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Pak army prepares to tackle strong condemnation from India after Pathankot attack

04, Jan 2016 By Sandeep Kadian

Islamabad: After the attack on Pathankot Air Base by Pakistan based terrorists, Pakistan Army has issued a red alert and asked all its soldiers to prepare themselves for all round condemnation by India. anti condemnation

On the morning of 2nd of January, a group of heavily-armed Pakistani terrorists, struck at an Air Force base in Pathankot in Punjab, leading to a fierce battle which is still going on as per latest reports. With all fingers pointing at Pakistan’s ruler, Raheel Sharif, Pakistan army is bracing themselves up to face the expected condemnation.

Speaking to Faking News over the phone, Pakistan Army’s spokesperson said, “Even though the terror attack is still on, we are just being proactive and preparing ourselves for the usual assault of condemnation from Indian politicians once this attack is over.We have lost men in the past to this condemnation and we don’t want that to repeat.”

“We have provided each soldier with an English to Urdu dictionary so that they can understand the ‘strong words’ being used by Indian politicians. Further, we have also equipped them with Anti-Condemnation guns that can be used to fight back this expected wave of condemnation”, he went on to add.

When we asked them why aren’t they distancing themselves from the terrorists calling them non-state actors, the Pak spokesperson replied, “People are more likely to believe Nawaz Sharif runs Pakistan than that excuse so we have abandoned that defense for now.”

Pakistan was spared the usual strong condemnation immediately after the attack as this time a large section of Indians were busy condemning ‘bhakts’ instead of Pakistan.

Meanwhile, as per sources, Indian Home Minister has planned to surprise Pakistan Army by promising a ‘befitting reply’ instead of condemning the attack. “This promise of befitting reply will catch the Pakistan Army unawares and all their preparation will be wasted”, confided a Home Ministry source.