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Jihadi groups plan to kill 'three CMs' of Pak provinces

January 25, 2011 - Sheikhpura

Jihadi groups have reached an agreement on killing the chief ministers of three Pakistani provinces- the Punjab, Balochistan and Sindh, according to sources.

The Interior Ministry has issued a directive, ordering strict security for the chief ministers and governors of Pakistan, The News reports.

The reason behind the directive is stated to be a secret agencies' report, which says that extremists belonging to various Jihadi groups had reached a consensus on killing the three chief ministers- Punjab CM Shahbaz Sharif, Balochistan CM Nawab Aslam Raisani and Sindh CM Syed Qaim Ali Shah.


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