War tensions between India – Pakistan will continue?

At least two factors are thought to have influenced India’s position change. One was an election scheduled for May, in which Modi’s failure to avenge the death of Indian soldiers could cost him at the elections. The famous aggression of Indian television and social media networks may have prompted the government to take decisive action.

The second is the growing isolation of Pakistan. President Trump refused to provide hundreds of millions of dollars in security assistance because of Pakistan’s failure to curb militant groups to attack US forces in Afghanistan.

However, some analysts say the picture is getting darker.
The impact of India’s attack has yet to be determined. Indian officials suggested that they had targeted the supposed training facility used by Jaish-e-Muhammad. Pakistan declared an air raid on an uninhabited forest.

The next day, Pakistani fighters attacked Indian jets through Kashmir. During the gunfight, each party claimed to have shot down the aircraft of the other party.

Happymon Jacob, security expert and professor at Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi, said that the Indian side seemed surprised after their aircraft was shot down. According to Jacob, this is more like the action driven by the political situation before the election than the outcome of the military plan.

While no country has criticized Indian attacks, Jacob said that New Delhi would be wrong to see Pakistan completely isolated. Trump’s reconciliation efforts with the Taliban demand Pakistan’s cooperation in bringing leaders to the negotiating table.

With the anti-Indian attitude rising in Kashmir, the area is mostly Muslim, the Indian force is attacked again is only a late matter.

“Maybe in the next confrontation, we will see a military conflict instead of retaliation” said Professor Chellaney of the Strategic Research Center.

Pakistan will launch an anti-terrorism campaign, Former Pakistani Prime Minister N.Sharif was sentenced to 7 years in prison for corruption

Pakistan will launch an anti-terrorism campaign, Former Pakistani Prime Minister N.Sharif was sentenced to 7 years in prison for corruption

Pakistan will launch an anti-terrorism campaign in March 2019

According to Xinhua, the Pakistani government announced on December 26 that it will launch a campaign to fight terrorism and destroy terrorism targets nationally from March 2019.

Pakistani state secretary Shehryar Khan Afridi told the media that the government has decided to launch the National Action Plan, a comprehensive action plan to punish terrorists and support Counter-terrorism.

The announcement came after the assassination attempt was carried out on former senator and senior politician Syed Ali Raza Abidi, who was killed after being shot by an unknown terrorist in his house in Karachi. This is the fourth terrorist attack in Karachi within a month, raising serious concerns about the country’s anti-terrorism problems.

The Secretary of State said the government will also restore the National Terrorism Prevention Agency (NACTA), a national agency established to gather information dissemination and coordination among all relating institutions aimed at fighting terrorism and extremism.

Shehryar Khan Afridi said: “We will try to eliminate this type of issue from the country by joint efforts of all relevant institutions, including provinces and central government, and Those who want to destabilize the country will soon be identified “.

An anti-corruption court in Pakistan on 24 December sentenced former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to 7 years in prison for corruption charges.


According to the indictment, Mr. Sharif failed to prove the source of income to own a steel factory in Saudi Arabia.

Earlier, July 6, the same court sentenced him to 10 years in prison for corruption charges related to the purchase of luxury apartments in London. However, on September 19, the Supreme Court of Pakistan decided to postpone the execution of the sentence in July and allowed Mr Sharif to pay bail until a final decision was made.

Nawaz Sharif was deposed by the Pakistan Supreme Court in July 2017 with allegations of corruption, becoming Pakistan’s 15th prime minister “off the road”. The Supreme Court of Pakistan then banned a permanent ban on his election. Mr Sharif said the allegations were politically motivated.