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    TTP (Punjab) threatens PMLN Government

    One can easily see why not one terrorist has been punished by Pakistan, not even those involved in GHQ attack.

    Haroon Rashid@TheHaroonRashid4m
    #TTP Punjab's head AsmatullahMavia says if #PMLN govt hangs their man Usman involved in GHQ attack it will be taken as start of new war
    “The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything." Albert Einstein

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    “The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything." Albert Einstein

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      In other words do not punish TTP terrorists and wait for the appropriate time when their comrades attack the jails to free them.

      All power to PMLN to punish those beasts who have killed thousands of our brethren.
      “The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything." Albert Einstein

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        ^^^ If previous govt was hanging these sobs there would be no jail breaks. Now 100 if not 1000s of people will die b/c these terrorists are out. As for PMLN govt I think there is realization that they have no other option.

        Anti-terror war now a battle for survival: Nisar - DAWN.COM



        QUETTA, Aug 11: Although the “war against terror” was imposed on the country after the attacks in the United States in Sept 2001, it had now turned into “a battle for survival of Pakistan”, the interior minister said in Quetta on Sunday.

        “The entire nation should be on the same page in the `war against terror’ as it has now become a battle for survival of Pakistan even though it was imposed on us,” Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan said at a press conference after chairing a meeting on law and order.

        He said the fight against terrorists would continue under a “comprehensive national security policy” to be unveiled soon.

        The army would provide 5,000 sub-machine guns (SMGs) to Balochistan and start a training programme for police on an emergency basis, the minister added.He said that despite recent terrorist attacks, the morale of security forces was high and they were ready to take the fight to terrorists.

        The meeting reviewed the law and order situation in the wake of recent terrorist attacks in the province.

        Chief Minister Abdul Malik Baloch, Chief Secretary Babar Yaqoob Fateh Mohammad, Home Secretary Akbar Durrani, IG Police Mushtaq Sukhera, IG Frontier Corps Obaidullah Khattak and other senior police officers attended the meeting.

        The chief secretary and the home secretary briefed the interior minister about the law and order situation in the province and steps taken by the provincial government.

        Chaudhry Nisar expressed concern over last week’s attack in Police Lines, the killing of 13 passengers in Bolan district and the shooting near a mosque on Eid day, terming them an attempt to demoralise the security forces and police.

        “Our police, civil armed forces and personnel of other security institutions are determined to defeat the terrorists,” the minister said, praising Balochistan Police and Frontier Corps for standing up to them.

        He disclosed that a number of people had been arrested on suspicion of involvement in the killing of 13 Punjab-bound bus passengers in Bolan. “Security forces have achieved success in some other incidents of terrorism in Balochistan.”

        The interior minister said that a decision to make Quetta a secure and arms-free city would be taken soon and police, FC, Levies and other security institutions had assured to comply.

        SECURITY POLICY: In reply to a question, he said the national security policy was under preparation. “We want to give a security policy that can be implemented without any hurdle.” He said the federal government and its institutions concerned were studying security policies of several countries.

        He said no government during the past 13 years had thought about preparing a national security policy, but the present government had decided to thrash out a “comprehensive and meaningful policy” to rid the country of terrorists and their networks.

        The policy would be finalised after consulting leaders of all political parties and stakeholders, he added.

        He said that it was a war against an unseen enemy who was different in Balochistan, Sindh, Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

        “We have to set Balochistan on the track of development,” he added.

        Chaudhry Nisar condemned the recent terrorist attacks in Quetta and said that the federal government would extend all help to the Balochistan government to fight terrorism.

        He said the provincial government would be given financial assistance and modern security equipment and help in capacity building of police and civil armed forces. Islamabad was also ready to send competent police officers on the request of the Balochistan government, he added.

        The minister said army chief General Ashfaq Parvez Kyani had told him that the Pakistan Army would provide 5,000 SMGs to Balochistan police very soon.

