TTP orders countrywide attack, ceasefire agreement with Pak government ends

Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan

Islamabad: Once again there is a cloud of crisis in Pakistan. The banned Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) on Monday called off the indefinite ceasefire agreed with the government in June. Not only this, he has also ordered his terrorists to attack across the country. The terrorist group says that it took this step because military operations are going on in different areas against the Mujahideen.

The banned group said the decision to end the ceasefire was taken after military organizations launched a series of frequent attacks in Bannu and Lakki Marwat areas of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province. Now our retaliatory attacks will also start all over the country.

Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan

This is a matter of concern for Pakistan as this terrorist organization’s statement has come at a time when the England cricket team is a day away from coming to Pakistan to play the first test-series after 17 years and on the other hand the new army chief has also taken over. have accepted. In such a situation, this statement can be heavy for Pakistan.

Tell that TTP was established in 2007. It is also known as Pakistan Taliban. Its main objective is to enforce its strict brand of Islam throughout Pakistan. Since its statement, no statement has been issued by the Government of Pakistan. Significantly, the TTP declared a ceasefire with the government in June, but attacks on security forces never stopped. The group never claimed responsibility and instead blamed separate groups for those attacks.