Taliban militants torch TVs, mobiles in Waziristan
Islamabad: The Pakistani Taliban confiscated computers, television sets and mobile phones from residents of the largest town of the restive South Waziristan tribal region and set them on fire at a market, according to a media report on Saturday.
The militants set on fire over a dozen computers,
television sets and cellular phones and several cassettes at
the bazar in Wana, the main town of South Waziristan Agency,
The Taliban militants, who belonged to a faction led by
Maulvi Nazeer, said they had already banned the use of TV sets
and computers for watching movies and playing music.
They said they had also banned mobile phones with
The militants, who claimed people were defying their ban,
seized over a dozen TV sets, computers and mobile phones and
several cassettes, reportedly with music, from local
residents, The News daily reported.
Before burning the items they had confiscated, the
militants closed the main road passing through Wana?s Rustam
A large number of tribesmen gathered to watch the
militants burning the TV sets and computers.
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