        He admitted that incidents of terrorism in the province had risen over the past six weeks, but termed them a reaction to unprecedented success of law enforcement agencies against the terrorist outfits which were active in the province.

        He said security forces had also succeeded to arresting all suspects allegedly involved in an attack on a bus of a women university and foiled innumerable acts of terrorism.

        Mr Nisar stressed the need of a better coordination among the provincial government, Balochistan Frontier Corps, local set-up of Inter Services Intelligence and Intelligence Bureau to restore peace in the province.

        He said an inquiry was under way at federal and provincial levels about the recent suicide attack in the police lines in Quetta in which DIG Fayyaz Sumbal and 20 other policemen lost their lives.

        He announced a gallantry award for DIG Fayyaz Sumbal, holding out an assurance that all possible assistance would be provided to families of the dead police officials.In reply to a question, he said: “Our eastern and western borders are completely safe.”
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          Punjabi Taliban warn of reprisal if PML-N govt hangs militants - DAWN.COM
          “The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything." Albert Einstein

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            Originally posted by Shamraz Khan View Post
            ^^^ If previous govt was hanging these sobs there would be no jail breaks. Now 100 if not 1000s of people will die b/c these terrorists are out. As for PMLN govt I think there is realization that they have no other option.
            This pamphlet clearly shows that they have challenged the writ of the government. The ganja and his pml(n) must be sh!tting in their salwar after reading this open threat.

            If ganga is really a sher he should openly condemn these threats and bring forward the hangings asap.

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              I wonder why the taleban are so panicky after hearing of these hangings, they should be happy that some of their comrades are going to 'jannah'. After all this is the reason they use to blackmail kids to carry out heinous acts against humanity.
              “The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything." Albert Einstein

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                pooe N$ has a dilemma at hand:

                maiN idhar jaauuN yaa udhar jaauuN
                baRii mushkil meN huN ab kidhar jaauuN?
                Life is NOT measured by the number of breaths we take but the moments that take our breath away!!!
                16 breaths a minute, 23040 a day...NO one knows which one will be their LAST!

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                  SHERRRRRRR ko Dhamkhiii

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                    Dunya News: Pakistan:-Ready for both war and peace: Ch Nisar...
                    “The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything." Albert Einstein

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                      They have no remorse for killing thousands of innocent Pakistanis, but they have the audacity to threaten the government of Pakistan on planning to execute their criminals. To make matters worse, they regularly claim responsibility and boast about the killings. We must let these extremist organizations know that we will not bow down to terrorism. We must stand united against those who pose a threat to the safety of our nations. We stand by the government of Pakistan and fully support their efforts to counter these homegrown militants. We reiterate what Jen Psaki, Department of State Spokesperson, said recently: “We have a very strong ongoing dialogue with Pakistan regarding all aspects of the relationship and our shared interests, including security and counterterrorism cooperation. And we work together to address each other’s concerns. As we move forward with our counterterrorism operations, it is critically important that we continue to work closely with our partners throughout the world, providing them with the support they need, helping build their capacity to carry out counterterrorism operations in their own countries.”

                      Ali Khan
                      DET, United States Central Command

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                        It may be a good thing if they target the govt. might force Shairfs to finally come out of their shell.
                        You know, My friends, with what a brave carouse I made a second Marriage in my house;
                        Favored old barren Reason from my bed, and took the daughter of the vine to spouse.
                        Omar Khayyam

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                          As if any terrorists in custody will get death sentence
                          Long live azad adliya.
                          Never under estimate the munafaqt of sharifs.
                          پورا مسلمان خود نہیں اور مجھے کافر کہتا ہے

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                            Govt ignores TTP threat, to execute three militants - DAWN.COM

                            Good going. I wonder why Zardari was reluctant to sign the black warrants.

                            It could be a good ploy though. If carefully managed and as suggested, PML(N) has links with extremists, they can lure TTP into attacking 'dummy' government officials/buildings and ambush their attacks.

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                              Coalition partners always threaten each other

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