The border tensions between India and China has given sleepless nights to Pakistan. The backing of Xi Jinping and his communist regime is one of the reasons why Pakistan remains chirpy in the subcontinental region and continuously tries to rile India. However, the face-off between battle-hardened Indian forces and the juvenile People Liberation Army’s (PLA) troops in Ladakh has sent out the message that China isn’t as powerful as it tries to project itself.
As a result, Pakistani Army has started running amuck with its tail between the legs. Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa has been so concerned by the developments that he wrote a letter to the Health Minister of Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) demanding 50 per cent reservation for soldiers in hospitals there.
“Please ensure 50% beds are kept reserved for Pakistan Army in all the hospitals in Azad Jammu & Kashmir all the time and maintain an adequate stock of blood in blood banks for emergency situation,” the Pakistan Chief of Army Staff wrote in his letter to Dr. Muhammad Najeeb Naqi Khan, the Minister of Health of PoK.
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PoK is the hotbed of terrorist activities and the nefarious country of Pakistan uses the region to recruit, train and send these operatives to India.
However the Indian forces and their response to Pakistan’s terror export from across the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir has been nothing but remarkably gallant which has broken the backbone of Hizbul Mujahideen and Jaish-e-Mohammad in Kashmir valley this summer.
32 terrorists killed in Jammu & Kashmir in June alone
According to a Jagran report, 32 terrorists have been killed in J&K in the month of June alone. At least 38 terrorists, including Riyaz Naikoo’s have been eliminated in the last two months.
Yesterday, three terrorists were gunned down in an encounter with security forces in Jammu and Kashmir’s Tral area. Pakistan sponsored terrorism has long disturbed the peace of the region but the Indian Army, CRPF and the state police together have been on a rampage this year.
The developments in the valley and Ladakh has sent a stern message to Pakistan which has been forced to crawl back into its burrow.
India’s little aggression has gone a long way in making Pakistan realise that if it tries to come up with any other sinister plans then it will be shown its place, just like China has been.