Round one: India Knocked Out – Pakistan gets a “Flawless Victory”.

With Mullen asking for a guarantee that PAF will not respond to Indian surgical strikes.

General Kiyani is said to have responded with showing Mullen a photograph of an IAF Mirage-2000 locked by Pakistan Air Forces’ F-16 taken on December 13th. ‘Next time, we’ll bring it down’, Mullen was told.

To make sure the message was loud and clear, Pakistan Air Force jets started patrolling the skies in hot mode and a red-alert was issued througout the country.


  •                                       Picture: The defeated Mukherjee.


With India and Pakistan standing eyeball to eyeball, it was India who blinked first, with its media and officials admitting defeat on the diplomatic front.

Times of India writes:

While the de-escalation should soothe the tense nerves of the international community, it was being feared that Islamabad, by raising the bogey of war, may have edged out India’s concerns. By feeding fears of an imminent conflict between two nuclear-armed rivals, it had ensured that the focus would shift towards conflict prevention. Indian security experts noted that Gilani made it a point to mention that “our friends are persuading India against aggression”.

While the government persisted with reminders to Islamabad about unkept promises, independent security experts sid Pakistan may have got away with almost no cost at all. “As of now, Pakistan has managed to divert attention from the Mumbai attacks to an India-Pak conflict,” said K Subrahmanyam.

It was diplomacy by fear, and Pakistan played it effectively. As it allowed passions to run high and let known terrorists join in the show of national belligerence, it was also playing victim. As part of the script, its foreign secretary, it now turns out, even summoned the Indian high commissioner in Islamabad, Satyabrata Pal, on Friday to lecture him on the need for India to bring down tensions.

The US and China had on Friday asked India – in a clear sign of Pakistan’s success – to engage in a dialogue with Pakistan. It’s becoming increasingly evident that India has so far nothing to show for all its diplomatic offensive in the aftermath of the Mumbai attacks.

How could things have gone so wrong, wonders Vir Sanghvi of the Hindustan Times:

I am now coming round to the view that they’ve only gone wrong for us. They’ve gone very right for Pakistan. Islamabad has got exactly what it needs, and what it always wanted.

Consider what’s happening today. The operation in the tribal areas has stalled. The Taliban have sworn to back the Pakistan army against India. Troops have been moved to the Indian border. The incoming Obama administration is talking about appointing a special envoy for India and Pakistan.

And forget about acting against those who organised the Bombay attacks. Pakistan isn’t even willing to hand over Dawood Ibrahim or Masood Azhar. Moreover, Washington seems largely content with this state of affairs.

I don’t want to sound like a pessimist or a war-monger — especially since I have always applauded New Delhi’s moderation and restraint — but it is beginning to seem to me that Pakistan has out-manoeuvered both India and America.

M K Bhadrakumar writes at Asia Times Online:

By gently holding out the threat to the US that the Afghan operations would grievously suffer unless Washington restrained Delhi from precipitating any tensions on the India-Pakistan border, Islamabad seems to have neatly pole-vaulted over Rice to appeal straight to the Pentagon, where there is abiding camaraderie towards the Pakistani generals.

With Pakistan’s recalcitrance and Mullen’s veiled threat of reopening the Kashmir file, a sense of frustration is gripping Delhi. Pakistan has ignored India’s tough posturing. The faltering Indian security agencies, which have been in a state of appalling decline in recent years, seem to have failed to put together any hard evidence of a Pakistani involvement in the Mumbai attacks.

All indications are that Pakistan is not impressed by the Indian rhetoric. It seems to think Indian politicians are grandstanding in an election year. But, just in case Delhi may spring a surprise, Pakistani army chief General Ashfaq Kiani has warned that the armed forces would give an equal response “within few minutes” if India carried out any surgical military strikes. “The armed forces are fully prepared to meet any eventuality, and the men are ready to sacrifice for their country,” he reportedly said.

Just as we predicted, an all out war seems to have been averted and Indian media and officials are admitting defeat.

China, Saudi Arabia and Iran have come out strongly in the last couple of days which saw an intense diplomatic effort by all parties to make it clear to India that they not only remain unconvinced of Delhi’s allegations, but also that any attack could have serious consequences for India and the region as a whole.

Pranab Mukherjee was made to do an embarassing u-turn on India’s previous stance previously, admitting that terrorism – a global issue and not a bilateral one – should be fought jointly.

The Indian officials have also been made to back-track from their earlier claims of deploying troops along the border with Pakistan.

