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Who has the capacity to trace the blogger in such a quick span of time, get his mobile number and kill him in this way? Butt says the murder will lead to increased censorship in the country.

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A little space was available on Twitter and other social media networks, where some media people and other independent-minded ones would express critical views," he pointed out. Pakistani journalists and media outlets say they are facing increasing restrictions, particularly when it comes to critical coverage of the security establishment. Authorities are also targeting social media, asking Twitter to suspend accounts and submitting thousands of requests to Facebook to take down pages for a variety of reasons, ranging from criticism of the military to propagating hate and insulting Islam.

The government says the curbs are aimed at monitoring extremist content. In recent months, the security establishment has been accused of arresting dozens of workers of the Pashtun Tahafaz Protection Movement, or PTM, which has criticized the military's actions in the tribal regions in the northwestern province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and the western province of Baluchistan. The situation is so dire that the army instructs news channels as to what topics they should discuss during their talk shows and what to avoid. Still, some in Pakistan say Bilal Khan's murder has nothing to do with the military.

General Amjad Shoib, a defender of the Pakistani army policies, dismissed the allegations, saying: "There are many anti-army social media activists with millions of followers, but the army has never harmed them. What will it get out of the murder of an ordinary man whose following ran into a few thousands? The allegations are "completely baseless," Shoib said, criticizing the rights groups leveling allegations.

To back his criticism, Shoib pointed to a previous incident, when an activist named Sabeen Mehmood was killed in Karachi and some sections immediately blamed the army for the murder. He noted that the "Islamic State" group later claimed responsibility for the killing. Ahsan Raza, a Lahore-based political analyst, said the reason behind the blogger's killing is still unclear. He was the member of a religious group that is going through internal fragmentation. So there is a high possibility that he might have been killed because of internal rivalry.

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Secretary Mnuchin is talking about it. We are — Kevin McCarthy. We are, I think, doing very well on debt, if you look at debt limit, however you want to define that. Very important that we take care of our military. To put it mildly. We have made it stronger than ever before. We need another big year. The best missiles in the world.

The best equipment in the world. The best military equipment of all. We have a new aircraft carrier coming online. President Gerald Ford. A hundred percent. President, will you be visiting Pakistan? So he will be definitely extending you an invitation.

So will you be visiting Pakistan? But I have a feeling he might. Is there any exact date or timeframe of U. And we are doing, I think, very well in that regard. Prime Minister? Will there still be troops there on Election Day in Afghanistan — U. And, again, if we wanted to be soldiers, it would be over in 10 days. One week to 10 days, if we wanted to. But I have not chosen that. Why are we — why would we kill millions of people? And, Mr. Prime Minister, same question to you. What — does India has a role to bring peace in Afghanistan?

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There is no military solution because, as Mr. President says, if you go all-out military, there will be millions and millions of people who will die. So there is only one solution. And we hope that in the coming days we will be able to urge the Taliban to speak to the Afghan government and come to a settlement — a political solution. What the Prime Minister just said is a very big story. But a lot of great things are happening. A lot of things are happening for the United States, and I think a lot of great things are going to be happening for Pakistan too, under your leadership.

I really feel that. They have tremendous problems economically.

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Their country is in turmoil. They have a lot of problems. So whatever it is, it is. But I will say —. We did shoot down — unfortunately, we had to shoot down a drone. The drone came down. But we took down one of their drones. But we took down a drone. They put out propaganda. They put out lies. Pakistan —. We are ready for the absolute worst. But we are very geared up. And if they — they are really the number-one state of terror in the world.

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The deal that President Obama made was a disaster because it was such a short term. There were many things wrong. And, of course, they gave billion dollars plus 1.

I think Pakistan would like to have some of that cash. And instead of being respectful and thankful — which, frankly, they should have been to the United States and to President Obama for making that ridiculous deal — instead of being respectful, they put their finger up in the air — this finger, the thumb — they put their finger up in the air and they disrespected the United States. That was a big mistake. Very easily. I like them.