TTP responded Bilawal Bhutto tweet
TTP responded to tweet of Bilawal Bhutto
PESHAWAR: Omar Khorasani, the personal secretary of Omar Khalid Khorasani who is the leader of the Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) in the Mohmand Agency, called Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) patron-in-chief Bilawal Bhutto Zardari a ‘bewaqoof bacha’, saying that he can give an answer to Bilawal but his elders stopped him answering fool children.
بلاول میں تمہیں جواب دے سکتاہوں مگر بڑوں نے بے وقوف بچوں کو جواب دینے سے منع کیاہے
— omar khorasani (@omarkhorasani1) February 21, 2014
His response came after Bilawal wrote on twitter about the TTP and its spokesman Shahidullah Shahid, saying that there is nothing Islamic in the terror outfit and its spokesman can’t read.
shahid ullah shahid said theres nothing islamic in PKs constitution.He clearly can’t read. The truth is there is noting Islamic in the #TTP
— BilawalBhuttoZardari (@BBhuttoZardari) February 21, 2014
Earlier, the TTP spokesman in a press statement from an undisclosed location said that the government wanted that Taliban to accept the constitution of Pakistan through dialogue. He said that this constitution did not have a single Islamic clause in it.
Moreover, Omar Khorasani denied that the TTP Mohmand chapter released the video of beheading of 23 Frontier Corps (FC) soldiers, saying that propaganda is being launched by describing various videos on social media as the video of FC soldiers.
سوشل میڈیا پر مختلف ویڈیوز کو قتل کئےگئےایف سی اہلکاروں کی ویڈیوز قراردیکرپروپیگنڈہ کیاجارہاہے ہم نےان اہلکاروں کی کوئ ویڈیو جاری نہیں کی۔
— omar khorasani (@omarkhorasani1) February 20, 2014
It is pertinent to mention that Dispatch News Desk (DND) while posting the video of FC soldiers on its website clearly mentioned that ‘Credibility of this video is NOT confirmed’.
Now, it has also been confirmed by the TTP’s Mohmand chapter that the video of beheading of 23 FC soldiers is not authentic.
On February 17, the TTP’s Mohmand chapter said that it executed 23 FC soldiers who were kidnapped by the terror outfit in 2010 from Shongari checkpost in Mohmand Agency, to avenge what it said was the custodial killing of Taliban fighters in various parts of Pakistan.