Pakistan and Bungledesh ink Free Terror Agreement

In a decision that could have profound implications for the security scenario in the sub continent, two key state sponsors of terror, Pakistan and Bungledesh have inked a Free Terror Agreement.

This agreement, signed within the framework of a larger South Asian Free Terror Agreement, is designed to provide more freedom to sponsored terrorists to move freely between the two countries and leverage state resources to promote and spread terror. Terrorists accredited by the respective state agencies will be provided visa on arrival and state security at all times. Further, such terrorists would also be extended dual citizenship benefits and would be provided immunity from all types of state prosecution.

According to Pak minister for Terror promotion Brig. Bag, the agreement will ensure more cooperation between the terrorists of the two countries and would serve as a cornerstone for improving terror relations between the two states. Bungledeshi minister for state terror felt that the agreement must be extended to include other state sponsors in Asia.

Though both Pakistan and Bungledeshhave been sponsoring terror for decades now, this is the first time that a formal agreement has been reached. "Since terror is the primary export commodity for both nations, it makes sense to make things easier for the agents of terror to cooperate and operate across the border," said Bag. Representatives of groups like cashkar-e-toe-e-blah, Har-kat-full-moe-jahideen and other jobless terror groups have welcomed the agreement.

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