HAFIZ SAEED'S RELEASE HIGHLIGHTS NEED FOR INDIA, US TO REHASH TOOLS TO COUNTER PAKISTAN'S FLAWED COUNTER-TERRORISM POLICY

Hafiz Saeed's release shows that the "in again, out again" policy that passes for justice in Pakistan has to end and end quickly. The post Hafiz Saeed’s release highlights need for India, US to rehash tools to counter Pakistan’s flawed counter-terrorism policy appeared first on Firstpost.

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