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What should new Pak govt do for relation with Afghanistan

Asif Ali Zardari was sworn in as Pakistan’s President after his election by the National Assembly following a controversial poll that sent Imran Khan, the leader of Tehreek-e-Insaf, one of the most powerful Pakistani politicians and a number of his party’s prominent members to long in jail.

Asif Ali Zardari was sworn in as Pakistan’s President after his election by the National Assembly following a controversial poll that sent Imran Khan, the leader of Tehreek-e-Insaf, one of the most powerful Pakistani politicians and a number of his party’s prominent members to long in jail.
According to reports, the Pakistani Chief Justice administered the oathtaking ceremony, held at the presidential palace before civil and military leaders.
The election of Zardari, 68, who served as president from 2008-13, had reportedly been the most ever fraudulent poll lacking transparency and nationwide support (but) came along with the direct backing of the country’s
ruling bloc, including the party of three-time Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, the old rival of Khan, the ousted President.
Only, Khan was not the one who has been jailed for certain reasons, Zardari has also been among the Pakistani leaders who has over the years, faced various criminal charges, including fraud and money laundering to serve prison time.
Pakistan’s presidency largely became a ceremonial position following a 2010 constitutional amendment that curtailed its authority.
Behind the so-long and consecutive challenges before the Pakistani elections, there was no hand from foreign groups, including the neighboring countries and all what happened wrong was only the result of their internal political disputes, but instead, the Pakistani politicians blamed others, particularly Afghanistan for meddling in their internal affairs.
The failed Pak leaders still continue accusing the incumbent Islamic system — the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan for harboring militancy inside the Afghan territory and allowing them to insecure Pakistan, a false and inaccurate assertion just to hide their failure in administering their country’s affairs and their nation.
The new Pakistan government, in order to enjoy an honest and full of trust relation with Afghanistan, should try their best to ensure the security of its country and seek any means what is important for its national security instead of accusing Afghanistan, under the Islamic Emirate for meddling in their internal affairs, particularly, their security, as the Islamic Emirate has repeatedly said that it would never interfere in the internal affairs of others
and don’t allow others to interfere in its internal affairs.
The neighboring Pakistan should avoid even firing a bullet on Afghanistan under the pretext of targeting anti-Pakistani insurgents as unlike previous regimes, the Islamic Emirate’s security forces have the capacity and capability to defend its territorial integrity.
Pakistan should not repeat creating hurdles before trade and transit between the two brother and Muslim nations and should not force thousands of innocent Afghans to return home, under the ongoing strict conditions and instead should resort to flexibility about sending them to the country as the move can leave nothing except seriously damaging relations between the two sides.
The two neighboring and Muslim nations should be allowed to live and deal friendly.

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