Rasheed lays blame on former dictator for Taliban insurgency in Pakistan

MUZAFARRABAD: Information Minister Pervez Rasheed believes that former dictator’s policies have let the Taliban militants roam scot-free, leading to drone strikes in the country in its wake, ARY News reported.

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Taking at a jibe at former military ruler Gen (retd) Pervez Musharraf, Rasheed asked who created the circumstances that developed audacity among Taliban militants to roam freely in the country.

He was addressing a news conference in Muzafarrabad.

He underlined that Afghan Taliban chief Mullah Akhtar Mansour neither had passport nor visa. He said political stability is the need of the hour.

He regretted that when the country started making progress, anti-development forces have become active and tried to create political instability. He said political stability is very necessary for the country and those who are creating political instability are actually targetting the economic development.

He said PTI’s politics of sit-ins badly affected the economic progress of the country and delayed the China Pakistan Economic Corridor for six months. He said PML(N) wants to develop and connect the country through road networks but PTI Chief Imran Khan is creating chaos by politics of protests on roads.


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Rasheed lays blame on former dictator for Taliban insurgency in Pakistan

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