Islamabad: Pakistan’s Ministry of Interior has declared country’s capital as an ‘extremely dangerous’ city. Ministry’s report says that Islamabad has become a hub of banned organisation members, including al-Qaeda, Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) and Lashkar-e-Jhangvi
Ministry report pointed that weapons and terrorists have a free movement into the country from the eastern and western borders as the miscreants were engaged in terror activities in Pakistan.
Moreover, the report said that Baluchistan and Azad Kashmir were plagued by terrorism. Pakistani Punjab also was under threat from the LeJ and TTP. Sindh was under threat from al-Qaeda, LeJ, TTP and other nationalist parties. The officials said 60 banned outfits were operating in Baluchistan and similar was the case of Azad Kashmir where India was interfering.