Another trouble for Pak caught in political and economic crisis, TTP declares war

Another big trouble is going to come in front of Pakistan surrounded by economic and political crisis. Pakistan, which gives shelter to terror, is itself sitting on the powder keg of terror. Pakistan Taliban has declared war here. In June, there was a ceasefire agreement between the Pakistan Taliban and the government. But now by blasting in Quetta Pakistan has opened front in Taliban.

Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan said in a statement that they have avenged the killing of their spokesman Abdul Wali by targeting the police in Balochistan. Banned terrorist organization in Pakistan has ordered its fighters to attack. The special thing is that just a few days back a new army chief has been appointed in Pakistan. In such a situation, it has to be seen what measures will be taken by the Pakistan Army to deal with the Taliban.

On the other hand, talk about the political crisis, it does not seem to be reducing in Pakistan. The ongoing war for the chair between former Prime Minister Imran Khan and current PM Shehbaz Sharif is pushing Pakistan into a deep pit of economic crisis. Instead of rescuing the country from the crisis, both the leaders are busy in mutual enmity and threatening each other.

Tell that Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) was born in 2007. Pakistani jihadi who sided with the Taliban in Afghanistan in the 1990s. After this Islamabad supported America. This Taliban group of Pakistan is different from Afghanistan Taliban but it is considered an ally of the same. After Taliban capture in Afghanistan, Taliban has become strong in Pakistan too.

Terrorist attacks in Pakistan have also increased by 51 per cent since the Taliban came to power in Kabul. Between 13 August 2021 and 14 August 2022, there were 250 terrorist attacks in which 433 people lost their lives. In these, 719 people were injured. There have been 132 terrorist attacks in the last three months.

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