Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan Letter Says Pakistan Deal Atom Bomb Amid Economy Crisis
Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan Letter: The condition of Pakistan is bad. The view is that there is only one way left for Pakistan to avoid default and that is help from the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Amidst these circumstances, Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has now issued a letter. In this, the reasons for the worsening economic conditions of the neighboring country have been mentioned. TTP says that corrupt politicians and their puppet generals are responsible for these bad economic conditions.
TTP says that these two sections are the ones who are looting the treasury of Pakistan. Such people are brought into the army who have expertise in snatching morsels from the mouths of common people. According to Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan, the hard work of the great scientist of Pakistan is being wasted and the atom bomb has also been negotiated.
‘These people are naming the lands after themselves’
In the letter issued by Tehreek-e-Taliban, it has been said that these corrupt politicians and journalists are doing the precious lands of Punjab in their own name. All the property of the country has been put at stake regarding motor and airport. Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan has appealed to the people that the country will not be benefited until such corrupt politicians and their puppet generals are chased away.
Increased difficulties of Pak government and army
This letter has been issued to the people of Pakistan against the issue of fatwa issued by Pakistan Army. After this letter came to the fore, the difficulties of both the Pakistani government and the army have increased. People across the country have started picketing at various places, on the other hand, Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan, which is living in Pakistan and taking training in terrorist training camps, has now started raising its voice against the Pakistani army and government like Bhasmasur.
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