Rehman Malik warns of more terror attacks across Pakistan in coming days
Islamabad, Nov. 20 (ANI): Pakistan Interior Minister Rehman Malik has warned of more terror attacks across the country in the coming days, adding that a third party was involved in the violent activities in Karachi and other cities during Muharram.
Malik said Karachi and Quetta are being targeted through organised campaigns, reports The News.
Malik has instructed the chief secretaries of all the provinces and law enforcement authorities to direct the public to park their motorcycles half a kilometre away from Imambargahs and cars a kilometre away from religious gatherings.
Malik also ruled out sectarian divide in the country saying, "there is no sectarianism in Pakistan and everyone is Muslim".
Malik said that after November 30, all unregistered SIMs would be blocked. (ANI)
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