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‘Urging the Taliban: Islamabad demands action against militants’

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Pakistan’s capital city, Islamabad, is seeking to get the Taliban’s reclusive supreme leader to clamp down on militants in the wake of a recent suicide bombing that claimed the lives of many police officers in a mosque. With the Taliban back in power in Kabul, the neighboring regions in Pakistan have seen a significant surge in violent attacks, where militants utilize the rugged terrains to launch their raids and avoid being discovered.

Investigators have pointed fingers at an affiliate of the banned Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), the most prominent militant group in the area, for the devastating bombing that took place in Peshawar last Monday and left 84 people dead inside a secure police headquarters.

It’s worth mentioning that the TTP shares a common ancestry and ideology with the Afghan Taliban, led by Hibatullah Akhundzada who issues his orders from a secret location in Kandahar, in the south.

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