Hamid Hussain had a PhD degree from Brussels University in Belgium. He was an assistant professor at Bacha Khan Univeristy. He was the owner of many international research papers in chemistry. Now the burning question is this that why terrorists only killed Hamid Hussain why not others hundreds of professors of the university?
Many informal reports suggest that the terrorists had asked him to help them in providing formulas for making atomic weapons, but he refused to give them and that’s why he was the only target of terrorists.
Recently, the director general of the Intelligence Bureau, Aftab Sultan, informed the Senate Standing Committee on Interior on Wednesday that the militant Islamic State group was emerging as a threat in the country because several militant groups had soft corner for it. He named Lashkar-i-Jhangvi and Sipah-i-Sahaba Pakistan as examples.
Though IS and Afghan Taliban were rivals, the Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) coordinated with it, he added. (The Dawn Web Desk)
The interior ministry has been denying the presence of IS in Pakistan, saying that it was an Arab organization. But Mr Sultan said the IB had busted a big IS network after several members reached Punjab following Karachi’s Safoora Goth carnage in May.
Some other reports also suggest that there are 53 military terrorist’s organizations are working in Pakistan. All 53000 religious seminaries (madrassas) are well sympathizers of ISIS and TTP. The banned TTP has already given its manifesto of Sharia in Pakistan. They have declared the Pakistan military and all governmental institutions illegal, anti-Islamic and friends of non-believers.
The IB chief called for a comprehensive policy for “rehabilitation of jihadi elements” and effective implementation of policy for monitoring social media and cyberspace.
On the other side, Pakistan is also a headache because it has no control system on its nuclear atomic program and weapons. This is an open secret that Pakistan has already caught red handed when she was smuggling nuclear weapons formulas and tricks to Arabic and other Asian countries.
Now nobody can guarantee that Pakistan will not sell to ISIS. The Islamic fundamentalist fraction ISIS has already made a special request to Pakistan for buying nuclear weapons. Unfortunately, the Obama administration is seeking $859.8 million for Pakistan in its budget proposal for fiscal 2016-17. In 2015-16, the administration sought $ 917 million while in 2014-15 it sought one billion dollars.
Now the question is this that why the United States is so sincere in giving funds when Pakistan is turning to hell?
Why there is only money for the army when they are working for facilitating, funding and training the terrorists? Is there any guarantee of Pakistan Nuclear Program that they will not sell out their weapons to terrorists? Is there any international monitoring unit to monitor Pakistan illegal terrorist activities?
Why there is no attention to the Baloch problem? The state with fundamentalist goals is shaky and can turn any time into chaotic.
Pakistan’s return to peace and normalcy is a tremendous challenge, not only for the many Pakistani factions and its government, ‘but also’ for regional leaders. For any strategy to work, it is imperative that the objective realities are taken into consideration. If no implementable action plan is presented soon by the Pakistani government and its international partners, the country may be in danger of losing its way and sliding down a perilous trajectory towards chaos and anarchy. Hopefully, wiser counsels will prevail.
The Afghan Tribune | Web Desk | Published: February 11, 2016, 10:16 PM