Pakistan news of June 16, 2009 - Militants have global agenda - might move to Gulf, India

2009-06-16 15:17:09 (GMT) (Caymanmama.com - Pakistan News News)

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Pakistan news of June 16, 2009

  • Pakistan FM warn militants with global agenda might move to Gulf and India
  • Pakistan military and air force stand together in the fight against terror
  • Power play two - Baitullah Mehsud worried about his rebel tribesmen not the Pakistan Army
  • Budget 2009-10 - put Karachi Stock Exchange in to pressure

Pakistan FM warn militants with global agenda might move to Gulf and India

Islamabad (AFP): In a Interview with Financial Time, the Pakistani Foreign minister, Shah Mahmood Qureshi warned that if aid did not flow in as promised and if the Pakistani military fell short in its fight against the extremists militants might move over to India or Gulf countries, he said, ‘They (militants) have a global agenda, they have a regional agenda, and they are not confined to Pakistan. They could go into the Gulf, they could go into India, they can go anywhere.’

He asked for a $2.5 billion in aid for relief and reconstruction of the effected areas. ‘When we do it with our own resources, obviously other areas will suffer because we’ll have to divert resources. This cannot be ignored,’ he added.

Pakistan military and air force stand together in the fight against terror

Islamabad (Dawn.com): ‘We want to see peace in Swat again’, said the Chief of Army Staff, General Ashfaq Pervaiz Kayani while he was visiting PAF operational base. He along with the Air Chief Marshal Suleman expressed cooperation and resolved to fight the militants successfully.

Power play two - Baitullah Mehsud worried about his rebel tribesmen not the Pakistan Army

Peshawar (Dawn.com): While the Pakistan air force jets pound Baitullah Mehsud’s hideouts sending warning signals and telling him to stop suicide bomb attacks the Mehsud tribemens are distancing from him. Baitullah seems to be worried about a Qari Zainuddin, who is forming an anti Baitullah Mehsud alliance. One of the Mehsud Tribes conferred that ‘Baitullah told a jirga member recently he was not too much worried about military action against him.’

Budget 2009-10 - put Karachi Stock Exchange in to pressure

Karachi (Business Recorder): Stock at Karachi Stock Exchange derailed yesterday in response to the budget announcement made by the Federal Government. The stocks declined by 103.22 points through brought the KSE-100 index to 6,953.09 points.



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