Soft spots from where Taliban can reach Islamabad have been protected

AfghanistanSoft spots from where Taliban can reach Islamabad have been protected

Map of possible routes of attacking Islamabad by Taliban

Map of possible routes of attacking Islamabad by Taliban
Map of possible routes of attacking Islamabad by Taliban

 

Islamabad: Law enforcing agencies have worked out to protect dangerous spots over Pak-Afghan border while attacking hideouts of Taliban. Government has already decided place forces on Margala Hills dividing Islamabad from Haripur district, claim sources.

According to sources, Ustal Pass connecting Chitral Valley with Nooristan area of Afghanistan is considered as most dangerous spot for infiltration from Afghan border by Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP). Sources also claim that Pakistan is also receiving intelligence from United States regarding hideouts on Pak-Afghan Border.

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