Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf and former Prime Minister Blame’s security forces for rise in terrorism in Pakistan. He said that negligence of security forces resulted in terrorist attacks in country. They failed to counter the attacks.
Pakistan is facing huge loses since Tehreek e Taliban Pakistan broke the ceasefire agreement which started in last year June, TTP ordered its militants to start terrorist attacks across the country. The government went on a talk with TTP members but it collapsed and a wave of nonstop terrorist attacks started in the country.
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, mostly attacked
The most attacked province of Pakistan is Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, militant groups of TTP were seen in Swat and Bannu, affecting the areas of KP and its surrounding tribal tribes. The former Prime Minister in his recent interview said that security forces are responsible for this rise in terrorism and TTP attacks across the country.
He added that in last April when his government was packing things up, the militant groups reformed and they planned the attacks but at that time where were the security forces why they didn’t took any action when threats of terrorist attacks grew. He also added that we should have good relationship with government of Pakistan, in his tenure, he maintained good relations with Ghani government which stopped the terrorist attacks.
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Pakistan share 2500 kilometers border with Afghanistan which means that if we have any problem with terrorism they will surely help us in stopping it. It is also kept in mind that foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto and Shahbaz Shareef disagreed with the idea of Imran Khan.
Bilawal Bhutto said that TTP are not terrorists they are jihadis, any strict action against them will result in more attacks. While the former Prime Minister said that our Foreign Minister is always on international tours but irony is that he didn’t paid any one visit to Afghanistan yet.
Security forces, political disruption, international involvement whatever the reason of increasing terrorist attacks, it should be stopped to save Pakistan from same situation as in 2008 to 2015.