Pak rains rocketsWhere were these hypocrites when rockets fell on India- sitting in their ivory towers sipping blood of Indian people (they call it champagne) and pontificating. I say balls to "Aman ki Asha" and say yes to, more "INSAS ka Tamasha" for the jihadis living next to us. Also, this peace-shit is for wimps and the weak, naPakistanis need us more than we do. What have they to offer apart from rabid population bred on hatred for non muslims and suicide bombers, let them stew in their own juices.
Yudhvir Rana, TNN, 10 January 2010, 04:59am IST
AMRITSAR/NEW DELHI: Panic swept through villages around Attari in Punjab early on Saturday after six rockets slammed in from across the border.
No one was injured as the shells landed in open fields and a few rockets failed to explode.
‘‘Around midnight, six rockets were fired from the Pakistan side, of which two fell near the border outpost. We heard 2-3 explosions,’’ BSF IG Himmat Singh said.
Two rockets fell on the Kahangarh post where 35 BSF personnel are deployed, but did not explode. The BSF retaliated with artillery and mortar fire.
Two rockets each were found in Atalgarh and Modhay villages after the fog lifted. The rockets had exploded after hitting fields. One rocket hit the farm of Surjit Singh in Atalgarh, while in Modhay, one was found at the farm of Lakha Singh.
Saturday’s attack near Attari in Punjab was the third such attack since Pakistan constructed additional fortified concrete bunkers and new observation towers close to the border in Punjab and J&K.
Pakistan has reportedly built 19 new bunkers and 39 observation towers in the past seven months.
While three rockets were fired on July 5 last year, five rockets fired by the Pakistani forces crashed into Modhay, Dhoneya Khurd, Rattan Kallan and Dalekey villages in September....
Sunday, January 10, 2010
This is what is in store for the common Indian if he believes in the ToI-letpaper of India's farce called Aman ki Asha,