Pakistan government fears terrorists' reprisal over executions

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Islamabad, Feb 26: Pakistan's interior ministry on Wednesday warned that banned outfits in the country could wage terror attacks to bring to a halt executions of their operatives, media reported.

The ministry in a letter written to the provinces stated that a banned outfit sought help from Al Qaeda for carrying out attacks in the country, however, after refusal from there it joined hands with another banned militant organisation.

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It stated that the organisation may hold common people captive for the release of its affiliates kept at different jails.

The letter further stated that a man named Abdul Rahman, resident of Kabirwala, South Punjab has planned terror attacks in the country.

IANS

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