Insight Into The Taliban's Class War in Pakistan

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Pakistani soldiers stand guard outside a cave complex, a key militant headquarters in Damadola, in the Bajaur tribal region on March 2, 2010.

Afghan president, Hamid Karzai meets with President Obama in Washington this week. High up on the agenda will be talking about the Taliban, particularly in the Afghan-Pakistan border regions. However, we look deeper into Pakistan with the BBC’s Owen Bennett-Jones. He has just returned from the Punjab, Pakistan’s economic powerhouse, which is a region far away from the border with Afghanistan where the Taliban is gaining in popularity among the poor and disenfranchised.