Banned Pakistani Taliban group declares war against government
Islamabad, June 12 (ANI): The banned Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has asked the Mehsud tribesmen of South Waziristan to leave their homes, claiming that the Taliban are in a state of war with the government of Pakistan, according to a TTP pamphlet.
The TTP has also asked government servants to quit their jobs or face their ire. The pamphlet is written in Urdu with the title "Warning to those who are involved in the rehabilitation process of South Waziristan", reports The Nation.
The pamphlet said: "We appeal all the people of South Waziristan to leave their homes for safer places, as we are in a state of war (with the government of Pakistan). All contractors, non-governmental organisation workers are our targets, as we have never allowed anybody to carry out work here. We declare 'Aam Maafi' (general amnesty) for all those who leave the area."
"Nobody would be spared if he was found working in sectors like education, health and local levies or if he is worker of any NGOs. They would be termed as offenders. Those chieftains who signed agreements for the rehabilitation of South Waziristan and sent back the migrated to this particular area are our prime targets," it further said. (ANI)
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