Security forces put up posters of wanted militants in Swat
Peshawar: Security forces on Thursday put up
posters of wanted militants in the restive Swat district in
northwest Pakistan and called on people to inform authorities
about their presence in the area.
The posters were put up at Green Chowk, Hajiabad and
other prominent places in Mingora, the main town in Swat
The posters carried photos of absconding Taliban
commander Muslim Khan and other militants like Zafar Ali,
Fazle Wahab alias Faraz, Nek Zada alias Kaka, Muhammad Rahman,
Abdur Razaq, Muhammad Alam alias Sher Gul, Gul Zamin alias Ali
and Muhammad Shoaib.
"These terrorists are enemies of Islam and are involved
in anti-state and anti-people activities. Therefore, anybody
who has any information or sees them must inform the security
forces so that they can be taken to task," said a message
written on the posters.
The government had given sufficient time to the wanted
militants to surrender, however majority of them avail the
facility while few are still at large.
Their families have been evicted by the forces from their
native areas and shifted to camps setup outside Swat district.
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