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June 6, 2010 3:38 PM

No extremist crackdown likely in Pakistan's Punjab province

Pakistan's heartland Punjab province is unlikely to undertake a sweeping operation against extremist groups, despite horrific attacks that many have blamed on the "Punjabi Taliban," analysts and officials said. Some analysts say the Punjabi groups pose the real existentialist threat to Pakistan.

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