Lahore, May 21 (ANI): Seven highly trained Iraqi Al-Qaeda masterminds have entered Pakistan, the country's intelligence agencies have revealed here.
According to sources, the government has directed law-enforcement agencies to take immediate action against the militants to nab them.
The militants are planning to train 'like-minded people' and target top government officials, including President Asif Ali Zardari, the chief ministers of the four provinces and intelligence agencies' officers and commanders, BBC Urdu reports.
Embassies of non-Muslim and pro-US Muslim countries situated in Islamabad could also be targeted by Al-Qaeda.
The intelligence reports further added that Al Qaeda commanders had met in Afghanistan earlier this month and decided to continue supporting the Taliban in Pakistan. (ANI)