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Pakistan seeking custody of ISKP chief from Afghanistan shows it’s back to old games

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Pakistan’s brazenness in seeking custody of the terror group ISKP’s arrested chief from Afghanistan shows it has much to fear over what his interrogation will reveal. Infiltration across the LoC has resumed even as talk of a SAARC deal on Covid-19 is underway. Pakistan is back to its old games.

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  1. Veteran Urdu language columnist Suhail Warraich, one of a handful of analysts renowned for accurately predicting the demise of governments, on Monday wrote that Khan has until June to get his administration’s act together and mend fences with the opposition, failing which, violent political change may follow. Al Jazeera

  2. So that it can felicitate him, upon his return to Pakistan, like Masood Azhar was made a hero upon his release from Indian custody.

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