Times of India, December 22nd:
Even as India refused to take the military option off the table while asking Pakistan to rein in the terrorists, the Indian Army’s and IAF’s quick reaction teams (QRTs) were deployed along the borders in the Western Sector.

“Runways, hangars, main roads, ammunition stores and other sensitive places have been provided with additional cover. Sophisticated radars are installed at a few air bases and we are keeping watch on each and every cross-border activity,” said an IAF personnel.

Indian forces were on regular firing exercises at locations like Lathi Firing Range in Jaisalmer, Mahsan in Bikaner, Suratgarh and Ganganagar.

India Today, December 27th:
India has informed Pakistan that it has not engaged in any sort of troop build-up along the frontier

In response to the ‘deadline’ set by India and the threats from Sonia Gandhi and Pranab Mukherjee, Pakistan had gone on a diplomatic counter-offensive, briefing world powers and countries in the region on the deteriorating relations with India and the steps taken by it to address Indian concerns. Foreign Secretary Salman Bashir met ambassadors of the five permanent members of the UN Security Council — the US, Britain , China , France and Russia . He also met ambassadors of Italy , Japan , Germany , Saudi Arabia , Iran and Turkey soon after returning from France where he had gone for annual bilateral consultations. However, his most crucial meeting was with Indian High Commissioner Satyabrata Pal at the Foreign Office when he said that India should defuse tension.

Mr Pal was accompanied by his deputy Manpreet Vohra. The Indian side was categorically told that any ‘surgical strikes’ would be considered a declaration of war. India was urged to respond to Pakistan ’s proposal for joint investigation into the Mumbai attacks.

According to sources, the Indian diplomats looked sombre when they came out of the meeting.

As things stand, the possibility of war has been averted for now in which is being seen as a massive diplomatic victory for Pakistan.

This of course does not mean that we should let our guard down. In addition to the diplomatic counter-offensive, it was Pakistan Army’s seriousness that put India on the backfoot.

Once the realization set in that any further attempts to enter Pakistan Airspace will be punished severely by the PAF, the Indians had gone to plan B, with Mullen asking for a guarantee that PAF will not respond to Indian surgical strikes.

General Kiyani is said to have responded with showing Mullen a photograph of an IAF Mirage-2000 locked by Pakistan Air Forces’ F-16 taken on December 13th. ‘Next time, we’ll bring it down’, Mullen was told.

To make sure the message was loud and clear, Pakistan Air Force jets started patrolling the skies in hot mode and a red-alert was issued througout the country.

Failing to get that guarantee, the chance of an Indian strike was reduced significantly. For them it was never about a full war. A few surgical strikes on pre-agreed locations would have been enough to relieve some of the pressure the Indian Government faces domestically. Pakistan Army on the other hand made it clear that any action from India would be taken as a declaration of war, and the response would be swift and decisive.

India faces humiliation now on the diplomatic front having failed to achieve anything from this standoff.

In its attempts to isolate Pakistan by building what it saw as a definitive case, it is India that stands alone on the diplomatic front and is left with begging the Iranians and Chinese to put pressure on Pakistan.

We can now expect an intense and sustained terrorism campaign in Pakistani cities in an attempt to destabilize the country along ethnic / sectarian lines – New Delhi’s time-tested method.

On the diplomatic front India will be lobbying hard to have the ISI (and Pakistan Army) declared as terrorist organisations.

We can also not rule out another false flag attack in the next few weeks.

Pakistan needs to stay united.

Its not over yet.

 Courtesy: PKKH.


Admin’s comment: India as usual under-estimated Pakistan, by threatening Pakistani Govt. of dire consequences soon after the Mumbai operation was carried out. Pakistan luckily had a rather castrated set of people running the state of affairs at the presidency. They bowed down to Indian pressure and began pursuing the path to destruction on Indian dictation. Pretty soon however, Indian Airforce made the mistake of provoking the Pakistan Army, that was simply observing the whole drama from the pavillion. When provoked, Pakistan Army came to the rescue and thrust behind these bloody politicians and locked horns with Indian forces, which after witnessing Pakistani muscle couldn’t do much except wet their pants. This led to the final results of this whole drama causing the barking from Indian side to be silenced as their Defence Minister made a conclusive statement that has been discussed in the article above.

11 Responses to “Round one: India Knocked Out – Pakistan gets a “Flawless Victory”.”

  1. Congratulations for your flawless victory, after killing 200 innocents in India !
    But India’s loss has been more than compensated by the Israelies, latest score 370, against 200 in Mumbai.
    You barbarians have to turn rational for the innocents to stop paying with their live !

