In the early formative years Pakistan needed the military for defending its borders but now the military needs the country for its own existence.
The 1948, 58, 62-68, 73-77 and the ongoing wars, extrajudicial murders in Balochistan can only be described as colonial repression by military conquest. Comparisons continue to be made between the East Pakistan (Bangladesh) conflict and the 63-year-old conflict in Balochistan. The genocide in East Pakistan was a concentrated campaign as it was against high concentrations of population centres and geographically confined, while in Balochistan the population is small and scattered over a vast barren, mountainous and desert area, thereby dictating different tactics to achieve the same ends, a gradual genocide of the Baloch.
It is proved without doubt that India never attacked Pakistan, as pakistanis have been given to believe; instead it was Pakistan that always initiated all four wars.
And, Pakistan deliberately and knowingly, harbored Osama bin Laden. It is reported that an incident took place in Haripur some five to six years ago where ostensibly an Egyptian family of three women, a number of children and one or two men were involved in an altercation with police officials including shots being fired. An FIR was registered against them under section 302, etc, but within a few days was changed to some minor offences. The case was quickly decided with some financial penalties. The family was then moved to Abbottabad.
1. Khan Abdul Qayyum Khan sent the tribal lashkars into Kashmir to force Maharaja of Srinagar (Jammu & Kashmir) to accede to Pakistan in 1948. In the environs of Srinagar the lashkars began a spree of rape, looting and returning to their respective areas with truckloads of loot.
2. In 1965 Ayub Khan first tested pakistani military capability in the Rann of Kutch in India, a short limited skirmish over the Sir Creek unmarked border even today. This resulted into a full fledged war.
3. The 1971 war was also instigated by Pakistan when the military establishment in power at the time did not hand over power to the Awami League of Sheikh Mujib, while attacking the people of East Pakistan on their agitation against this injustice. It is alleged that three million people were killed, thousands of women raped and even babies brutally murdered. The Indian army was invited by the Awami League to save them from the genocide being perpetrated by the Pakistan Army.
4. In the Kargil episode after suffering another defeat, bodies of the Light Infantry Regiment based in Gilgit were not acknowledged as Pakistani COAS (Musharraf) claimed that these were Kashmiri guerrilla fighters and not Pakistani soldiers.