Landikotal (Pakistan), Aug 3(ANI): The Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has said that it will continue its resistance until the Pakistan government parts ways with the US-led NATO forces.
TTP spokesman Azam Tariq said that NATO's newly appointed Afghan war commander, General David Petraeus, was dictating the government and forces in Pakistan to secure US interests here.
"Pakistan has become a part of the NATO plan, which would further create problems for the country," The Daily Times quoted Tariq, as saying.
He also said that the US-led forces were facing a humiliating defeat in Afghanistan.
"The Taliban would stand victorious in Afghanistan against the evil forces of the US and NATO," he said.
Tariq further paid tribute to Faisal Shahzad, confessed Times Square bomb plotter, for his "bold activities" in the US, and said that he had rendered great sacrifices to uphold the cause of Islam. America is not safe on its own land," he added. (ANI)