    • pakistanization Says:

      Dear Neel,

      Thanks for commenting here. The victory we’re talking about is that of the media war that was launched by India unilaterally, without any evidence. Pakistan’s diplomatic front and Media simply had to counter the offensive by proving India wrong, which it definitely was.

      Let me once again remind you that Pakistan was NOT behind the Mumbai attacks, the whole world has proved and advocated that. So stop calling us terrorists and fear the Hindu Terrorists that are being bred by RSS, Shiv Sena, Bajrang Dal and their mentor, your fascist, extremist and fundamentalist Hindu Political party BJP in your homeground.

      Also, those that died in the Mumbai attacks were Muslims too. Pakistan openly condemned the attacks, and clarified the fact that it was not involved. India always associates all its failures to Pakistan and ISI. So much for the self-proclaimed “super-power” of the region. Indians must not forget they’re not Americans and that Pakistan isn’t some kid that they can bully around whenever they want.

      As far as our being barbaric is concerned, apparently you’re too biased in your approach. More than 2,500 muslims were burnt alive in Gujrat, by none other than the terrorist activists of Narindra Modi. THAT my dear friend is barbarism. And to add to the shamelessness of Indian ignorance in the 21st century, more than 600 Christians were beaten to death and burned alive. Where were you Neel, when these acts of barbarism were carried out in your self-proclaimed “democracy”?

      What Israel is doing is condemnable and we condemn it to every extent. Regardless of who dies, human life is precious to us more than you think. And those who associate all the terrorism to Muslims have definitely turned a blind-eye to what the United States did in Afghanistan and Iraq.

      Shame on you Neel for comparing the deaths in Mumbai to the deaths in Gaza. And you think we’re the terrorists? You my dear friend have such hatred in your heart… and yet you have the courage to shamelessly justify it. tch tch. I request you to be more mature in future.

  2. One more indian terrorist supports terror. This is their real face “Neel123”. You are the real face of India. Thank you for showing us what you really think. May next time it be you. Ameen!


  4. “More than 2,500 muslims were burnt alive in Gujrat,”

    lie, but what to expect from a person full of hatred and superiority complex. hey u know what, u need a visa to go to bangladesh, tell that to kayani🙂

  5. dear pakistani brothers,
    firing of words from both sides does not bring a solution. I’m a hindu, i respect the islam too. I have learnt many good things from the teachings of islam and other religions.. brothers let me clear u one thing, it’s not pakistan Vs india, its all about terrorism who create a havoc between our relations. If india & pakistan are together, no country in the world will b powerful than us.. i apologise the remarks made by our poltical leaders, but the terrorists who are living in ur country should be hanged to death so that peace is all around.

  6. I have round two knockout on my blog…
    have a read

  7. What about the terrorist in your country amrith? Pooja ya chitta?

  8. kya gadhe ho tum log yaar!!!!!!!!!!!!! can’t u think something better than crime,terror and wars….. tabhi to taliban ne danda kar rakha hai!!!!![:)]… Everything should be achieved through negotiations!

  9. khalid Shafi Says:

    Dear Amrit brother, I wish you were right. But the events speak otherwise.
    India is at war with not just Pakistan. Its also supporting terrorism in Nepal, Ceylon, Bangladesh and within its own country against the untouchables and minorities like Muslims and Christians. Indian terrorist forces have murdered more than 100,000 Kashmiris, raped the women as a policy to demoralize the Muslims. This is an Israeli tactic. Your forces are trained by Israelis, who specializes in terror techniques. Israel is in India to neutralize the Pakistani nukes. Pakistan is a stumbling block in their agenda to take the whole world by their forelocks. You are not safe either. According to their mentality all the non-Jews are suppose to be slaves of the superior race i.e. Jews.
    However not all Jews think this way, especially those who follow ‘Torah’ . They are same as any other common people.
    Now what India has to understand is there is no way their dreams of greater Bharat is going to be realized. The World is broke financially. The only Nations that will survive this manufactured economic collapse is the nation that engineered this whole thing and the Arab Nations. When and if the war starts between India and Pakistan, the first thing that will be targeted is your industrial infrastructure. The investment companies are going to pack and leave India. Your shipping line for energy will be cut off. The Arabs/Iranians are not going to give you oil.
    But on the other hand if India and Pakistan forge an alliance, that will be a force to recon with. The key to this Alliance is Kashmir. Let the Kasmiris have their plebiscite which India promised at the U N O.

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