Article: Armed forces and Pakistan’s ability to take the fight back to enemy’s territory


Sheikh Abdul Moomin

Pakistan has long been seen as a country that is constantly under threat from its enemies, both foreign and domestic. However, in recent years, Pakistan has shown its ability to take the fight back to the enemies’ territory, whether it is in the form of terrorism or other forms of aggression. Pakistan’s ability to take the fight back to its enemies can be seen in a number of ways. The country has taken strong measures to combat terrorism, both within its borders and outside of them. Pakistan’s military and intelligence agencies have worked closely with their counterparts in other countries to track down and eliminate terrorists who have threatened Pakistan’s security and stability.
In addition to its efforts against terrorism, Pakistan has also demonstrated its ability to respond effectively to other forms of aggression. In February 2019, Pakistan successfully shot down two Indian fighter jets that had entered Pakistani airspace. The incident occurred after armed resistance fighters attacked a military convoy in Indian occupied Kashmir, for which India blamed Pakistan. Pakistan denied any involvement in the attack and warned India against any military action. When India did launch a retaliatory strike, Pakistan responded quickly and decisively, sending a clear message that it was not afraid to defend itself.
Pakistan’s ability to take the fight back to its enemies is also evident in its foreign policy. Pakistan has long been a key player in the region, and it has used its diplomatic leverage to counter the influence of its enemies. The country has worked closely with China to counter the growing influence of India in the region. Pakistan has also maintained close ties with other countries in the region, such as Iran and Afghanistan, to ensure that it is not isolated in the face of growing threats.
Pakistan’s ability to take the fight back to its enemies can be seen in its economic development. Despite facing significant challenges, such as poverty and unemployment, Pakistan has managed to maintain a steady rate of economic growth. This growth has been fueled by a number of factors, including investments in infrastructure and the development of a robust private sector. By focusing on economic development, Pakistan has been able to strengthen its position both domestically and internationally, making it more resilient in the face of external threats.
Through a combination of military, diplomatic, and economic measures, Pakistan has been able to counter the threats it faces from its enemies, whether they are terrorists or other forms of aggression. While challenges remain, Pakistan’s determination to defend itself and protect its people is unwavering, and it will continue to take the fight back to its enemies as necessary.
The ability of taking the fight back to the enemy’s land is all because of the armed forces of this country. The army institution of Pakistan is a vital component of national security and defense. It comprises highly trained and disciplined personnel who are dedicated to safeguarding their nation’s sovereignty and territorial integrity. One of the key strengths of any army institution is its ability to maintain peace and stability within the country. The army of this country serves as a vital tool in maintaining law and order and ensuring the safety and security of citizens.
In addition, the army institution of Pakistan is responsible for defending the country against external threats. The army’s strategic planning and readiness are crucial in ensuring the nation’s security and stability, the example of which we saw on 27 February 2019 on the Line of Control.
The army institution of Pakistan has always contributed to the economic development of the country by providing job opportunities, both directly and indirectly, and contributed to the overall development of the nation’s infrastructure. The army also provides support in various developmental projects, such as building roads, bridges, and other essential facilities. Moreover, the army institution often serves as a source of inspiration and motivation for citizens. The selfless sacrifice and dedication of soldiers are highly respected and valued by citizens, and their commitment to their nation is a source of pride for the entire country.

(The author hails from Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir and is currently doing BS in English)

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