Pakistan is preparing its frontiers for a possible war with India amid looming rhetorics by New Delhi. The terror group Jaish-e-Muhammed chief has also warned Pakistan’s PM Imran Khan not to make any compromises with the Indian side.
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Indian media group has received two official documents, one by the Pakistani military based in Balochistan and another a notice sent to local administrations in PoK, which says that the neighbouring country has begun preparations for war with India.
In view of the possibility of a war with India, Pakistan army based in Headquarters Quetta Logistics Area (HQLA) in Quetta Cantonment wrote to Jilani Hospital to arrange and plan for medical support on 20th February.
The letter addressed to Jilani hospital’s Abdul Malik by one Asia Naz, force commander, HQLA, said: “In case of emergency war on the eastern front, Quetta logistics area is expected to receive injured soldiers from civil and military hospitals of Sindh and Punjab. After initial medical treatment, these soldiers are planned to be shifted from military and civil public sector to the civil hospital in Balochistan till the period of availability of beds in CMHs (civil-military hospitals).”
“The Logistics Area has a comprehensive medical support plan encompassing all military and civil hospitals in the province. In case of an eventuality besides bed expansion of the military hospital, civil hospitals have already been assigned the responsibility to reserve and earmark 25% of their bedding capacity for the injured soldiers”, the letter said.
The letter ended with the line saying, “We have received an overwhelming response from all over Pakistan and anticipate the same from Balochistan.”
The letter also advised residents that they should avoid unnecessary lighting at night to take “safe routes whenever commuting” besides avoiding congregation. “Those residing near the LoC and (those who) do not have bunkers should get one made immediately,” the letter added. The local administration has also been directed to advise inhabitants to avoid unnecessary travel near the Line of Control.
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