Army sets up help-line

Pakistan Observer - - NATIONAL -

PESHAWAR—Pak Army has es­tab­lished a uni­ver­sal helpline 1125 for gen­eral pub­lic to re­port any sus­pi­cious ac­tiv­ity or pres­ence of ter­ror­ists in any part of the prov­ince, said an ISPR re­lease here Tues­day.

Such mea­sure has been taken by army to avoid any un­to­ward sit­u­a­tion in fu­ture and is the part of aware­ness gen­er­a­tion cam­paign to mo­bi­lize civil pop­u­la­tion. Masses can get ac­cess 24/7 to 1125 through PTCL or mo­bile phones.

The iden­tity of the in­former will be kept con­fi­den­tial, it con­cluded. Mean­while, it is re­ported that the Counter Ter­ror­ism De­part­ment (CTD) Bannu re­gion ar­rested a ter­ror­ist dur­ing a suc­cess­ful raid on Tues­day.

Ac­cord­ing to CTD spokesman, a most wanted ter­ror­ist iden­ti­fied as Zait Ul­lah was ar­rested from Bizan Khel area dur­ing a suc­cess­ful raid fol­low­ing a se­cret in­for­ma­tion. The CTD claimed to have re­cov­ered ex­plo­sives from his pos­ses­sion.

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