Outlawed Taliban to carryout attacks in Islamabad, Peshawar and Quetta


ISLAMABAD – The secret agencies of Pakistan had figured out hidden intentions of outlawed militant group Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) which they would want to carry out in the cloak of peace negotiation with the government.

According to a comprehensive report submitted by the secret agencies (names kept anonymous in original report) the federal and provincial authorities were altered regarding terrorist attacks in Islamabad, Peshawar and Quetta.

The country’s largest English daily quoted an anonymous source from ministry of interior confirming the authenticity of such report. The source also stated that secret agencies also mentioned in their intelligence report that a new terrorist group with the name Ansarul Hind would claim the responsibility of attacks.

Their intelligence sources, who raised the alert on April 3, said the TTP leadership had wished its informal affiliates to create the so far unheard of group. Despite the possibility that the TTP sympathizers may be trying to pressurize the government by raising the threat of terrorist attacks in the three cities, the authorities took the threat seriously, source said.

Moreover, PakistanTribe reported yesterday that the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) led government has decided to grant more concessions of outlawed militant group TTP which would include freedom of more non-combatant prisoners and better facilities for combatant militants in prison.

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Hissan Khan

Hissan Khan is currently working as the Editorial Head of Pakistan Tribe's Islamabad Office. Having work as current affairs host, news analyst and C4D expert, Hissan holds a good command over communication and development strategies.


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