Pakistan fears terrorist influx: Hours previous to United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon explained the floods in Pakistan as a “slow motion tsunami'' at a particular session at the U. N. headquarters on Thursday on the “telling emergency'', the Pakistani management — right from President Asif Ali Zardari downwards — begin to voice concerns about this catastrophe providing an chance to terrorists.
At a press meeting late on Thursday along with U.S. Senator John Kerry, the leader said he had sent out an “SOS'' to the global community the catastrophe “gives strength to those military who do not want a state arrangement. Mr. Kerry said: “The stake is very very high. We need to address the dilemma of the people to prevent their annoyance boiling over or others from develop their annoyance.''
And, this was the communication Foreign Minister Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi carried to the General school assembly. “The gains that we have made against terrorists are large. Yet, we remain exposed. The peace and next of kin calm achieved as a result of the democratic government relentless efforts are still fragile, and need to be consolidate.