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Sindh govt issues threat alert as ’13 suicide bombers enter Pakistan’

KARACHI: The Sindh Home Department has issued a ‘threat alert’ and informed the security agencies to beef up security at all sensitive installations including airports and airbases across the province in view of the looming terrorist threat.

According to the letter sent by in-charge crime monitoring cell, the home department said 13 suicide bombers belonging to Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan had entered Pakistan from Afghanistan under the command of Umar Naray and TTP commander Abu Zafar to launch assault on (unspecified) girls’ schools in Peshawar.

The letter, which has been sent to IG Sindh and Pakistan Rangers Sindh, said ‘likely’ attacks would be more deadly in nature as compared to Kharkano Market and Charssad University attack.

It requested the Sindh authorities to take necessary action, enhance vigilance and stringent security measures to ward off any untoward incident.

Another letter issued by Directorate of College Education, Karachi cautions about security threat to educational institutions.

It advised colleges across the city to rotate their closing hours as a security measure. It said entry of irrelevant vehicles inside colleges should strictly be banned.
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