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Detail Of Terrorism Update

12/20/2012

Pakistan      Six persons killed in separate incidents of violence in Karachi
Pakistan      Three more anti-polio campaigners shot dead in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
India      Two militants killed in Assam
India      Civilian killed in Manipur
India      Two SF personnel injured in Jammu and Kashmir
India      Three tribals abducted in Tripura
Pakistan      Hindu trader abducted in Balochistan
India      More explosives hidden by Maoists found in Odisha
Bangladesh      Six persons arrested in Chittagong to avoid violence
India      Four LTTE militants including 'electronics expert' arrested in Tamil Nadu
Bangladesh      One member of JeI and two ICS cadres arrested in Dhaka city
India      Maoists distribute posters, handbills in Bihar
India      Abducted village headman rescued in Meghalaya
Pakistan      UN anti-polio drive halted in Pakistan
India      Charges framed in Jnaneswari Express derailment case in West Bengal
Pakistan      A three-member Indian delegation arrives Pakistan in connection with 26/11 Mumbai terror attack probe
Pakistan      Punjab militant outfits in contact with Uzbek militants, Federal Minister Sheikh Waqas Akram told National Assembly
India      Decline in Naxal-related incidents, claims Chhattisgarh Government
India      Blasts at Uttar Pradesh courts joint work of HuJI-IM, asserts ATS
Pakistan      United States asks Pakistan to dismantle Lashkar-e-Toiba
Pakistan      Pakistan ranked third as 2012 deadliest year on record for journalists
Pakistan      ISI and its former chiefs enjoy immunity, says US
India      US immunity to ISI in 26/11 case annoys India
Nepal      Political forces decide to take alternative political course for nomination of the new PM







 
Pakistan
Punjab militant outfits in contact with Uzbek militants, Federal Minister Sheikh Waqas Akram told National Assembly

Banned militant outfits in Punjab have contacts with Uzbek militants who charge USD 40,000 for carrying out terrorist attacks in Pakistan, Federal Minister Sheikh Waqas Akram told the National Assembly on December 18, reports Dawn. During December 18’s session, Federal Minister Sheikh Waqas Akram told the assembly that the Uzbek militants were in contact with the banned outfits in Punjab, adding that the members of these banned organisations could be seen wearing shirts of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU). “These (Uzbek) militants demand a payment of USD 40,000 to perform terrorist attacks on Pakistani soil,” he told the assembly. Akram, who belongs to ruling coalition partner the Pakistan Muslim League - Qaida (PML-Q), said Interior Minister Rehman Malik should stop “spinning tales” and take definitive action against these banned militant outfits.

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