Baloch Republican Army (BRA) spokesman Sarbaz Baloch called Pakistani media outlets from an unknown location and took responsibility for the bombing
While it is unlikely the Centre will take the final decision before the Supreme Court decides the fate of Article 35A, the nationwide sentiment following the Pulwama terror attack may pressure the Narendra Modi government to do something drastic on Monday after the apex court resumes work and takes a stand on the regime considered discriminatory across the country outside the Kashmir valley
On Monday the Supreme Court will decide whether an illegally inserted provision in the Indian constitution, Article 35A, that passed off as legal for decades can continue to enjoy a safe ride, for all its discriminatory provisions
Burfat dissociated his community from the Pakistan establishment, assuring they would not help the Pak army with “even a glass of water”.
Sources said 100 companies or 15,000 para-military personnel deployed on Friday to keep the Valley under control when India initiates action. It was for this reason that the separatists like Yasin Malik and some 30 other Jamaat-i-Islami leaders were arrested on Friday night. Many others have been put under house arrest
The ‘thousand cuts’ policy of Pakistan, formulated in Staff College, Quetta, had not met with an effective Indian counter so far, thanks to the listlessness of successive governments we had in the past. India seems to have changed its mind in this regard since the Pulwama terror attack. India is now formulating and executing an integrated policy of a thousand squeezes against Pakistan — diplomatic, economic, strategic and military.
Plunderers like the Umayyads, Muhammad Ghori, Muhammad of Ghazni and Tamerlane mercilessly looted this nation and claimed they killed crores of people for the sake of jihad; the recorded message of the suicide bomber of Pulwama furthers the same vile philosophy