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    Baitullah Mehsud, LJ gang up in Karachi

    Baitullah Mehsud, LJ gang up in Karachi

    KARACHI: Baitullah Mehsud, the defunct Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (LJ) and other outlawed jihadi organizations have prepared a joint strategy for Karachi, Daily Times learnt on Wednesday.

    An intelligence agency official told Daily Times that Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) Chief Baitullah Mehsud has established contact with different splinter groups in Karachi.

    The newly established group is currently under Raheemullah alias Naeem alias Ali Hassan, son of Wilayat Khan, of the Chakkarzai caste. He lives on Street 3, Shehzad Cinema, Qasba Colony, Orangi Town. Raheemullah, 35, usually wears a Sindhi cap and was affiliated with the LJ and Harkatul Mujahideen.

    It has recently been revealed that Raheemullah led various terrorist activities in Karachi, including those behind the assassination of Shia scholar and MMA Sindh leader Allama Hassan Turabi. Raheemullah dropped the suicide bomber, Karim, to the spot chosen for the attack. He was also involved in the suicide blast at Nishtar Park, which claimed several lives. The sources said that the law enforcement agencies have arrested several members his group, Sultan Mehmood, Mufti Zakir and others.

    However, other members of the group are still at large and are now planning to sabotage the network of the group cracking down on terrorist groups. Daily Times learnt that Raheemullah established contact with Baitullah Mehsud and took on many Karachi-based activists, including Qari Abid Mehsud, Khalid Dare Walla, Mufti Ilyas, Colonel Tufaan, Qari Hussain Mehsud, Abdul Wahad Mehsud of Kunwari Colony in Metroville and Faizullah Mehsud, a resident of Sohrab Goth, as his associates. Qari Hussain Mehsud recently joined the group to provide suicide bombers and Abdul Wahab Mehsud is now running a training camp at Badar, a remote area in Afghanistan. faraz khan.



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