In a shocker from Pakistan, a key terrorist accused in the 26/11 attacks - Zaki-Ur-Rehman Lakhvi - was given bail by an anti-terror court, citing lack of evidence by the prosecution. This comes just two days after the horror of the Peshawar attacks and Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif's public resolve to go after terror groups. But is that promise hollow? Is the Pakistani state, the Pakistani military, serious about going after the Lashkar-e-Taiba? Are they playing a double game on terror, with one rule for the Taliban and another for the LeT? We debate on Left, Right and Centre.