Washington: The people of Pakistan, who are going bankrupt, are facing a double blow of terrorism along with inflation. The report of the US Bureau of Counterterrorism has claimed that Pakistan’s attitude towards terrorism is becoming ambiguous instead of being rigid. His stance against terror is soft. Pakistan has taken slow action against the terrorists to make itself known. The pace of the campaign being run by him is not satisfactory. This has led to an increase in mass killings and terror incidents in 2021 compared to 2020. Today, the Haqqani Network, Lashkar and other dangerous organizations like Jaish-e-Mohammed, Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan, Balochistan Liberation Army, and ISIS have networks in Pakistan. According to the report, these terrorist organizations are constantly targeting the people of Pakistan and mass murdering them. In Pakistan, steps have been taken to confront the founder of Jaish, Masood Azhar. General elections in Pakistan are likely to be held in October. Given the political uncertainty in the country, the economic crisis could worsen. This apprehension has been expressed in Asia Election Outlook 2023. Pakistan has also failed to repay the loan amount. Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf may return to power in the face of dire economic conditions and early elections.