Expect more escalation...
As the peace process starts bearing fruit, extremists in "Pak" Army wants to create tension to prevent common people from getting benefit out of trade across the border.
Tension with India is good business for "Pak" Army - more funding ;)
Islamabad: Certain stakeholders in Pakistan have "some reservations" about giving Most Favoured Nation-status to India and the issue will be discussed at an upcoming meeting between the two sides, Foreign Secretary Jalil Abbas Jilani said today.
Without giving details, Jilani told reporters during an informal interaction outside parliament that certain stakeholders have "some reservations' on giving MFN-status to India.
"However, the government is committed to implement its decision to establish normal trade relations with India," Jilani said.
The reservations expressed by some stakeholders will be discussed at an upcoming meeting between officials of the Commerce Ministries of the two sides, he said.
.....elections in Pak are round the corner too. Pakistan Army will be playing arsonist and firefighter just like in Afghanistan
|Pakistan Army chief Kayani and Intelligence agency-ISI chief Zaheer-ul-Islam keep a strict vigil on everything for the "security" of Pak Sar Zameen|