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Analysts said attack at Wagah border can be the reaction of Operation Zarb-e-Azb that has broken the back of the terrorists.     

Speaking in Radio Pakistan’s Nuqta-e-Nazar program, Analyst, Zafar Mahmood Sheikh said, “Pakistan has been engaged in war against terrorism form last twelve to fourteen years. This attack can be the reaction of Operation Zarb-e-Azb that has broken the back of the terrorists. Three terrorist groups have claimed responsibility of this attack which indicates that terrorists are scared. Due to Operation Zarb-e-Azb, hundreds of terrorists have been killed.”

Taking part in the program, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz leader Marvi Memon said that elimination of terrorism from the country is the top priority of present government. Operation Zarb-e-Azb has continued at North Waziristan successfully. Government is committed to eliminate even the last terrorist from the country. A large number of people attended the parade ceremony at Wagah Border on Monday [November 3] which indicates that terrorists have failed in their agenda of demoralizing the nation.

PPP leader Qamar Zaman Kaira said, “Yesterday’s attack at Wagah Border is condemnable. The whole nation has united against terrorism and we will face these terrorists upfront. We need to create a strong awareness against terrorists in the country. Terrorists are basically wrong minded people and want to destabilize Pakistan. They have no links with any religion. They only used the name of Islam to cover their hidden agenda.”

Senior Journalist, Javed Siddique said, “Pakistan is a frontline state in the war on terrorism and that’s why we are facing terrorist attacks. The terrorists have a very strong network in the country but our security forces have the ability to tackle it. Operation Zarb-e-Azb eliminated terrorists form the tribal areas and now they want to divert the attention of our security forces by their attacks. All political forces are on same page to eliminate extremism from the country, which is a positive sign.”   


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