Pakistan’s most persecuted minority, the Hazaras of Quetta have exposed the ugly face of country’s so-called democratic dispensation. As against the perception created by media about Army’s negative role in Balochistan, Hazaras have demanded once again that in order to save them from extinction, Quetta should be taken over by the Army. This can be the … More Hazaras expose the ugly side of Pakistani democracy…..
HUSSAIN SAQIB Pakistan’s populist Supreme Court is seized with the issue of insurgency in Balochistan. Every word of observations that the honorable judges utter during the proceedings turns into music for anti-Pakistan media. It is the very same media which has launched campaign against Pakistan in general and its security forces in particular. The basis … More BLA is a veritable arm of Indian establishment…..
Hussain Saqib Pakistan’s history of 1971 is now repeating itself in Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtun Khawah (KPK) provinces. The only difference is that in 1971, it was Mukti Bahni, now it is BLA, TTP and their various offshoots. These outfits are made of Kao-boys who are out to carry out the notorious Kao Plan of … More Beware Pakistan; TTP terrorists and Baloch insurgents are India’s Kao-boys….
Idea in the modern day warfare is an effective weapon. Before winning a war in the battlefield, armies must win the war of perceptions and effectively counter baseless and negative propaganda. Pakistani army lost this war in East Pakistan but now it cannot afford a defeat in Balochistan. In Balochistan, it has to fight a … More Balochistan insurgency; The Army will have to win the war of perceptions….
Hussain Saqib It is now official; Pakistan’s electronic media and its well-paid anchors were active, willing and, possibly, paid partners of the foreign agencies working day and night to malign Pakistan’s security agencies on the issue of missing persons. And the so-called Human Rights activists don’t want to be left behind. They have been running an … More Missing persons of Balochistan: A joint venture of RAW and some Pakistani liberals and media people…