It is reported that people were seen moving towards Indian border and they had cover fire.
Soldiers were killed on the Indian side and a soldier was beheaded.
Refuting all the allegations, Pakistan stated that India is building Hysteria and is also building bunkers,
Pakistan forced by India made a Flag meeting.
A 45 minutes discussion between the Commanders was reported to be heated and Indian Chief is reported to have stated that ‘India reserved the right to retaliate”
What is behind the Pakistani move?
It is curious that the Pakistani Media is not vociferous on this issue till now.
1.Zardari is facing the sword of the Supreme Court.
2.Elections in Pakistan is around the corner.
3.Zardari stressed the importance of the Army in conducting the Elections, while the Opposition is against it.
4.Days before Zardari’s statement a news item was leaked to the effect that Fundamentalism had emerged as Pakistan’s number one priority and not India.
5..The Army,ISI is smarting for being sidelined. they feel let down post Osama killing.
Zardari needs Pakistan Army and Army him,
The Long march :
“Tehrik-i-Minhajul Quran (TMQ) chief Tahirul Qadri on Sunday led thousands of supporters at the start of his long march on the capital Islamabad, demanding key reforms before the upcoming elections.
Hundreds of cars, buses and trucks carrying around 7,000 people left Model Town in the city of Lahore, expected to grow in number as they pass through towns and villages en route to Islamabad, accompanied by a heavy security presence.
Qadri accuses the government of being corrupt and incompetent, and argues that Pakistan must enact “meaningful” reforms before general elections, which are scheduled to be held within eight weeks after parliament disbands in mid-March.
Speaking prior to kicking off what he termed his “march for democracy”, Qadri accused the Punjab provincial government of impounding buses and detaining drivers in their efforts to hamper the protest.
Qadri, however, vowed to lead the march to the federal, and urged supporters to join him despite all hindrances.
“This is a march for protection of human rights, elimination of poverty, supremacy of constitution, rule of law and end of corruption,” he said, urging transporters who were not being issued permits and licenses to participate without the provincial government’s approval.
Qadri’s march comes amid widespread demonstrations in major Pakistani cities in solidarity with the victims of a series of gruesome bombings in Quetta on Thursday. The relatives of the victims, mostly from the minority Hazara Shia community, have refused to bury the dead as long as the Army takes control of the city, which is the provincial capital of Balochistan….
What better way to divert attention of the people of pakistan than to call Indian bogey?
Looks like another Kargill is in the offing.