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Pakistan is reaping what was sown, the terrorists kidnapped the Finance Minister; Foreign tourists were also made captive

On Saturday, terrorists kidnapped a minister and some tourists in Pakistan. In return, these terrorists had demanded the release of the jihadis in Pakistan’s jail. According to media reports, the matter is of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Gilgit Baltistan. It is said that this kidnapping has been carried out by Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan. The terrorists had surrounded the main road connecting Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) with Gilgit-Baltistan (GB). It is said that later the terrorists left everyone. At the same time, the terrorists have given 10 days to fulfill the demand.

Gilgit was going from Islamabad
According to the information, Pakistan’s Finance Minister Obaidullah Baig was going from Islamabad to Gilgit along with two other people. During this time he was kidnapped. The terrorists kidnapped Pakistani minister Abdullah Baig and some tourists. The terrorists who have demanded the release of the kidnappers, had committed horrific murders of foreigners in the Nanga Parbat region. Apart from this, these terrorists were involved in other terrorist incidents in Diemer. Minister Baig has released a video after the terrorists were released from the clutches.

Act of most wanted terrorist
It is said that the most wanted terrorist Habibur Rahman of Gilgit-Baltistan carried out this abduction. According to Dawn newspaper Habibur Rahman is accused of killing 10 foreigners in Nanga Parbat. The militants also demanded the implementation of Islamic rules in the province and keeping women away from the sport. According to the information, information about this incident came to the fore when Pakistani senators from both sides of the corridor raised an alarm over the increase in terrorist activities by the banned Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan, while a senator raised the alarm about the recently issued threat warning. I asked for information. The Interior Ministry reported the increased risk of terrorist attacks by the banned organization.