The thing is that two massive terror attack against Iran’s army (27 IRGC soldiers killed) and India’s army (41 Indian soldiers killed) that emanated from Pakistan occurred during the last few days. Both countries have said that “enough is enough” and have promised “a high price” to pay for the attack.
Consider the following:
Iran says Pakistan to ‘pay high price’ over suicide bombing, warns Saudi
India Blames Pakistan for Attack in Kashmir, Promising a Response
The chatter right now is that both countries are teaming up to prepare a “coordinated retaliation” against Pakistan. You have to consider that:
– High level meetings took place between Indian and Iranian officials in the morning
Seyed Abbas Araghchi
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Iran & India suffered from two heinous terrorist attacks in the past few days resulted in big casualties. Today in my meeting with Sushma Swaraj the Indian FM, when she had a stopover in Tehran, we agreed on close cooperation to combat terrorism in the region. Enough is enough!
– Both India and Iran are blaming Saudi Arabia, and guess what… tomorrow there is a major state visit of Saudi Arabia’s prince to Pakistan.
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Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is likely to meet Afghan Taliban representatives during his visit to Pakistan starting on Sunday, Pakistani government sources said.
– Military sources have reported that an ongoing strike inside Pakistan is imminent by the two countries
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Más ELINT News Retwitteó Babak Taghvaee
Both Iran and India likely going to strike areas of Pakistan in coming days
#BREAKING: #IRGCASF are now preparing for an operation to target Jaysh ul-Adl’s HQ & training camps deep inside #Pakistan’s Baluchistan province. A combination of ballistic & cruise missiles will be used. #Pakistan Intel service is supporting this #AlQaeda affiliated terror group
#UPDATE: White House greenlights punitive Indian measures against Pakistan, saying it “supported India’s right to self-defence against cross-border terrorism” an open-ended term that allows New Delhi to fashion its own answer to ‘Pakistani provocation’