Daesh’s head stayed in Pakistan for five to six months: Rehman Malik

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Published in Pakistan
Wednesday, 30 December 2015

Daesh’s head stayed in Pakistan for five to six months: Rehman Malik

Pakistan Peoples Party’s leader and former federal interior minister Senator Rehman Malik told that Daesh has been giving threats to Pakistan. He said that he was criticized for no reason when he revealed that Daesh’s meeting had taken place in a mosque of Gujranwala. He further said “there are proofs that Daesh’s head had stayed in Pakistan for five to six months”.

Senator Rehman Malik was talking to media outside the Parliament House. He said “it will be difficult to stop Daesh if it starts moving from mountainous areas towards other areas”.

He asked PM Nawaz Sharif to immediately call a meeting of all parties and stake holders to prepare a plan for resolving all issues, including Daesh. While talking about Rangers’ powers Rehaman Malik said “there is no conflict between the centre and Sindh rather only a difference of opinion that will soon resolve. We want Rangers to continue the operation in Karachi and we will support Pakistan army and Ranger sin every step they will take against terrorism”.

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