US Report: Pakistan incapable of prosecuting terrorists – the terrorists have the political backing and government is also scared of the militants!

US Report: Pakistan incapable of prosecuting terrorists

By StephenManual

A recently released US State Department report on terrorism related issues and role of Pakistan has severely criticized the Pakistani government officials for their incapability of prosecuting terrorists and militants who remained involved in different terror activities across the country. The report says that three out of four suspected terrorists are acquitted by Anti-Terrorism Courts – most of them are released by the courts owing to lack of evidence.

The report says the US was extremely unhappy over the role of Pakistan in the war against terror, saying the top functionaries of the government were playing a double game with the US. Pakistani officials commit publicly to fight a war against terrorism and help international community in eliminating the menace but actions of the state tell a different story. The US State Department report of 2010 clearly says that the acquittal rate of suspected terrorists was 75 per cent in the country. ….

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