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TV host Amir Liaquat warned of possible terror attack by TTP


The Interior Ministry has cautioned TV host and previous common clergyman for religious undertakings Amir Liaquat Hussain of a conceivable aggressor assault over his late “comments against religious identities”.

“It has been learnt that the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) frauds are wanting to target Amir Liaquat Hussain, previous pastor for religious issues Sindh and a famous TV grapple/have for the most part because of his announcements against ‘moulvis’,” a warning issued a week ago by the service of inside guaranteed.

The notice forewarned the TV host to stay watchful with respect to his “own security” and “development examples” to keep away from any untoward episode.

The TTP has been included in different dread exercises all through the nation, including doing substantial scale aggressor assaults on common and army bases, coercion and hijacking for payoff.


The Pakistan Army is at present occupied with a military operation Zarb-e-Azb propelled in 2014 to find nearby terrorist safehouses from the nation. Zarb-e-Azb started on June 15, 2014 after a shameless terrorist assault on Karachi air terminal and the disappointment of peace talks between the legislature and the prohibited Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP).

Authorities guarantee that more than 3,000 activists have been murdered subsequent to the dispatch of the hostile with powers vowing to heighten operations both in the fringe districts and the nation over.

On February 24 this year, the Pakistan Army propelled its last stage to pursue the terrorists still squatted in the key Shawal valley of North Waziristan Agency, one of the seven semi-independent locales in the nation’s North West.

Zarb-e-Azb seems to have positively affected aggressor assaults, which have been down by and large, with some stunning special cases, for example, the December slaughter by Taliban shooters of more than 130 youngsters at a school in Peshawar.

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