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Islamabad declared ‘extremely dangerous’ in Interior Ministry report
 


February 19, 2014 - Updated 935 PKT
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ISLAMABAD: A report prepared by the Interior Ministry has declared the capital city as ‘extremely dangerous’ due to the presence and functioning of banned outfits along with other factors, Geo News reported.

 

According to the report, the capital city is at high risk and has become the sleeper cell of the banned organization members including Al-Qaeda, Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) and Lashkar-e-Jahngvi (LeJ).

 

The report further stated that arms and terrorists are making their way into the country through Eastern and Western borders which is why cross border terrorists are also conducting terror activities in Pakistan.

 

Moreover, the report stated that Balochistan and Azad Kashmir are plagued by terrorism sponsored by the neighboring India.

 

Banned outfits of TTP and LeJ are a real threat in Punjab while the target killers, Al-Qaeda and LeJ are targeting Sindh.

 

The Interior Ministry report will be presented before the standing committee of National Assembly today.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Reader Comments
WILL WAIT FOR THE RESPONSE OF GOVT

TANVIR
Pakistan
GOD safe PAK Pakistan from three devils as they are agent of Pakistan's enemies.

umar
Pakistan
Then what the Government is doing, stop the terrorists and save the country.

Haqqani
USA
CLEAN UP Pakistan from terrorism. All nation should take part in this holy job. Pak Media should lead to, terrorism free Pakistan.

umer
Pakistan
This is because the government has no policy of its own. They are running with the hare and hunting with the hound. At the end, we will have to eat the proverbial hundred onions and get beaten by hundred sandals too.

Asif Luqman Qazi
Pakistan
 
 
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