Twelve Militants Killed in Swat
Twelve militants were killed in Dara during security forces operation in Swat on Tuesday. According to a news report security forces operation to wipe out militants from swat is further intensified and in Swat district curfew has been imposed, but Swat is still dominated by militants, militants have established their own courts in ten different areas of Swat and are convicting people in these courts.
The largest court has been established in Peuchar area of Swat where Taliban militant leader Maulana Fazalullah and his other important followers reside. Maulana Fazalullah issues directions to public in Swat through his FM radio channel and people in Swat do listen to the broad casts of his radio station, so they can follow the code of conduct given by him to avoid punishments from his courts.
Eighty six persons including ex ministers, present ministers, bureaucrats, office bearers of political parties, members of assemblies, Nazims and other important persons are summoned by Maulana Fazlullah to appear before Taliban judges for explanation of their conduct.
Prime Minister Syed Iftikhar Hussain Gailani has denounced the existence of parallel Taliban militant’s courts in Swat and his advisor Mr. Rehman Malik has said that within two to three weeks government writ will be reestablished in Swat.
A source has said that in Shahu Khel area of Hangu one police check post was captured by Taliban militants on Tuesday and brother of MPA Atiq ur Rehman was also abducted from Hangu.
According to a news report in Bajure tribal area militants had destroyed four residences of tribal Maliks in Bajure on Tuesday, boys college buildings were also partially damaged when powerful bomb was exploded in it.
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