Intelligence: Interior ministry raised alert a week ago

The federal interior ministry had issued an alert warning security agencies to beef up security across the country.

Asad Kharal May 22, 2011


Intelligence reports had warned police and other security agencies that terrorist outfits, including the banned Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), were planning to carry out such attacks on army, navy and air force installations.

The report had suggested that the TTP was very likely to mount attacks like the one they carried out, targeting a navy bus on April 26 in Karachi.

The federal interior ministry had issued an alert, warning police and other law-enforcement agencies to beef up security across the country.

Sources said that the despite ample intelligence warnings and a security alert issued by the interior ministry, Sunday’s attack had occurred because of a security breach.

Published in The Express Tribune, May 23rd, 2011.


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Azman | 10 years ago | Reply Well, USA used 60 million dollar stealth helicopter. According to Interior Minister, six terrorists climbed over the wall, entered into the base destroyed two state of the art spy planes, killed atleast eleven persons and two left the base again climbing those walls.
saeed ahmad | 10 years ago | Reply @faraz: no sir... these are your CIA friends
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