I’ve found the problem with Pakistani security policy

This is it:

ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Interior A. Rehman Malik said on Friday that banned organisations Lashkar-i-Jhangvi, Sipah-i-Sahaba Pakistan, Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan and Al Qaeda were carrying out terrorist attacks to destabilise the country.

Inaugurating the building of a police station, he condemned the terrorist attack on Data Ganj Bakhsh shrine and said terrorists had no religion and they were enemies of the humanity. He said that since security forces defeated militants in Swat and Malakand the terrorists had turned their attention to settled areas of Punjab and other provinces.

Ever think of taking a trip down to Nagan Chowrangi in Karachi, or to any one of the SSP’s (I’m sorry, the ‘Ahle-Sunnat-Wal-Jammat’s’) offices anywhere else in the country? Words, Mr Minister – words don’t stop bloodshed. Get to work.

More detailed response to the Lahore attacks later, as I’m traveling in the States for a family event at the moment, but this incensed me to the point of having to put something up.

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