A tape from a top secret source has divulged that a spooked Pakistan has moved its troops from the West of Pakistan to the Line of Control (LoC).
In Republic TV's exclusive, a Pakistani Army insider has informed about their moves owing to the escalating tensions between India and Pakistan in the past two weeks. It was also revealed that the tribals have refused to help the Pakistan Army after they were approached.
There was an alarmed movement from North Waziristan at the Afghanistan-Pakistan border towards the LoC, according to the source.
The source revealed:
This panicky movement comes with the country receiving flak from three of its neighbours - India, Iran, and Afghanistan for their terror-friendly tendencies causing unrest across the region. In the aftermath of Pulwama attack, India has received exceptional support and solidarity from Afghanistan, the Pashtun tribes, Pakistan's Balochistan and even Iran, where India gave a befitting response to Pakistan by conducting IAF counter-terrorism air-strikes on Jaish-e-Mohammed camps within the borders.
Sir namaskar, first of all, this information about the Pakistani Army is 100% true that it is withdrawing from the Tribal areas and Balochistan and they are moving towards the control line (LoC). In this respect, they have picked the town of Jani Khel between North Waziristan and Bannu district. So a large number of troops from Pakistan's North Waziristan, Bannu and Jani Khel regions have been moved out. They are using public transport such as trucks, buses and passenger buses forcefully to transport goods and all things that the army needs. The Pakistani Army has also tried to reach out to local tribals in Jani Khel and North Waziristan, telling them about the extraordinary situation that has developed. However, the local tribals have completely rejected this outreach by the Pakistani Army and no youth from the local tribes have contributed or helped the Pakistani Army. Another interesting thing in context to these developments is that in Jani Khel, there is a Taliban Commander named Adam Khan and under his leadership, the Taliban has met the Pakistani Army. In all, a large number of Pakistani Army troops have moved out of Jani Khel, North Waziristan and Bannu.