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Discussion in 'Insaf - Justice' started by :::warrior:::, Jan 30, 2017.
Why is Pakistan throwing away its bargaining chips without getting anything in return?
He is a global terrorist ,they still consider him a philanthropist.
You are expecting a lot.
Express Tribune is reporting it.
He did not direct Mumbai attacks. Probably some rogue elements in his organization did, but he is innocent.
You idiotic comments are not worth commenting but again people like you rather let Pakistan go down the drain than see it prosper
Tone it down will ya. Sometimes butchers get elected sometimes philantropists are thrown into jail.
They are getting something in return. Economic lifeline from FATF. Pakistan simply played this bargaining chip for far too long and now that India is a major country, G7 has to pay attention.
What do you want in return for acting against the problems you created?
Bargaining chip? Please elaborate.
BTW, he is my respected teacher, of Islamic studies, in Engineering University, Lahore, back in 70s.
Indeed if modi just call him once ...he will do it...He is trying to reach Modi by writing letters and making phone calls..
Believe it ,IK is the most friendly PM india will have in Pakistan and having public support..
Pakistan is doing the right thing for her own interests. There is no bargaining chip. Corruption and extremism are two of our bigest problems and finally we have the civil govt and military on the same page.
I would be glad if that is the case.
For now i remain skeptical as no concrete irreversible step has been taken so far thus it begs the question if its just a show to escape FATF.
Hopefully i will be proven wrong.
Rome wasn't built overnight, have some patience.
I am quite certain that no harm will come to Hafiz Saeed Sahib. The issue at hand is quite complex and has many facets. Needs to be tackled very carefully.