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Top politicians including the Prime Minister of Pakistan are under threat from the Taliban

Top politicians including the Prime Minister of Pakistan are under threat from the Taliban

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Top politicians including the Prime Minister of Pakistan are under threat from the Taliban

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The country's armed group Tehreek-e Taliban (TTP) has threatened to take "stern action" against Pakistan's top politicians. These politicians include Pakistan Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif and Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari. TTP says that the government's declaration of 'war' against them is the reason for this threat.
TTP is also known as the Pakistani Taliban. They have ideological similarities with the ruling Taliban in Afghanistan. TTP spokesperson Muhammad Khorasani said in a statement on Wednesday, "TTP has not taken any action against political parties for a long time. If the two parties stick to their position, action will be taken against the leaders of the parties."
TTP refers to two parties Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP). The two main parties in Pakistan's current coalition government are the PML-N and the PPP. Prime Minister Shahbaz is the head of PML-N. Bilawal is leading the PPP.
A few days ago, Pakistan's National Security Committee (NSC) announced that they will not make any concessions in eliminating terrorism in Pakistan. After this came to a threat message from TTP. TTP says, 'Our target is Pakistan's security forces. They are working against the interests of the country at the behest of the West.
The TTP carried out at least 150 attacks in Pakistan throughout 2022. It caused many casualties. Meanwhile, the TTP withdrew from the ceasefire agreement signed with the Pakistan government last November. The deal was brokered by the Afghan Taliban. After withdrawing from the pact, the group's leaders ordered TTP fighters to carry out more attacks.
In a statement issued on Wednesday, the TTP alleged that the Pakistani government was acting on behalf of the US. The statement said Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif was trying to please the US by 'declaring war' against the TTP. However, it is not clear to the TTP how the government fell into the trap of US mismanagement.
Meanwhile, the United States has supported the decision of the NSC to eradicate terrorism. The US government says, 'Pakistan has the right to protect itself from terrorism. In addition, last Tuesday, the spokesman of the US State Department, Ned Price, said that the Taliban should comply with the promise that the soil of Afghanistan will not be used for international terrorism.
The reason for Ned Price's comments is that the Pakistani government is alleging that the Taliban is harboring TTP leaders on Afghan soil. However, Kabul has been denying the allegations. "The Taliban have so far failed to keep their promises," Price said.

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