Pakistan must decide whether it's with US or Taliban in war on terror: Romney
Salem, New Hampshire, Oct 4(ANI): Republican presidential contender Mitt Romney has said it is unacceptable that Pakistan is playing a double game in the US-led war on terror.
Romney told New Hampshire voters that Pakistan is going after the Taliban within its borders in some cases, and helping it in others.
"It's pretty straight forward to say, 'Listen guys, you can't play both sides of this game. You've got to decide if you're with us or with them,'" The Telegraph quoted Romney, as saying during a campaign stop.
"'If you're with them, that will have a very significant consequence. If you're with us, that's very good thing,'" he added, without clarifying what that consequence might be.
Romney's comments are among his toughest regarding Pakistan, and represent a departure from his position the last time he ran for president four years ago, when he was critical of then-Democratic candidate Barack Obama's support for military action inside Pakistan's borders in some cases. (ANI)
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