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Why is Pakistan trying to surround the Iran? | Special Report

Why is Pakistan trying to surround the Iran? | Special Report


29 / 09 / 2021 Report 254

A statement issued by the Pakistan Army Public Relations confirmed the Balochistan Liberation Front's attack on the army.  However, as usual, the Pakistani army showed in a reducing its losses and cover up his failure to tackle with the freedom fighters.  There, he accused the attack of taking place across the border, from Iranian-administered western Balochistan.

According to the ISPR lie, a shot was fired from western Balochistan and an FC official was killed.

A statement from the Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF) said that as usual, Baloch sarmachars got a Pakistani army evacuation front at night and waited for the enemy. When they arrived, they were attacked by Baloch freedom fighters, killing three on the spot, while another fell into the river after being shot.

According to Major Gwahram, spokesman for the Balochistan Liberation Front, the attack took place at the site of the Black Mountain in Chukkap Kaur, targeting border fencing personnel.

The ISPR said in a statement that FC official Maqbool Shah was killed and another was injured in the firing.

The statement added that Iranian officials had been notified of the incident

According to Dawn News, Pakistan and Iran share a 959 km long border. Officials of the two countries met last month and border issues were discussed during a meeting of the Standing Border Committee.

The meeting between the two countries' officials took place in the Iranian town of Mir Java, near the border with Taftan in Chaghi District.

A similar meeting took place in June, during which it was decided to increase security between Taftan and Mirjava on the Pak-Iran border in the run-up to Iran's presidential election.

Why does Pakistan want to increase pressure on Iran?

From its inception, Pakistan has been a more organized military power than any other country in the region with the help of British colonialism, taking advantage of this, the army is not only subordinating other institutions within the country but is also working secretly to subjugate other countries in the region. Since the Pakistani military also operates as a professional mercenary army in the world, the proxies of Arab countries against Iran are also subordinate to the Pakistani military.

Pakistan is gradually coming out against Iran. In the past, Pakistan used to deceive Iran into friendship, but now it is openly making harsh allegations against Iran. Pakistan did the same against Afghanistan.

A large part of the state of Pakistan has historically been based on the land of Afghanistan and Balochistan rather than the land acquired from the partition of India. Balochistan has been a part of Iran in the past before the establishment of its independent government. Baloch is an ethnic Iranian nation whose millennial civilization has its roots in Iran. The Shahnameh Ferdowsi and Shahnameh Habibullah Nobakht Shirazi mention the Baloch people who migrated from central Iran (Burz Koh or Alborz) to present-day Balochistan in different periods due to resentment with the Sassanid rulers.

Even during the Goldsmith Line, which was a forcible demarcation by British colonialists, an agreement was reached between Khan Baloch (Khan Kalat) and the Iranian authorities that Baloch living on both sides would be allowed to move freely across the border.

Even before the migration of war victims from East Balochistan to West Balochistan, the Pakistan Army and ISI had a keen eye on Iran's military installations and the activities of the Revolutionary Guards in Iran. A network of spies has been set up in which besides Punjabi laborers, local Baloch instrumentalists have also been recruited. In addition, Pakistani military officials try to obtain information about the activities of the IRGC from travelers traveling across the border.

Sipah Pasdaran camp in Pasabandan, Military port under construction in Gwatr, construction activities of Iranian army around Nigwar district of western Balochistan are on Pakistani army radar about which the reporter of Radio Zrumbesh was told many times by the businessmen and travelers who traveled on the border. They said they were discovered by Pakistani intelligence during a border trip about Iran's military bases. Although some of these projects are still in the early stages and there is no concrete information about them at the local level, Pakistani military agencies have gathered a lot of information about them through their deep influence.

The issue of Baloch refugees in Afghanistan and Iran

To evacuate the settlements along the CPEC route in East Balochistan, the Pakistani army carried out a series of military aggression against them, forcibly disappearing unarmed people, desecrating women, and sexually abusing women and children in some villages. Also, military outposts were set up inside the settlements and people were constantly harassed and forced to migrate.

The main objective of the Pakistan Army is to eradicate the Baloch settlements along the CPEC route so that the Baloch living here in the future do not become a problem for them but Pakistan and its CPEC partner do not want to bear the burden of their resettlement. Therefore, millions of people living on this route have become internally displaced persons (IDPs) and are living on the outskirts of Balochistan's cities, while hundreds of families have migrated to western Balochistan where they have their ancestral lands.

Thousands have also migrated from Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan to Afghanistan in the past due to Pakistani military offensives. Pakistan conspired against them and accused them of attacking the Pakistani army. This was used as an excuse to fence the Durand Line, and now most of the Goldsmith Line fencing has been completed.

In the same way that Pakistan has not stopped blaming Afghanistan despite the fence, it is also constantly trying to put pressure on Iran. Just as Pakistani proxies targeted and killed Baloch refugees in Afghanistan, so did many political activists and Baloch refugees in western Balochistan.

Pakistan has recently blamed an alleged Iranian national living in Chabahar for the suicide attack in Gwadar. But what has been claimed is a clear lie. The youths, who were arrested from Kech district after being implicated in the attack, were earlier detained by the Pakistani army from Gwadar. The record of their arrest is available in the media However, his false statement against Iran was exposed as a facilitator of suicide bombers.

Earlier, Kulbhushan Yadav was also accused of plotting against the Iranian government and the Baloch movement at the same time.  Kulbhushan Yadav came in contact with drug traffickers during his Navy service. It is common in the drug trade in Balochistan that they mortgage "people" as collateral during a transaction, which is released after receiving the money. Balochistan police have consistently shown arrests of non-residents who are handed over to the law when the deal is completed so that their repatriation can be arranged.

Kulbhushan also fell into the hands of drug dealers as a result of a deal from which the Pakistani military acquired him and used him against Iran to weaken Iran under regional pressure with international sanctions.

A video has recently surfaced in which FC officials have threatened to infiltrate Iran in front of Iranian IRGC personnel.

In backing the Taliban in Afghanistan and pressuring the Afghan government to comply with its illegitimate demands, Pakistan made several clever moves that ultimately succeeded in the fall of Kabul. From which Pakistan now considers itself to be the most powerful and secure of the neighboring countries in the region. Successive Pakistani military allegations against Iran also raise fears that Pakistan will harm Iran in the coming days by using religious extremists. And its political presence in the region by occupying western Balochistan, while the Arab countries are also interested in weakening Iran, which will sponsor Pakistan for this campaign in the same way as they did when Pakistan invaded Afghanistan. As other anti-Iranian countries have recently befriended Israel, Pakistani officials have also paid a secret visit to Israel, which could side with Pakistan against Iran in the coming days.

The worrying thing in this entire situation is that Iran is alone in the region and internationally. Its global and regional allies are also unclear about Pakistan, while China stands behind Pakistan. But Iran has been keeping a close eye on the situation for decades. He is by no means oblivious to Pakistan's initiatives but there are instances where states are forced to compromise on a small interest or the interest of another for their own larger interest. Pakistan wants to sway Iran to the point where it can enforce its illegitimate demands. If Iran does not show flexibility in this matter, Pakistan will not shy away from any military adventure shortly, which Iran will need the help of a friendly country to deal with this new crisis in the region. Support it in dealing with it and such an expectation can only be made at present from India which has a mixed record of immediate and fruitful action and it is certain that it will not help Iran without the consent of the United States