A deadly attack on Karachiâ€™s International Airport has raised questions about Pakistanâ€™s security and the governmentâ€™s ability to thwart terrorist attacks.
Pakistan was shaken to its core when militant commandos, disguised as government security forces, stormed Karachiâ€™s international airport. Itâ€™s not clear if the militants were trying to hijack a commercial airliner or blow up an oil depot.
To discuss the attacks carried out by the Pakistani Taliban on Karachi Airport and the response by the government, CCTVâ€™s Anand Naidoo is joined by Raza Rumi, a Pakistani policy analyst and journalist; Shuja Nawaz, Director of the South Asia Center at the Atlantic Council; and Mubashir Zaidi, who is an investigative journalist. The interview is divided into two parts.