US To Occupy Balochistan, And India In PoK, Gilgit – Baltistan?

Iran’s Alleged Proxy’s Drone Attack on US Military Base and Its Aftermath


On January 28th, 2024, a drone attack orchestrated by Iranian-backed militants targeted a U.S. military base situated in northeast Jordan, near the Syrian border. This attack resulted in the tragic loss of three American service members and left dozens injured. The Islamic Resistance in Iraq, an umbrella group of Iranian-backed militias, was held responsible for this act.


This event has significantly escalated tensions between the United States and Iran. As of February 1st, 2024, the U.S. government is reportedly considering retaliatory actions, although the specifics remain unclear.



Explore the secrets: Do US and India have any understanding with Iran And India regarding Balochistan And PoK, And Gilgit - Baltistan Occupation



The U.S. Presence in the Middle East



The U.S. presence in the Middle East, particularly regarding troop deployments, is a complex and evolving issue with various considerations and ongoing discussions. As of today, there isn’t a single, definitive answer to the question of U.S. intentions in the region.


US Current Presence


The U.S. has considerably reduced its troop presence in Iraq and Afghanistan in recent years. As of September 2023, there were approximately 3,000 troops in Iraq and no combat troops in Afghanistan. In Syria, the U.S. maintains a smaller force estimated at several hundred troops, primarily focused on counter-terrorism operations against ISIS.


US Plans and Intentions


In Iraq, the Biden administration announced the end of the U.S. combat mission in 2021, transitioning to an advisory and assistance role. No further major withdrawal plans have been officially announced. In Syria, there are conflicting reports about potential U.S. withdrawal. While some media outlets cite sources suggesting the administration is considering it, the Pentagon has denied these claims.


US Uncertainties


The situation remains fluid, and future decisions will likely depend on several factors, including regional security dynamics, the Iranian nuclear negotiations, and domestic political considerations within the U.S. Additionally, the distinction between “troops” and other forms of U.S. military presence can be nuanced, making it challenging to accurately assess withdrawal plans.




The Balochistan and Pakistan Occupied Kashmir And Gilgit – Baltistan Question


The failure of the U.S. to respond to Iran and Iran’s proxies, coupled with the recent visit of S. Jaishankar to Iran, suggests that he may have conveyed a message from the U.S. to Iran, advising them not to interfere with Pakistan.


As per experienced geo-political experts, with Balochistan’s and Pakistan Occupied Kasmir (PoK) – Gilgit-Baltistan’s ongoing fight for independence from Pakistan, several questions arise about a potential and a possible undercover understanding between the U.S., Iran,  and India. Does the U.S. plan to occupy Balochistan and India to occupy Pakistan Occupied Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan? As financially broke Pakistan is in no position to take care of both territories, these questions become even more pertinent today.


However, as of now, these could be speculations as no concrete evidence or official statements support these claims. The geopolitical landscape is complex and ever-changing, and only time will reveal the true intentions of these global powers.




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