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Pakistan – New Government and War on Terror.

Posted by QB on March 26, 2008

This is interesting and encouraging news that Pakistan new government will not follow Pervez Musharraf aggressive policies of bombing its own citizens fighting Bush war on terror. Nawaz Sharif has indicated that Pakistan new government policies will be according to the will of the people of Pakistan. They will engage in negotiations with the militants and try to fight terrorism which is in the best interest of the country and the region.

The Pervez Musharraf committed the biggest mistake with blindly following Bush policies of aggression which has not curb down the violence in Pakistan, instead it is growing with direct confrontation with the military. This is what Pervez Musharraf should have done instead of fighting Bush “war on terror” bombing innocent civilians to get US aid.

I really don’t like Nawaz Sharif and Asif Zardari but this is the positive practical approach which will eliminate the violence in Pakistan.


One Response to “Pakistan – New Government and War on Terror.”

  1. Huda said

    Just a note:
    Now that the President is fighting for his survival and has limited himself to politacal conspiracies instead of killing his own people, the violence level has gone down significantly in the country.

    I don’t care if its military rule or theocracy or democracy or whatever the form of govt. is, as long as there is peace, freedom and prosparity in the country. Musharraf has failed the country in all three things.

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