Not every incident in Swat can be attributed to Taliban: Barrister Saif

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Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Special Assistant for Information Barrister Muhammad Ali Saif has said that the law and order situation in Swat had been affected, but not every incident could be attributed to the Taliban.

On Tuesday, while speaking to the media in Peshawar, Barrister Saif that if the Taliban accepted responsibility for an incident, it did not mean that it was done by the TTP; there is a difference between the Taliban and the TTP.

Barrister Saif said that action will be taken against those involved in the incident that happened in Swat on Monday, but no deal was made with anyone.

The driver of a school vehicle along with two kids was shot and wounded a few days ago by unidentified assailants on Monday in the Guli Bagh neighbourhood of Swat.

Residents of the city of Mingora, where the attack occurred, suspect the TTP, but the insurgents have denied carrying out Monday’s shooting.

The driver of the school vehicle who died on the spot was identified as Hussain Ahmed son of Anyatullah by police, and students of Swat Public School (SPS) injured in the incident are Azhar Hussain, son of Jan Bakhat, and Mammon, son of Safiullah.

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