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PESHAWAR – The recent attacks by NATO in Pakistani areas may backlash in the shape of terror attacks across Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
According to sources, Governor KP Owais Ahmad Ghani has expressed concerns over the possible backlash of these attacks and a report had been sent to the Centre expressing reservations on these attacks.
The reservations sent to the Centre included the detailed reports from FATA Secretariat, Political Agent Kurram and Bajaur Agencies and law enforcement agencies.
The Governor has informed the high-ups of security forces and Federal Government about possible attacks feared to hit KP once again as result of recent violations of Pakistani border and airspace by NATO/US forces. The Governor has also asked them to take up strong measures for avoiding such attacks in future.
Meanwhile, security officials based in North Waziristan informed TheNation that these attacks along with massive drone attacks in NW was aimed at pressing Pakistan Army to launch an operation in the area.
According to the officials, the forces and the local Taliban in NW are observing restrain in attacking each others while abiding by the peace deals in the areas, however, the growing drone attacks are an attempt to provoke militants, which could result in the renewed war in the area.
The tribesmen in NW are also acting patiently and have opted for peaceful protest against drone attacks, as shops, markets and bazaars were remained closed in the four main towns of North Waziristan on Thursday.
Friday, October 1, 2010
Aslam o Alikum Brothers and Sisters, I request you all that Please boycott electricity bill November 2010, How we can afford all kind of illegal expenses that this govt. impose on us by hoq by croq. Remember if you'll not stand this time they'll create obstacle of the obstacle in your life, even taxes'll impose on your breath come and your breath out tax. So we altogether stand not to pay November 2010 bill until they reduce the electricity charges and other part of life things and taxes.Brother i'm asking you to stand for yourselves. If we wait for Leader then remember this Allah Us Qoom Ki Halat nai badalta........
Please Give your precious comments and oath that you'll not pay the electricity bill Nov 2010.
ISLAMABAD: Amid a dramatic increase in drone attacks on militants in the Waziristan tribal region, CIA chief Leon Panetta arrived here on Wednesday for talks with Pakistan's civil and military leadership.
Panetta's visit to Islamabad also coincides with reports in the media that Western intelligence agencies had uncovered a plot by Pakistani militants to carry out an attack in London and key cities in France and Germany. However, Pakistani officials have dismissed the reports.
Panetta is scheduled to meet Inter-Services Intelligence agency chief Lt Gen Ahmed Shuja Pasha, army chief Gen Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani and President Asif Ali Zardari, officials were quoted as saying by TV news channels.
Panetta's talks with the Pakistani leadership will focus on counter-terrorism cooperation, the situation in Afghanistan and other regional issues.
There was no official word from either side about the CIA chief's visit and such trips are traditionally kept away from the media glare.
The CIA chief's visit comes amidst a dramatic increase in drone attacks on militants in the Waziristan tribal region.
There have been 21 drone strikes in the region this month - the highest figure for any single month since the attacks began in 2004.
Media reports said a US drone strike on Saturday killed Sheikh Fateh al-Masri, Al Qaida's operational chief for Afghanistan and Pakistan.