Pak Taliban sets up new group to avenge US drone attacks
Islamabad: A new group associated with banned Tehreek-e-TalibanPakistan (TTP) has emerged to take revenge against US drone attacks in Waziristan.
The Daily Times reports that the group, previously known as `Ansarul Mujahideen`, has claimed responsibility for attack on Bovia Check post.
According to the report, the group spokesman Abu Baseer said some English speaking journalists were putting their lives at risk by supporting drone attacks.
Baseer claimed that there were hundreds of Mujahideen who have entered into the battle field to avenge the missile attacks by pilotless US drones.
Baseer further added that the attacks on Bovia, Asia and Dum Deel check posts were just a beginning and their forthcoming major attacks are going to surprise the world.
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