Pakistan couldn't control the monster once it had grown.

Pakistan has been hit by a deliberate scheme of inciting, funding, training, and equipping terrorists and jihadis . Pakistan saw 42% more terrorist attacks in 2021 than the year before .

Islamabad (Pakistan), September 23: Pakistani chickens are coming home to roost, an undeniable truth: Islamabad is being affected by a deliberate scheme of inciting, funding, training, and equipping terrorists and jihadis, according to Senge Sering, the President of the Gilgit Baltistan Institute in Washington, who wrote in the Baltimore Post-Examiner that all the while, the generals could have improved the country's But Talibans preferred to make Pakistan into a hub of Islamic terror by making hatred for India a national agenda, according to a study published by the Pakistan Institute for Peace Studies, where Pakistan saw 42% more terrorist attacks in 2021 than the year before, with a 40 percent increase in the number of deaths of Afghans as a result of the terrorist program.The Taliban's rule of Afghanistan also protected the interests of Al-Qaida, the Tehreek Taliban (TTP), and other trans The international Monetary Fund has provided Pakistan with money and resources to improve its internal stability, according to the Baltimore Post-Examiner.While Pakistani generals were wasting time and national resources on the old ruse of bleed India with a thousand cuts, Indian leadership remained focused on strengthening democratic institutions and steadily increased to the worlds fifth largest economy, according to Sering.The general baj's much-adopted shift to geo-economics, as outlined in the new National Security Policy, is nothing but old wine in new bottles and won't prevent rupees from falling, according to the Baltimore Post-Examiner.According to Manzoor Pashteen, the leader of the Pashtun Protection Movement (PTM), leaders portray Pakistan as a sanctuary of Muslims flourishing in an Islamic welfare system.However, no army has massacred as many innocent Muslims as the Pakistani army in the last 75 years of its existence, according to Dr. Hyder Lashari, a Sindh historian, who explains that demonizing terrorism is very profitable.

Pakistan's ability to function as a sovereign nation is greatly hampered by the situation.