Lahore: The plan to destabilize the Zarb-e-Azb operation in Waziristan launched against terrorists has been unmasked. The recent cases of communal terrorism in the country were part of the scheme against the Zarb-e-Azb operation and after realizing this, instructions have been given to closely monitor the activities of various suspicious organizations.
According to details, information has been received about a planned targeted operation from one of the extremist organization in Karachi. After this information, steps have been taken to take the prominent members of the Ahl-e-Sunnat wal-Jamaat, Lashkar Jhangvi, Sipah Mohammad Pakistan, Jaish-e-Mohammad and various other groups under protective custody. After the information given by some sensitive organization, the National Counter Terrorism Authority has instructed the other organizations to stay on high alert.
A letter has been issued by the National counter terrorism authority to the chief secretary of the four provinces to inform about the possible attacks by some extremist organizations to heighten sectarianism and some of the banned organizations are also involved in this plan. The letter instructs them to monitor the activities of the suspected organizations and to submit a report on a daily basis to the interior ministry.
Messages against any sect will be dealt with severely. All sort of literature will be checked and the unlawful usage of loud speakers will also be checked. A list of more than 12 organizations and individuals has been released that are under the threat of terrorist attacks, which also include former federal minister Qamar Zaman Kaira, Former interior minister Rehman Malik and his brother Mehmood Malik, members of Pakistan Muslim League Q, former federal minister Firdous Ashiq Awan, Dr Naseem uddin and Mohammad Ameen.