Abbottabad once again pulls in media

Saturday, January 28th, 2012 3:34:20 by

Abbottabad once again pulls in media

Abbottabad, which stayed on world radar because of US-raid that killed Al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden, has once again become centre of concentration.

Interestingly, this time too terrorism is the essence of fame.

Media reported that unidentified assailants hit a volley of rockets at the Pakistan Military Academy (PMA), Kakul, a day after Chief of Army Staff General Ashfaq Pervez Kayani when visited the training centre.

It was not an attack in isolation, as reports across the country voice of resumed strikes on military security forces.

In a recent attack, six personnel of Frontier Constabulary (FC), who were deployed for security of a foreign company, were shot dead by unknown miscreants in Dera Bugti, Balochistan.

In the meantime, Federal Interior Minister Rehman Malik quoting intelligence reports claimed that eight would-be suicide bombers have been acceded in the twin cities, Rawalpindi and Islamabad.

In the recent days, attacks on law enforcement agencies are confusing the situation as the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has by now announced stoppage of hostilities against Pakistani forces.

Despite the government’s operations against militants particularly against TTP, and their associated groups, they have still been able to spread their influence in various regions of the country and have killed hundreds of people.

According to the some media reports that of thousands of NATO containers, which went missing during shipment through Pakistan, were unloaded and distributed in the country. It is vital to note it here that most of them containers were full of arms and ammunition. Likewise, dollarization of FATA is known to all as do its notorious aims.

All in all, a foregone conclusion, that some foreign hands including those claiming to be our friends are taking advantage of the situationĀ  and are aiding and abetting terrorists and miscreants in their attempt to destabilize the country.

In this crucial times, intelligence agencies should focus on militancy rather than meddling in politics, so as to reveal the hidden hands behind renewed escalation of carnage in the country.

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