The great sand heist fuelling india 120 billion building programme, which in 2010 was set to cost India £400 billion, has gone unnoticed in western media because of the nature of the theft.
It will become a cause célèbre even in the United Kingdom – where the BBC’s flagship programme, “The History Files,” reported on it during the last week of August – but has been largely omitted from British government publications and news bulletins in recent months, even while Prime Minister David Cameron is taking some steps to modernise the defence procurement system.
A report prepared by the British government in December, published in response to the India-Pakistan war, stated that Britain had not made a formal request for the release of any information about the Sandhurst attack because the intelligence of the Sandhurst-based base was classified.
“British government officials who work in Pakistan do not know details of카지노 사이트 the security breach,” said the report, which warned that “the risks associated with these incidents remain high”.
“It should be the responsibility of Pakistan and India to come forward with any information which might help our fight against the threat of such attacks and to act decisively on this threat,” it added.
The BBC, the US Air Force and Indian intelligence agencies have all failed to come forward with evidence to support the Indian charge that the British Army has been providing support to al-Qaeda cells linked to the Osama bin Laden network, in Pakistan.
The report concluded that “if the security breach has happened at Sandhurst, then the consequences will be serious” as the “included risks may include, but are not limited to, terrorists from the al-Qaida-linked al-Qaida network, the Indian Army’s training of terrorist groups on its soil and the Indian Army providing training to other terrorist groups in India to help them attack UK soldiers”.
Indian government sources in Islamabad told the더킹카지노 BBC that while there were some “unexpected steps” taken by India since the report was published last week to tackle intelligence gaps, they had not been sufficient, as “the public will have to wait a long time for any more progress”.
The report also called for the US army to investigate the attack on Sandhurst, which has cost Pakistan £5 billion in military equipment, as welapronxl as the role played by the Indian army, since its invasion of Kashmir in September 1989.
Sandhurst had been established in 1876 when William Tecumseh Sherman’s Union Pacific Railroad began building large ships for use with foreign navies to boost supply lines for foreign war fleets