hate india for no reason. Talibani killing us on a daily basis and government support to this really worries me as a citizen and I think that this cannot be changed until a new seperate nation is made which is not based on hatred.

  5. Why don’t you first of all block this site for viewers from Pakistan? Don’t you even know the importance of secrecy? And you will publish the war before you start it and think you can win it?

  6. Having read this article with interest, its noted the idea of destabilising pakistan and backing the Baloch terrorists was mooted by Tony Blair, a man who has successfully destabilised the middle east with his friend Bush. whats more interesting was that the americans backed this idea with the Indians who have always looked to destabilise not only pakistan but all of its neighbours, a policy inherited from the British,( divide and rule ) India and its rulers need to grow up and learn to live in a stable neighbourhood and change its foreign policy instead of destabilising the neighbouring countries work with them to achieve economic prosperity.
    However. going to the points raised by the author in his article, all those points exist in India if Pakistan or China were seriously looking to destabilise and breakup India, IE Nagaland, central / eastern india communist threat, assam,. khalistan etc, currently india has 500,000 soldiers in occupied Kashmir, if the pakistanis and chinese were back separatists in other states, would the indians seriously be able to maintain a stable central government?
    Pakistan or china could easily back a force that could seriously undermine central government rule from Delhi, better for the author to look at positives of a stable prosperous Pakistan than a pakistan thats unstable and unable to function.

  7. Dr. Amarjit Singh,
    I suggest you write a similar analysis on Khaalistan! Also what about human rights violations in Kashmir by India?

    Yours is a totally biased, and an intellectually deficiant article. I suggest you to focus on social writings rather than spending your negative energy on countries and issues which you are gathering from wikipaedias and other un authentic articles

    Good luck to you

  8. Wage war agsinst us we r waiting and not afraid of death!Sooon the imbalance in the region due to afghan war wil end!you are dreaming of another 1971 but before that u will have ti fight 180 million people pakarmy!

  9. You sure know how to make lies look like the truth. The People of Baluchistan are proud Pakistanis and the situation is getting better and as you have mentioned Pakistan won’t let its spine get separated from itself. Peace. And I think you know about Khalistan.

  10. Today, i studied this topic.i am astonishing ,that Dr. Amarjit Singh,is an independent security analyst, and he does not know that population of Baluchistan is not Shia. very very very very embracing situation for India and indian independent security analyst, . it is same like in Kargil ,indian were not knowing that Pakistani soldier are sitting in thier trenches,and then they were butchered by Pakistani. 2nd thing is Dr. Amarjit Singh,you seem security analyst of 1971 . My dear LOVE , now Pakistan is an important Nuclear state. where ,we will use these Nuclear bomb… just think on it…. We know all ur Tactics . Bangaladish was separate case in this regards that, beside other reason ,it was 1000 miles away from Pakistan. just see that we have crashed ur TTP in FATA. if it require ,we will use bombing in Afghanistan,on ur training camp all along Afghan border,with collaboration and help of Afghanistan. Now ,karzaee Govt is no more there to support u…And last but not least , just think ,that when we use atomic bomb on india ,Hindu nation will never come again in this world … however if u use ,and destroy complete Pakistan …then No problem , There are Muslim in the world ..our Muslim nation will never be ended…but ur will be ????? what …………… u know well …

  11. Sir,

    Why don’t we mention Baluchistan and Sindh whenever Pakistan mentions Kashmir?Are the freedom movements dead there?

    Do our security outfits know about the possibility/certainty of the sleeper cells?Gen.Musharraf,on YouTube has talked of attacking India from Front and Back.Is this back the sleeper cells within?

    If the U.K. wants a separate Balochistan,why did they not allow a rally of Sindhis in London?

    Please reply to my e-mail.Regards,

  12. I came across this article today and cannot stop myself from commenting – this is a typical example of a well-read idiot! How else can the learned “Dr.” equate being Muslim with being Pakistani without any conception of what the word “secular” (Ref: “Pakistan finds sympathizers among a very large Indian population that would rather see Muslim and Pakistani rule in India rather than secular Indian rule”). If we are stooping so low so as to make religious assertions, where does that leave the Sikhs, the Parsis and the tribals? Maybe they are just the supporting cast in this man’s political conception of India. He goes on to add “real world of diplomacy consists of grenades and bullets” – dear sir, this is not the “real world” meaning of diplomacy; diplomacy, unfortunately for you, is roses and doves and summits. Maybe what you mean is the “realist” world? Just because people are well-read does not imply that they know what they are talking about. The author in question is a clear example of this. Must say, I am more disappointed with the portal for carrying forth such a half-baked thought piece without exploring any of the nuances that even realist defence veterans now acknowledge as sanguine and relevant. And I dare you to post this publicly, for I am sure you lack the “real world” guts to do so!

