Video shows Pakistani Taliban leader "Mullah Radio" still alive

15:52, July 23, 2010      

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Pakistani Taliban leader Moulvi Fazlullah alias "Mullah Radio", who had reportedly been killed in May, is reported to be still alive and threatened to launch suicide attacks in a latest video release, local media reported Friday.

A video released on Thursday showed Fazlullah addressing a group of 300 suicide bombers prepared to launch a fresh wave of suicide attacks across the country. Mullah Radio was also seen threatening the Awami National Party (ANP), which is ruling the troubled northwest Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, as prime target of its suicide bombers cadre.

The Pakistani security forces have declared Moulvi Fazlullah and a group of 50 other absconding accomplices as most wanted proclaimed offenders, local television channels DAWN and ARY reported citing official sources.

Fazlullah, who led the disbanded Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) in the scenic Swat area, had reportedly been killed along with six other Taliban commanders in Nuristan province of Afghanistan on May 27.

Source: Xinhua

(Editor:张茜)

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