A senior operative from the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) warned the Pakistani Army that suicide bombers from the organization will target army bases, unless the army reverses its plans to conduct a major operation in the Waziristan region. Ihsanullah Ihsan, the “spokesman” for TTP claimed in an emailed statement that the Pakistani army is planning to conduct a major counter-insurgency operation in the North Waziristan Agency, in the near future. He said that a “fitting reply” will be given to the Pak forces, in case they go forward with their planned mission.

According to Ihsan, the details about the operations have been obtained from the TTP operatives, who have infiltrated in to the army headquarters. He claimed that the army is planning to start the operation from the last week of August, with the help of artillery. Three units of the Pakistani Army are likely to take part in the operations, to be lead by an officer in the rank of Lieutenant Colonel.

The TTP official also said that the organization has already finalized the formation of the “fidayeen” squads, which will launch attacks against the army during the initial phase of the operation. Meanwhile, the officials from the Pakistan army have denied that they are planning for a major operation in the North Waziristan Agency. They also pointed out that most of the recent fighting has been limited to the Orakzai and Kurram Agencies, with Waziristan remaining more or less stable.

Earlier, the local government officials in Waziristan had signed a peace treaty with the local Taliban leader, Hafiz Gul Bahadur to limit the confrontations between the two sides. The peace treaty, which was signed in 2008, had resulted in a drop in the incidents of fighting in the region. However, it is not known how much effect this will have on the TTP, as Bahadur and his militia has distanced themselves from the organization for the last many years.

5 COMMENTS

  1. TTP is some what scared of this operation….soon we will get rid of these kharjes, inshallah…..

  2. RAW,CIA,MOSSAD,BND,MIVD TRAINED TALIBAN SENT TO PAKISTAN DAILY TO DESTABILIZE PAKISTAN INTERNALLY AND BLAME ITS NUCLEAR ASSETS NOT SAFE SOME ARE DIED WITH DRONE SOME ATTACK PAKISTANI CIVILIANS SOME ATTACK FORCES PROPAGANDA WAR A HEAD GOD BLESS THIS WHOLE WORLD TO GET RID OF SUCH PARASITES.THEY NEVER ATTACKED DANCE CLUBS AREAS WHERE FOREIGNERS LIVE AMERICAN UK EMBASSIES AND THEIR VEHICLES NEVER ATTACKED WHY THEY ALL TIME ATTACK ARMY MOSQUES CIVILIANS ETC No reason? have you not noticed what has occurred since 911? all the departments that have sprang up? the u.s. military bases? that have sprung up around the world? patriot act? ndaa? homeland security? tsa? if you think the “new world order” is just a myth, you better re-evaluate your view of their intentions. WHY DO VICTIMS REMAIN NAMELESS IN DRONE ATTACKS ? Letting Jews into America in the early 1900s turns out, in retrospect, to have been a big mistake.pushed AMERICA!!? to become empire of evil, Madness and hate.? The only media channel who fabricates and shows complete bias is the FOX news and CNN, BBC London SKY news some other channels. It’s path

  3. We are at war and fighting a war for our survival and we are ready for TTP. Let’s eliminate this disease forever.

  4. The United States, Russia, France, India and Israel have all developed missile defense systems CHINA AND PAKISTAN STILL SLEEPING?WAITING FOR ?

    Indian Ballistic Missile Defense Program
    The Ballistic Missile Defense Program is an initiative to develop and deploy a multi-layered ballistic missile defense system to protect India from ballistic missile attacks.[11][12]
    Introduced in light of the ballistic missile threat from Pakistan,[13] it is a double-tiered system consisting of two interceptor missiles, namely the Prithvi Air Defence (PAD) missile for high altitude interception, and the Advanced Air Defence (AAD) Missile for lower altitude interception. The two-tiered shield should be able to intercept any incoming missile launched 5,000 kilometers away.[14]
    PAD was tested in November 2006, followed by AAD in December 2007. With the test of the PAD missile, India became the fourth country to have successfully developed an Anti-ballistic missile system, after United States, Russia and Israel.[15] On March 6, 2009, India again successfully tested its missile defense shield, during which an incoming “enemy” missile was intercepted at an altitude of 75 km.[16]
    On 6 May 2012, it was announced that Phase-I is complete and can be deployed to protect two Indian cities at a short notice.[17][18] New Delhi, the national capital, and Mumbai, have been selected for the ballistic missile defence shield.[19] After successful implementation in Delhi and Mumbai, the system will be used to cover other major cities in the country.[20] This shield can destroy incoming ballistic missiles launched from as far as 2,500 km away. When the Phase II is completed and PDV is developed, the two anti-ballistic missiles can intercept targets up to 5,000 km both at exo and endo-atmospheric (inside the atmosphere) regions. The missiles will work in tandem to ensure a hit probability of 99.8 per cent.[21][22]
    Apart from DRDO’s endeavour to develop a potent missile defense, India is reportedly examining the Israeli Arrow, the Almaz design bureau’s S-300 PMU-1/-2 and S-400 and the Antey design bureau’s Antey 2500/S-300VM.[10] India has procured a squadron of S-300V systems which are in use as ‘anti-tactical ballistic missile screen’

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