Bilawal denounces amnesty offered to terrorist groups as “insult to victims of terrorism” – Pakistan
Pakistan People’s Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari took to Twitter on Friday to criticize the government for offering to pardon members of Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan on condition that they renounce violence and respect the rule. Constitution.
Bilawal tweeted: âThe unilateral decision to offer amnesty to terrorist groups in Pakistan is an insult to the thousands of victims of terrorism.
The young president was responding to the foreign minister’s comments a day earlier, in which he said the government was “open to pardoning” the group on condition that it renounced violence.
“If these guys [TTP] to come [from Afghanistan] and start creating problems for us here, it will affect innocent lives and we don’t want to, “he said in the video interview, excerpts of which are posted below.
Pakistani President Arif Alvi on Wednesday made similar comments about the pardon of men not involved in criminal activity.
As Dawn cautioned in her editorial on Friday, any âamnesty should be for some people, not the whole team, because a general amnesty is a dangerous idea. to lower your arms and live by the law of the land can be considered an amnesty. ”
He also called on them to participate in deradicalization programs, but said that “even these individuals should be monitored by the state, as there are examples of deradicalization programs from foreign countries which indicate that some ‘rehabilitated’ extremists are relapsing. often in violence â.
Earlier this month, the TTP claimed responsibility for an attack in Mastung in which four security personnel were killed.
The Prime Minister strongly condemned the attack in a tweet.