  13. I came across this article today and cannot stop myself from commenting – this is a typical example of a well-read idiot! How else can the learned “Dr.” equate being Muslim with being Pakistani without any conception of what the word “secular” (Ref: “Pakistan finds sympathizers among a very large Indian population that would rather see Muslim and Pakistani rule in India rather than secular Indian rule”). If we are stooping so low so as to make religious assertions, where does that leave the Sikhs, the Parsis and the tribals? Maybe they are just the supporting cast in this man’s political conception of India. He goes on to add “real world of diplomacy consists of grenades and bullets” – dear sir, this is not the “real world” meaning of diplomacy; diplomacy, unfortunately for you, is roses and doves and summits. Maybe what you mean is the “realist” world? Just because people are well-read does not imply that they know what they are talking about. The author in question is a clear example of this. Must say, I am more disappointed with the portal for carrying forth such a half-baked thought piece without exploring any of the nuances that even realist defence veterans now acknowledge as sanguine and relevant.

  14. Well my analysis is after reading this article and comments Both India and pakistan needs sincere leaders who make policies of mutual benefits. instead of supporting USA, British or russia. As people of India and People of pakistan shared same land, culture, passion. This blame game will never ends. We should benefit each other so both mother land prosperous and emerge as better economies in the world. This day will come insha Allah

  15. BLA strength is to mount only guerilla warfare, it cannot succeed in its present form against Paki army. However, if India provides support to strengthen Pukhtoon secession, it will succeed, for it will create internal fissures in the Paki army in addition to dealing at divided front. In any case Durand line is artificial divide between Pushtoons and India must provide impetus to free Khyber Pukhtoonkwa from Paki grip. That should be the correct approach for India because only then you could neutralize the biggest Paki nuisance, the nukes. Paki nukes have triggers controlled by software locks directly under US control. That is the only handle US has against India. If Pukhtoon movement gathers momentum, Uncle Sam will be wary to let the nukes slip into terrorist hands and would keep them further tightly in control. That is also the way to free Balochistan simultaneously.

  16. you indians, monkey descendants, are proving what dogs you are.your front monkey tail starts to shiver by mere thought of facing Pakistani army,so you are now taking your frustration on civilians on border.Let me tell you that you would not be spared of this dog warfare ,its not 65 or 71 where Pak had to wait for foreign armed help to fight now it is self sufficient in it.They say we can use nuclear weapons against india,I say its too much for you,with our junior general, musharaf, we had given you trailer in kargil with conventional weapons we can always direct the movie of your humiliating defeat with a senior general like existing army commander

    • Don’t forget moron that 93000 paki soldiers were returned safely without handing them over to Mukti Bahini. Guess how many pieces of them would have returned through Mukti Bahini. You paki morons have some cheek to comment, rascals as you are!
      If Pakisi won kargil, why did you have to vacate. Are you completely bereft of commonsense. You are such morons that you did not even take dead bodies of your soldiers for dignified burial. How pathetic!

  17. As a Chinese student studying politics and history…I want to say honestly that Baluchistan was NEVER truly part of the Indian subcontinent in the first place…thus it SHOULD be independent from BOTH India and Pakistan.

  18. Get your facts straight. Baluchistan population is not shia. And neither the population of Baluchistan Sistan province of Iran is Shia. Extremely superficial analysis. Good that Indian government doesnt heed it. And even if india starts a war across the lenght of the border, how is it gonna provide arms to the rebels? Grow up and get off your high horse!

  19. Amarjit Singh’s proxy war postulations were interesting until he blithely suggested towards the end that “the deficiency in requisites (the last of the four nominated by him earlier) can be overcome if India ties down Pakistani forces along the Indo-Pak border after opening its guns in fire along the entire 1,850 mile border. This must be supplemented by loaning Special Forces soldiers and officers to the Baluch National Army to damage and destroy Pakistani installations in Baluchistan.” And what does he imagine Islamabad would do? Roll over and supinely surrender like General Niazi did with General Aurora? Has he not read the publically available military doctrine of the Pakistan armed forces, especially relating to the use of nuclear weapons once an Indian armoured thrust (or any other such activity, ie, hiving off Baluchistan) threatened the break-up of the country? At that point I realised the underlying thread of militaristic jingoism throughout his thesis, and just how dangerously short-sighted and right-wing Dr Singh is. I trust his analysis is not taken seriously by military strategists in New Delhi; to do so would unleash numerous mushroom genies from the bottle that would destroy not just arch enemy Pakistan but at least northern India, if not further. (* Obviously I have not taken literally [and I am sure he didn’t mean it literally either] his referral to “opening its guns in fire along the entire 1850 mile border” because in reality that would not have any strategic effect, other than to drawn reciprocal fire. The hidden meaning of course, means launching meaningful thrusts across the international border that would certainly concentrate the Pak military’s attention on its eastern borders to allow the sort of scenario he propounds for wrenching Baluchistan away from the rest of Pakistan. That, of course, would lead directly to a certain doomsday scenario whose destruction would not discriminate between man-man boundaries on pieces of paper.)

