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  1. In Topic: US costs soar 6 times for new war supply routes

    Posted 12 Apr 2012

    View Post Parsistani, on 07 April 2012 - 03:59 PM, said:

    According to new reports, Pakistan fears deisolation because of the depresence of US and so they opened their supply routes. US has already a new and better supply route through Central Asian Stans which are much cheaper for them than through Pakistan. If Pakistan don´t get money from US, Terrorism will be weakened, so the Taliban and Northern ALliance will finish them within 1 month and all those who speak the language of Taliban or support them. At the end only partition will be the result.


    How is it cheaper route when thats a much longer route than pakistan and as such more logistics are involved.
  2. In Topic: Fence and mine the border area of Afg and Pak to keep terrorists in idle

    Posted 24 Jun 2011

    Musharraf had made the same proposal to fence the border several years ago to stop cross border militants infiltration but the afghan nationalists rejected the proposal because they dont want to give legitamacy to the durand line border.
  3. In Topic: Afghan court overturns election results

    Posted 23 Jun 2011

    http://www. miamihera...n-drawdown.html

    Karzai welcomes Afghan drawdown plan as election woes re-emerge
    By HASHIM SHUKOOR
    McClatchy Newspapers
    KABUL, Afghanistan -- Afghan President Hamid Karzai on Thursday endorsed President Barack Obama's plan to withdraw 33,000 American troops from Afghanistan by the middle of next year, though his principal political rival questioned the government's ability to follow through.

    "We welcome this announcement and congratulate Afghans for taking control of their soil," Karzai said in a brief statement.

    He called the announcement a "good measure" for Afghanistan and the United States. "The withdrawal of foreign troops from Afghanistan shows that Afghan forces have become stronger. People tell me they now have greater confidence in the security forces," Karzai said.

    The leader of Afghanistan's opposition coalition, Abdullah Abdullah, also welcomed the drawdown announcement, but he used the opportunity to question the ability of Karzai's government to lead the nation.

    "One of the main reasons for past failures is incompetent, ineffective leadership in Afghanistan that missed golden opportunities," Abdullah said. "Our fear and concern is that we might miss other opportunities in the years ahead."

    Abdullah challenged Karzai in the 2009 presidential elections, and his barely veiled criticism of the president came the same day that a special tribunal set up in December ruled that 60 lawmakers who'd won seats in Afghanistan's 249-member parliament in September did so by fraud and should be disqualified.

    Most of those lawmakers are Karzai opponents, and it wasn't clear who'd replace them.

    More than 2,500 candidates sought seats in the Sept. 18 elections, but the allegations of fraud delayed the inauguration of the current parliament until January.

    In announcing the tribunal's decision, Chairman Sediqullah Haqiq called for prosecuting election workers and officials who he said had engaged in fraud.

    The tribunal's announcement seemed unlikely to end the dispute.

    A spokesman for the Independent Election Commission, Tabish Forogh, said that only the election commission could decide whether the elections were fraudulent. The commission already has said the vote was valid.

    "One point that I want to make is that the Independent Election Commission still stands firmly on its previous position," Forogh said.


    Candidates who'd been declared losers in the election hailed the tribunal's decision.

    "We proved to the world that there was fraud in the election and people's votes were stolen," said Moen Marastyal, a candidate from the northern province of Kunduz.

    Marastyal said he felt that way even though the tribunal hadn't named him a winner.

    Abdullah, who now leads the opposition Hope and Change coalition, denounced the tribunal.

    "The creation of the tribunal was illegal, and its decision is illegal, too," Abdullah said.

    Some lawmakers threatened street demonstrations if they were removed from office because of the tribunal's ruling.

    "Last year's elections were fair," said Fatima Aziz, a lawmaker from Kunduz whose election was declared fraudulent Thursday. "I do not trust the court's finding, and its decision is illegal."



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  4. In Topic: Discussion on Pak-Afg relation

    Posted 18 May 2011

    View Post Parsistani, on 15 May 2011 - 08:33 PM, said:

    There is no such thing like ''realiable'' source. The current figures are just estimates based on the 60s or from the Russian era in Afghanistan. I have an encyclopedia from 2001 where they figure Awghoos as 60% and Tajiks as 24% like we hadn´t produced more children. But fact is we are present in every province and in every city.


    Most tajiks live in the cities and its a fact that in the urban areas people usually have less children than their rural counterparts.
  5. In Topic: Imran to stage sit-in against NATO supplies

    Posted 24 Apr 2011

    http://timesofindia. ...how/8067335.cms

    NATO supply route blocked as Imran Khan leads 2-day sit-in

    ISLAMABAD: Thousands of people, led by Pakistani cricketer-turned politician Imran Khan, on Saturday blocked the main supply route for NATO troops in neighbouring Afghanistan to protest against the US drone strikes in the restive tribal regions.

    Several opposition and Islamist groups as wells as tribal elders have backed the protest led by Imran, the chief of Tehrik-e-Insaf party (justice movement).

    "I congratulate the people on the successful protest," Imran said
    , adding the people of Pakistan will continue to protest unless the US halts the strikes targeting the people.

    He demanded that the government shut down the NATO supplies through Pakistan.

    "Pakistan will not be made a servant of the United States," he said, asking the government to quit the US-led efforts to combat the terrorism.

    He said the anti-US protest will gain momentum in the coming days.

    Campaigners against the drone strikes from Waziristan region have also joined the protest, amid fast growing opposition to the US attacks.

    The protest comes just a day after two US drone aircraft rained missiles into North Waziristan tribal region which killed 25 people, including women and children, according to tribesmen in the region.

    The protestors blocked the Khyber Pass, the main supply route for NATO troops in the neighbouring Afghanistan, on the outskirts of Peshawar, the capital of Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa province.

    The protest forced the authorities to suspend for two days the supplies for nearly 150,000 US-led foreign forces.

    Officials said that nearly 70 per cent of NATO supplies are transported through Pakistan, the most risky but shorter supply route.

    Anger runs high in Pakistan against the US drone strikes in the Waziristan tribal region, which CIA considers as the base for al-Qaida and Afghan Taliban militants for planning attacks across the border into Afghanistan.

    Despite the public resentment and Pakistan's protest, the US administration has rejected any possibility to halt the drone strikes. The message was conveyed this month to the ISI chief, Lt Gen Ahmed Shuja Pasha, when he met with the CIA boss in the US

    Suspected militants regularly attack NATO trucks in Pakistan, which has also forced the US to sign agreements with Russia for alternate supply route.

    The protestors will continue the sit-in till Sunday and the organisers said they would announce future strategy at the conclusion of the protest.

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