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Pakistan army asks Jamaat chief to apologise for terming dead TTP chief as ‘martyr’; Hassan sticks by remarks

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In a very significant development, Pakistan army has taken asked country’s religious party Jamaat-e-Islami chief Syed Munawar Hassan to apologies for labeling dead Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) chief and country’s Most Wanted Terrorist Hakeemullah Meshud as ‘martyr’ and termed his statement as insult for those killed in terrorist attacks in the country.

It has been considered in past (pre-Musharraf regime or when Qazi Hussain Ahmad was Ameer of JI) that Jamat-e-Islami is an unofficial spokes person to Pakistan Army as and when PA needed to clarify its position(s) with regards to the matters purely subject to the civil matters, JI ware used.

Now, by the statement of JI's chief, the pictures curled. Analysts say that it is an effort to confuse the situation of per-evacuvation of US and allied forces from Afghanistan. As US administration ask gov of Pakistan to "do more" to re-set its troops from eastern borders to western site. Pakistan, has got an idea to play game with India in Azad Kashmir with a "ping-pong" game started at night and end prior to dawn with old guns that need refreshments. If, now US asks to do more, Pakistan simply point out to its eastern borders the situation is currently going on.

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