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CTD arrests suspicious man from PM office

ISLAMABAD: The Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) detained a suspect from the Prime Minister’s residence.

According to sources, the suspicious man entered the Prime Minister’s residence three days ago via various routes.

According to sources, the suspicious man claimed to be from Afghanistan.

The CTD, Police, and other law enforcement agencies have launched an investigation to determine how the man gained access to the Prime Minister’s residence.

Previously, the National Security Committee (NSC) approved a multi-pronged comprehensive operation with the government and the nation’s support to eradicate the threat of terrorism from the country with renewed resolve, determination.

The committee declared that the recent wave of terrorism was the result of a soft corner and the absence of a well-thought-out policy against the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), which was declared a terrorist organization but, contrary to public expectations and wishes, terrorists were allowed to return without hindrance under the previous policy. It went on to say that dangerous TTP terrorists were released from prisons in the name of restoring trust.

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