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Indecision strengthens terrorists... By Eschmall

30 January, 2014

The PML-N's parliamentary meeting held on January 28 before the start of the National Assembly session failed to take any decision on how to deal with the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan. However a sizeable majority in the ruling party is in favour of a military operation. Such indecision on the part of first Zardari and now Nawaz Sharif and company has adversely affected the country and its people. This attitude demoralizes the law enforcement agencies and emboldens the terrorists. The problem is that we are not cognizant of the problem facing us and neither are we sure about our enemies.

Eschmall Sardar
Peshawar

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