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'Pakistan has suffered the most in the war on terror'

In his Eid al-Fitr wishes, Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif attacked India for its actions in the disputed region of Kashmir, prompting a strong reply from New Delhi. India's PM Narendra Modi has also lashed out at Pakistan in recent weeks, accusing it of spreading terrorism. But just last December, Modi met Sharif in Lahore. Why have relations deteriorated so badly in less than a year? Marc Perelman asks Muhammad Ishaq Dar, Pakistan’s finance minister.

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Muhammad Ishaq Dar also reacts to accusations from Afghanistan and the US that Pakistan is not doing enough to fight terrorism.

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