US rewarded Rs 71 crore on Pak terrorists, including name of TTP chief Fazlullah


The US has announced a reward of 110 million dollars (71.6 million rupees) in the name of Pakistan’s three most wanted terrorists. A US State Department has announced a reward of $ 50 million (Rs 32.5 crore) for the identity of the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan chief Maulana Fazlullah or his address.

At the same time, the US has announced a reward of $ 3 million (about 20 million) for the informer Abdul Wali and the informer of the terrorist Lashkar-e-Islam, Mangal Bagh, Jamaat-ul-Ahrar. The announcement of the reward for Pakistani terrorists took place at a time when Pakistani Foreign Secretary Tahmina Jangwa is on a US tour.

Terrorist Fazlullah is the head of Pakistan’s banned terrorist outfit Tehreek-e-Taliban. TTP was banned and declared as a global terrorist organization in September 2010. Fazlullah has done many terrorist attacks. He had attacked Malala Yusufzai.

In November 2013, Fazlullah was elected the leader of the Tehrik-e-Taliban. Tehrik-i-Taliban is the same organization which took responsibility for the attack on an Army Public School in Peshawar, Pakistan. About 151 people, including 134 children, were killed in the attack.

In order to carry out their plans, Abdul Wali, a terrorist of Jamaat-ul-Ahar, lives in Nangarhar and Kunar province of Afghanistan and from there runs terror activities. Wali has been involved in several terrorist attacks and has taken responsibility for the many terrorist attacks in Pakistan. According to the information, terrorists earn money from the traps, kidnapping, Pakistan and Afghanistan, which cross the border.

According to reports, the reward was announced after meeting between Pakistan Foreign Secretary Tahmina Janjua and Trump Administration officials in the White House on Friday.

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