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Cross-border Fighter Jet Clashes Pakistan and India Going To War Again

Prime Minister Imran Khan recently met the President of the U.S. Donald Trump at the White House and each premiers had roaring dialogues. throughout the talks on varied matters, Imran Khan spoken the matter that nobody would suppose he would; that was the long-standing dispute of occupied geographical region. Surprisingly, Trump claimed that even the Indian Prime Minister Modi asked him to mediate on geographical region issue, that was met with intense outrage from Bharat. They denied their Prime Minister creating such statements.

However, once this event, news has emerged that’s very ominous. Sources say that matters has het up in geographical region and an extra twenty five,000 Indian troops are deployed within the occupied geographical region over the already ten,000 gift, that arrived there every week before. they need been stationed to numerous elements of geographical region. Moreover, things have positively taken a heavy flip because the Indian government has placed their army together with their Air Force on high alert. it’s being reported that one thing huge is on the point of happen once Assumption or even even before that.

Everyone is questioning what could have been going in the occupied Kashmir that they needed to place Army and Air Force on high alert?

Pakistan must be prepared for any sudden attack by India…
They are escalating for no apparent reason…this is crazy…. pic.twitter.com/x8GlUHmuhM

— Zaid Hamid (@ZaidZamanHamid) August 2, 2019

A Twitter Thread Suggests A Possibility Of Intense Conflict Between Pakistan And India That Could Be Hinting Towards A Full-Blown War In The Future?

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The authenticity of this thread has been confirmed by Zaid Hamid, who suggested that the information below seems credible.

Pakistan Armed Forces have initiated limited mobilisation and alert levels for the Pakistan Air Force and Pakistan Army, following meeting of JCSC yesterday. Indian Army and Air Force have followed suit.#PakArmy #Kashmir #Article35A #India #IAF #PAF

— Waleed Parwez Choudhry (@WaleedPChoudhry) August 2, 2019

“Article 35A and Article 370 are two such articles in the Constitution of India that provide special rights and privileges to the permanent residents of J&K and grant special status to the State of Jammu and Kashmir.”

It is being rumored that the existence of article 35 A might be removed and with the additional deployment of Indian soldiers might bear bad news for Kashmiris and Pakistan.

This comes after Indian government shifted more than 35,000 extra troops to Kashmir amid rumours of scrapping of Article 35A.
Tension has gripped Kashmir in fear of major escalation.#PakArmy #Kashmir #Article35A #India

— Waleed Parwez Choudhry (@WaleedPChoudhry) August 2, 2019

This was revealed after another serious incident, where it is being reported that India and Pakistan’s Barrier Combat Air Patrol (BCAPS) came close to each other more than once in less than 5 hours. This seems intense and it is likely that the situation between both forces is escalating.

This comes after yesterday’s event in which BARCAPS of India and Pakistan came face to face at more than one instance in less than 5 hours in which at least once one Indian jet spiked a Pakistani jet. #Kashmir #India #Pakistan #PAF #IAF

— Waleed Parwez Choudhry (@WaleedPChoudhry) August 2, 2019

If this information is authentic then India does seem to be trying to initiate war with Pakistan by causing major conflicts. Nuclear war is off the table and would do irreversible damage that no other country would want even. India needs to reconsider their moves and consider productive dialogues over extreme measures. India’s war-mongering needs to end for good.

Since this morning more than 10 separate people have confirmed to me that Pakistani intelligence, with most Pakistani civil and military leadership concurring, that India will carry out incendiary and escalatory measures after 15 August, possibly even before. #Kashmir #Article35A

— Waleed Parwez Choudhry (@WaleedPChoudhry) August 2, 2019

Chilling, alarming and panicky!

Wouldn’t call it face to face. But both CAP teams knew the enemy team was closing in and still didn’t break off. That’s kind of….. chilling? Since both teams controllers didn’t tell them to back off. Tells something about aerial ROE over Kashmir regarding PAF and IAF

— Waleed Parwez Choudhry (@WaleedPChoudhry) August 1, 2019

Hopefully, the heat dies down and both countries celebrate their independence day with the same zeal and excitement as every year while the suffering of Kashmiris lessens instead of escalating.

Sir @ZaidZamanHamid They are trying Pakistan’s patience. They will get nothing but dust and blood.
Pakistan Zindabaad
Labbaik #Ghazwaehind https://t.co/zzvudXcFxn

— Waleed Parwez Choudhry (@WaleedPChoudhry) August 2, 2019

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