Bolden by a anti-Muslim and pro-Israel becoming president of United State – the first thing Indian army announced on January 21, that it’s planning to deploy recently received Russian 460 T-90MS tanks along border with Pakistan. This is to boost the existing 900 T-90s tanks to counter Pakistan ground attack.
India paid US$2 billion for the tanks.
Analysts say the significant increase in tank capability at the border indicates India is preparing to activate its Cold start doctrine if required.
The move comes after one month Indian Army Chief of Staff, Gen. Bipin Rawat threatened Pakistan saying if it did not stop Kashmiri Mujahideen attacking Indian soldiers along LoC (border between Indian occupied Kashmir and Pakistan federated Kashmir) – India will attack Pakistan.
In response to Rawal’s threat, Pakistan’s Defense Minister Khawaja Asif said: “Pakistan army is fully prepared to answer any misadventure of India. We have not made atomic device to display in a showcase. If a such situation arises we will use it and eliminate India.”
India had invaded Pakistan territory three times in the past – two times West Pakistan and one time East Pakistan in 1971. But since Pakistan developed nuclear deterrent in 1998, India has become a Giant with feet of clay.
India and Pakistan are both nuclear powers but Pakistan’s nukes are far better than Indian nukes.
India has world’s largest standing volunteer army. Last year it spent US$50.7 billion on its army – making it world’s 4th highest military spender after the US, China and UK. India has bought arms from Russia, America, Israel and France.
Pakistan’s military spending (US$7 billion) in 2016 was lowest in the region. United States was the sole arms supplier to Pakistan between 1960-2002. Since then, Pakistan has started buying advanced fighter jets and tanks from China.
Both the US and Israel collaborated with India during the break-up of Pakistan and establishment of Bangladesh.
India recognized the Zionist entity in secret in 1950. It opened its embassy in Tel Aviv in 1990. Since then, thanks to the Jewish Lobby India brought USA under its magic spell by posing to be the champion of democracy and secularism, and offering its huge economic market and IT expertise. It stepped up efforts to widen the gap between USA and Pakistan by singing the songs of Islamic bomb and cross border terrorism in Indian occupied Kashmir (IOK).
India which by then had become a full-fledged strategic partner of USA as well as of Israel, fully exploited the new rules framed by Washington on terrorism that were confined to the Muslim world only. It painted freedom struggle in IOK as terrorism and projected Pakistan as an abettor of terrorism. India undertook a false flag operation in New Delhi on Indian Parliament on December 13, 2001, just one month after the capture of Afghanistan.