Last September, the Prime Minister of Pakistan Mian Nawaz Sharif paid a visit to Karachi to observe himself the actual situation of Karachi, the financial hub of Pakistan. In consultation with the law-enforcement agencies, he approved the urgently required strategy to curb violence. It was then decided to start a broad-spectrum operation against all those . . . → Read More: Bleeding with Karachi
Pakistan has ordered mobile phone users to register their Sim cards in a national database which is being compiled as part of efforts to curb terrorism. As this huge logistical enterprise draws to a close, the BBC’s M Ilyas Khan looks at how anti-terror measures are being implemented.
Men gather around . . . → Read More: SIM card verification a positive step in fight against terror
The US drone strike in the Nangarhar province of Afghanistan has reportedly killed 13 militants belonging to the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) and other affiliated groups on March 24, 2015. The area targeted in the drone strike was near the Khyber Agency, a region that has become a battleground for the military in its fight against . . . → Read More: Finally Pak, Afghan and US objectives converge
As unconfirmed reports of the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan chief Mullah Fazlullah’s death circulated in the media early Monday, spokesmen for different Taliban groups denied that Pakistan’s most wanted terrorist was killed in an operation by the military.
TTP spokesman Mohammad Khorasani claimed that reports regarding Fazlullah’s death were “absolutely baseless rumors”.
A spokesman for Taliban splinter . . . → Read More: Mullah Fazlullah along with many other militants killed
Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif called on Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif at PM House on Thursday and briefed him on the ongoing operation Zerb-e-Azb and the process of rehabilitation of the temporarily displaced persons back to their homes.
According to the prime minister’s media section, matters relating to the return of temporarily . . . → Read More: PM briefed by COAS about setting up new FC wings
It’s been three months since seven gunmen attacked a school in Peshawar on December 16 last year. Of the 142 dead, 132 were children.
In the time that has lapsed, the world which reacted with such outrage seems to have moved on. Social media has fallen silent, the candle light marches have ended.
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The Pakistani Taliban on Thursday said a US drone strike in eastern Afghanistan had killed a senior commander who was a close associate of two of the group’s former chiefs.
“Commander Khawery Mehsud embraced martyrdom in a US drone strike, along with two others, in Afghan territory” near the border with Kurram tribal agency of . . . → Read More: Drone kills senior TTP commander near Pak – Afghan border
Post by General Asim Bajwa.
Pak armed forces eliminate terrorists, displaced people return to their homes
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Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar has urged the British government to stop the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) chief Altaf Hussain from defaming Pakistani security forces and to take legal action against him from issuing statements threatening them, according to BBC Urdu.
In an unusual move, Nisar met British High Commissioner Philip Barton to discuss issue of . . . → Read More: Pakistan warns UK to keep Altaf Hussain under control
Army Chief General Raheel Sharif visited counter-terrorism center in Pibbi on Monday, Dunya News reported.
Speaking at the occasion, Raheel Sharif vowed to eradicate terrorism from every nook and corner of the country.
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