Caretaker PM Kakar in his recent interview discusses the perspective that TTP and BLA are indistinguishable, addressing the issue of terrorism versus a political matter. He challenges the perception of categorizing violence into good or bad, suggesting that this could pave the way for political parties to engage in violent acts. Referencing historical instances, such as the opposition to MQM in the 90s, he questions the potential acceptance of a party transitioning from peaceful protests to armed aggression, a scenario witnessed globally. His core argument stresses that the exclusive right to employ violence should rest with the state. The proposal entails unanimous agreement on this principle, followed by judgment based on adherence to it.