PAK minister Rana Sanaullah's big confession on terrorism, said- 'We ourselves...'

Islamabad: Pakistan itself is seen falling into the big pit of terrorism and jihad which Pakistan had dug for years with the aim of destroying India. Be it the Peshawar Masjid blast or the increasing number of deadly attacks on security forces and officers in Pakistan, everyone is telling that the same terrorists who were nurtured by Pakistan to kill others, are today slitting their throats.

The whole world should pay attention to the confession made by Pakistan's Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah in the National Assembly there. Pakistan's Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah himself has confessed in the National Assembly that preparing 'Mujahideen' and going to war with them was a collective mistake. In the Pakistan National Assembly, Minister Rana Sanaullah said that there was no need to create Mujahideen. He said that we created Mujahideen and then they became terrorists. Muslims who fight on behalf of Allah, religion, or community (Ummah) are called Mujahideen. They are fundamentalists and that is the reason, there is also a terrorist organization named Indian Mujahideen, which has been involved in many terrorist attacks. 

Pakistan has been home to the world's most dreaded terrorists for a long time. The world's biggest terrorist mastermind Osama bin Laden was also found and killed in Pakistan. Pakistan has given a boost to terrorism, but now it itself has to pay the cost as terrorist attacks are increasing continuously in the country itself. The death toll in the Peshawar mosque blast has crossed 100. The whole world should listen to the fact that Pakistan's Home Minister Rana Sanaullah is accepting today about preparing Mujahideen so that it can prove what India has been telling the world for many years. 

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