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The Indian army killed the leader of the anti-government army, and before they had time to celebrate victory, Pakistani countermeasures came.

The Indian army killed the leader of the anti-government army, and before they had time to celebrate victory, Pakistani countermeasures came.

Since India unilaterally canceled the autonomy of India-controlled Kashmir, the resulting consequences have not only erupted in serious riots, but also stimulated the desire of local rebels to attack the Indian army. Since this year, the Indian army has lost dozens of soldiers in the conflict with Muslim militants in the Kashmir region, making this area the most dangerous area for the Indian army to perform duties.

A few days ago, in Srinagar in the Indian-controlled Kashmir region, Saiflah, the commander of the “Islamic Mujahideen”, an armed organization in the region, was killed in an encounter with the Indian army. It is reported that the armed group has been taking the lead in armed resistance in the Indian-controlled Kashmir area to resist Indian occupation of the area.

This is not the first time that the commander of the armed group was killed by the Indian army. In May of this year, the commander of the Islamic Jihadist armed forces Naigu was also killed by the Indian army in an encounter. After Seifra took over the armed organization, he continued to confront the Indian army in the Indian-controlled Kashmir region until he was killed in this encounter.

In fact, many armed groups in the Indian-controlled Kashmir region have always opposed New Delhi’s jurisdiction over the region. Especially after the Modi government abolished the autonomy of the region and carried out a bloody suppression of demonstrators in the region, local rebels attacked the Indian army and police forces more frequently.

The anti-government forces in the Indian-controlled Kashmir area have not only caused the Indian army to lose its troops for a long time. At the same time, these armed groups have also recently carried out a raid on the Indian army’s transportation line in the area and destroyed an Indian army storing cold-proof materials and ammunition The warehouses caused great troubles for the supplies of Indian troops stationed in the border areas of the east and west.

Although the Indian army killed the commander of the Islamic Jihadist organization this time, this does not mean that this armed organization will be scattered from the ground up. Their new commander will soon appear to lead the Islamic armed group to continue fighting the Indian army in the area.

When India is currently caught in a crisis of out of control of the epidemic, economic recession, and border tensions, it has undoubtedly given the Indian-controlled Kashmir rebels a rare opportunity to launch more attacks. Therefore, the new commander of the Islamic Mujahideen may launch a more violent attack on the Indian army in order to avenge his killed predecessor.

In addition, in order to counter New Delhi’s abolition of the autonomy of the Indian-controlled Kashmir region, a number of political parties in the region have recently announced an alliance to counter New Delhi’s attempts to occupy the region. Therefore, the Indian army’s killing of the commander of the rebels is not a victory, but may be the beginning of new trouble.

Obviously, India outrageously abolished the autonomy of the Indian-controlled Kashmir region and tried to take the territories disputed with the Pakistani railway as its own. It angered not only the local political parties and various rebels, but also There is the Pakistan Railway, which has always claimed sovereignty over the area.

Therefore, after the death of Saifla, the Indian army had no time to celebrate the victory, and Pakistan’s countermeasures followed. However, the Pakistan Railway did not resort to military countermeasures this time, but adopted another method to make India pay a huge price for its territorial expansion ambitions on the issue of territorial ownership.

Reuters reported that Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan recently stated that the Pakistani government should grant the region the status of a temporary province in response to the “long-term request” of the Pakistan-controlled Kashmir Bortistan region. 

In response, the spokesperson of the Indian Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated that New Delhi “resolutely opposes Pakistan’s attempts to bring substantial changes to parts of India’s illegally and forcibly occupied territory”.

Obviously, Pakistan Railway has done a better job than India. It is also a controversial area. India cancelled the autonomy of the Indian-controlled Kashmir region last year, and Pakistan’s vote is obviously much larger. Simply let this disputed area with India directly become a Pakistani ” Temporary Province”.

In fact, the Indian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, rather than protesting this move by the Pakistani Railways, might as well ask the Modi government for the purpose of abolishing the autonomy of India-controlled Kashmir. After all, if the Modi government did not abolish the autonomy of India-controlled Kashmir, there would be no such “temporary province” in Pakistan.

Regarding this counterattack by the Pakistan Railways, although India is furious, it can only do nothing. The reason is simple. In recent years, India has not taken any advantage in the border conflict with Pakistan Railway. 

What’s more, the border military confrontation between India and its neighboring countries in the north is still continuing, and the Muslim rebels in the Indian-controlled Kashmir region are also continuing their fight against India, allowing India to free up more troops and resources to deal with the Pakistan Railway. Countermeasure.

Of course, India can imitate the Pakistan Railway to turn the Indian-controlled Kashmir region into a “temporary state”, but it must pay a greater price. 

After all, although the Indian army killed the commander of the Islamic Jihadist armed group, this does not mean that the Indian-controlled Kashmir area will cease to exist. 

Once India does turn the region into a “temporary state”, it will inevitably trigger a backlash from various parties and armed organizations in the region, and as a result, India will fall into a more passive situation.

This shows that while India is still in the quagmire of armed conflict with the rebels, the Pakistani railway has turned the Pakistan-controlled Kashmir region into its “temporary province”.

This is undoubtedly another fatal problem for India, which is mired in internal and external troubles. The Modi government paid its due price for its territorial expansion ambitions.

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