MC, PTI announce Assembly seats division
RAWALINDI—Muslim Conference (MC) and Pakistan Tehreek Insaaf (PTI) on Monday announced division of 17 AJK Assembly seats out of total 29.
The announcement was made jointly in a presser here by MC and PTI chiefs Sardar Attique Ahmed Khan and Barrister Sultan Mehmood Chaudhry. According to the seats division formula six seats went to MC while 11 to PTI.
Decision about remaining 12 seats was left open. Frantic electoral contest is expected between PML-N plus JKPP and the combine of MC and PTI. AJKPP is putting up its candidates for all 29 seats.
AJK parliament comprises Assembly [29 seats] and Kashmir Council [12 seats, six indirectly elected and six nominated from among parliament of Pakistan]. died on April 26. Zafar Akbar Butt along with Sikh leader Narender Singh Khalsa attended the condolence meeting held in memory of Amanullah Khan.
Paying glowing tributes to Amanullah Khan, Zafar the continued detention of Mohammad Yasin Malik and said that the re-arrest of Yasin Malik had again exposed the real face of India. Sikh leader, Narender Singh Khalsa also paid tributes to Amanullah Khan.— KMS Cold Start doctrine and Islamabad focussing on developing Tactical Nuclear weapons (TNW) also known as a non-strategic nuclear weapon.
To quote India Today; the goal of the Cold War doctrine, “is to establish the capacity to launch a retaliatory conventional strike against Pakistan that would inflict significant harm on the Pakistan Army before the international community could intercede. And at the same time, pursue narrow enough aims to deny Islamabad a justification to escalate the clash to the nuclear level. According to the Cold Start Doctrine, Battle Groups will be well forward from existing garrisons.
India’s elite strike forces will no longer sit idle waiting for the opportune moment, giving Pakistan the luxury of time.” The Tactical nuclear weapon devised by Pakistan is seen as a deterrent against the Cold Start. These small nuclear weapons easily transportable can be used in battlefields, and some of them have the potential of causing greater destruction. This could spark a fullfledged nuclear war between India and Pakistan. It is high time for the world to rise to the clarion call and save the sub-continent from a nuclear holocaust.
—Courtesy: Greater Kashmir