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Invasion of Pakistan
November 24th, 2016 — January 3rd, 2017
United Nations victory
Pakistan ceases to exist.
Occupied by the United States, China, and India
Unified Pakistani Transitional Government founded
United States United Kingdom China India
Aerial support only Russia France Germany Canada Poland Saudi Arabia Iran Georgia Italy
Naval Support Turkey South Korea
Islamic State Al Nursa Front
Support Syria Iraq Sudan North Korea Hamas Hezbollah
Foreign volunteer fighters Canadian Mexican Cuban Chinese British French
30,000 ISIS fighters
Casualties and losses
347,500 combatants, 1,355,000 civilians
The Invasion of Pakistan was a full-scale invasion of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan by the United States of America, United Kingdom, China, and India. The Pakistani government fell to Islamic terrorist. All four countries were afraid of the capabilities of the new government, due to Pakistan possess nuclear warheads.
On November 1st, the leaders of all four nations agreed upon a pact. The next days an aerial bombing campaign had begun. The targets were mostly military bases and government agencies.
On November 20th, India and China began sending troops to their border between Pakistan. The United States and United Kingdom had increased their troop numbers in Afghanistan. On November 24th, troops from all three countries launched a Invasion, meeting heavy resistance.
The war ended in January with the surrender of the current Government of Pakistan. The war ended with the dissolution of the current central government and annexation by all four countries. India had annexed most of Southern Pakistan (Including Punjab, and Kashmir). China had taken parts of the North. The United States and United Kingdom had taken the rest.