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Haqqani terror network is Pakistan’s bargaining chip

The scant talk of War on terrorism by Obama in his State of Union address and few unofficial debates of end game in Afghanistan has prompted Pakistani general Kayani to come out in open officially and state their intention of mediating between West and Afghanistan Taliban (actually Pakistan supported Haqqani network which is attacking Nato and American troops in Afghanistan).

It appears that there is an official admission on the side of Pakistan of their influence with Haqqani’s terror network which they want to use to pursue a strategic depth in Afghanistan. This dreaded network is what Pakistan wants to be part of future government setup in Afghanistan.  This centrally and squarely put the entire blame on Pakistan for supporting terrorism in the region. A Similar admission by ex President Musharraf related to Kashmiri terrorists and their influence with them has proven beyond doubt that Pakistan as a state is problem and not a key to solution.

Given this background, how West can justify their exit from Afghanistan and declare victory by agreeing to share power with Haqqani’s network in Afghanistan is to be seen. This will be the biggest joke of this century, if West did agree to this formula.

Or, something else could be cooking behind the scenes. By floating these rumours of West’s exit, they wanted to see Pakistan’s reactions and exactly that is what happened. Pakistan now stands nakedly open and they will be in much more trouble, if West doesn’t back their idea of accommodation of Haqqani’s network in Afghanistan.

Anyway’s Kayani’s statement’s has put Pakistan in the center of storm by acknowledging their influence with dreaded terror network. They have to live with the consequences.

Let us see what happens.

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