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Pakistan: Taliban terrorists are not listening to the Government of Pakistan, refused to release the hostages

Pankaj Prasad
Pakistani Taliban militants
Pakistani Taliban militants

The Pakistan government is not able to get rid of some people taken hostage two days back from the clutches of Taliban in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.

The Pakistan government has not been able to capture an anti-terrorist center in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province two days ago and free some hostages. Taliban terrorists are not ready to listen to a single word from the Government of Pakistan. According to media reports, the terrorists have demanded the security forces to provide them a helicopter to reach Afghanistan safely.

Pakistani Taliban militants stormed an anti-terrorist center and took some people hostage in Bannu district of Pakistan's restive Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, killing at least two policemen and injuring several others.

One of the terrorists, who were arrested and being interrogated at the Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) police station inside the cantonment, snatched an AK-47 from the police and opened fire on Sunday. Made it go He then released the other suspects held in the building who had taken control of the premises. They also took several policemen hostage.

Situation tense even 48 hours after the incident The situation is tense even 48 hours after the incident as the military operation continues. Former provincial chief minister Akram Khan Durrani and current provincial minister Malik Shah Muhammad have arrived in Bannu to initiate talks with the militants.

Both Durrani and Muhammad are residents of Bannu. The terrorists have demanded the security forces to provide them a helicopter to reach Afghanistan safely. The Express Tribune newspaper reported that District Police Officer (DPO) Bannu Mohammad Iqbal said there was no attack from outside and that during interrogation one of the terrorists snatched a rifle from the police and overpowered the guard posted in the building.