In today’s episode of the Tribune Take, we take a look at the United States rejection of the findings of a Pakistani report into North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (Nato) air strikes that killed 24 Pakistani soldiers. The Pentagon claims that the Pakistani investigation ignored the fact that “mistakes” were made on both sides.
Gulraiz Khan, Senior Sub-editor at The Express Tribune, says such military reports are made for public consumption and jingoism. In actuality, he says Pakistan has made its point by blocking NATO supply routes for almost two months now, and asserting their sovereignty ten years into the war.
Khan says the current government, though, holds enough of a majority in the parliament to restart the flow of NATO supplies soon.
Read Gulraiz Khan’s articles here.
Follow Gulraiz Khan on Twitter.
The Tribune Take daily news web show will appear on the tribune.com.pk home page.
The Take will feature in-depth interviews and analysis with editors and reporters who are covering the major stories, exploring front page events and major ledes. The news analysis covers the way The Express Tribune examines a story, how we cover it and why.
More in PakistanNigar Nazar: There’s something about Gogi