Pak stopped working against terrorism: US

Washington, Oct 7: Ahead of US-Pakistan strategic dialogue, an US report showed that Pakistan did not act according to its words in dealing with terror issue at Pakistan-Afghan border and the country has stopped working against militants.

Stating about the revelation of the report, US think tank, Michael O'Hanlon said, "Washington believes there was less Pakistani commitment than it had hoped for and was more willing to say that publicly."

The report also claimed that Pakistani military continued to avoid clashes with the militants like Afghan Taliban or al-Qaeda forces at the Afghan border from a long time.

Michael stated, "It's obviously a little bit of a shock to the US-Pakistani relationship and it's intended that way," and he also suggested, "steady quiet progress we were making earlier in the year (2010) has stopped and it was time to try something new."

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