  20. Strategies must evolve with time. An idea whose time is right is probably the most powerful weapon. An idea executed at the wrong moment, however, is a terrible blunder. India had her chance to helped in breaking Balochistan away from Pakistan, but not any more. A lot of things have changed. Most important of these changes is the amount of Chinese involvement in that region. The following link (written in Feb 2013, seven months before Dr. Singh’s article) will shed some light:

    globalgeopolitics.net/wordpress/2013/02/03/pakistan-inducts-china-into-balochistan-to-counter-india/

  21. if there is peace & tranquility with all our neighbours, where is the need for such large an army. the army would be down sized to a third of its present size. in order of precedence the army brass would be severely downgraded. police & other such organisations will overshadow the army. therefore the indian army & pakistani army have vested interest to keep the cauldron boiling, to justify there existence. moreover the arms dealers of the world , would not permit peace in the area for obvious reasons. lot of vested interests are there who will ensure the pot continues to simmer . let us not deluge ourselves. there will be no peace in the area. low to mid intensity conflict is there to stay for a long long time.

  22. It is impossible. You can do all 3 points but not the 4th one. You do not have the courage to invade this time. As far as our Army resistence is concerened We divided your RAW & CIA sponserd TTP & now we r waiting for U.S withdrawl. The moment US troops will withdraw Afghan Taliban (The real Taliban) will take charge of Kabul & than all these rebels will automatically eliminated & Mr Singh Pakistan is no sucking India’s resources its your corrupt people who are sucking all your resources even they are not ready to construct washrooms for poor indian women in villeges to prevent then from Rape. Dont try to underestimate Pakistan because this time we will pay you back with interest…..

  23. Let me apply your theory on Kashmir. Pakistan kept infiltrating an incessant army of trained militants into Kashmir and provided massive military aid to jihadis. The same they did to Khalistanis but both ventures failed because of unparallel resolve of India to fight forces against its territorial integrity. In my opinion, military action can only be the final blow to seal the deal and before that all the ground work should be completed.

    I still feel that Balochistan could be the next Bangladesh if India plays her cards smartly and think out of the box. This time India should remain throughout behind the curtains and effectively use the west for creating environment, use Afghanistan and/or Iran as proxy and most important use the baloch diaspora specially in Oman. Playing Baloch card will be the best bet for Afghanistan to counter Taliban and safeguard her interests.

    Howsoever it may sound until this point but not to forget that Pakistan has nukes and being a rogue nation she would certainly use it, no matter against whom, when she sees Balochistan slipping. Therefore, an action plan should be handy to denuclearize Pakistan during or before such operation. The west has to play the role of denuking Pak and Israel will be more than willing to oblige by having and playing her part.

    Pakistan is in turmoil due to internal issues. Post US withdrawal, Taliban will be active in Afghanistan which will further engage Pakistan beyond TTP. Afghan must be ready with a proxy (read balochistan) to counter taliban. A brittle Pak wont be able to hold itself and crumble. So right now is the time for ground work and 2015 for action.

  24. Sardar ji….you are oveloooking and over looking many things. Firsly we dont see india as one thing. Rather a bunch of things. Let everything else be put for a later time,lets only discuss balochistan and khalistan. Balochis are not going anywhere I swear. India is wasting its money in thin air and we know this where are they spending. Secondly we have affinity for many nations in india like punjabis , bangalis, and rajhistanis. But we can not increase our ties with these great nation due to gujratis, marathis and tamils… So see? How complicated it is for us and you are writing as if we are really enjoying all the scene. And indian policy maker knew that fact so they divided only Punjab and made it even stronger by making it even smaller. In this case you can even blame these haryanvi speakers… Bloody snakes.

    • lower castes are lower, most punjabis(not the real one-but jutts and all) in India–dont have a “line”, just like Pakis..i,m pretty sure they would not want to identify with you, even though you would want to identify with a superior civilization.Sorry , no entry.This is the land of bharata.

  25. Dr., it may seem convenient for India to engage in the proxy wars, however, the long term implications of such violent involvement could hurt us. Are we certain these Baloch would not turn against us when we desert them? Should we not learn from America’s initial engagement with Al-Qaeda, and their subsequent enmity?

  26. Its really foolish to think that Indian govt is capable to doing any kind proxy wars even with small country, politicians don’t even have time to think about country as they are busy with looting country.

  27. how about sending Dalai Lama to rebuild bamiyan buddha and re-establish buddha kingdom in afghanisthan (now by force). Chines will like dalai lama to get engaged there??? Indian could take afghanisthan as protectorate for ever. pakistan will rot in civil war which could consume 70-90% of population and rest turn to buddhism for peace. Ideally china and India would love this plot. and even american will get a releif of islamism ideology strength decreasing

  28. We will rip you off and rape your land once again., Mujahedeen are coming , Afghanistan will give birth to millions of Ghanznavi

    We will rape you in broad day light , India will become another Syria.

  29. India has to wake up and grab the opportunity and join hands with USA to plan ouster of the Chinese from Baluchistan and break its alliance with pakistan. This can only be done with the help of Baluchistan Liberation Army given full support teaching pakistan a Pakistani lesson

  30. Dear me! Whatever might Saudi-Anglo-America and the Gandhi-Nehru-Ambedkars of the day say? Act in the interests of Indian citizens and to the detriment of foreign countries? This would turn the whole of Nehruvian Defence and Foreign Policy upside down!

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