In their latest decree, the terror groups have warned of attacks on petrol pumps, cable operators and alcohol shops. The posters, which appeared on June 6 under the banner of Tehreek-eTaliban (TeT), asked pump owners not to refuel vehicles of Indian military and police personnel.
This week began with the cable network shut, and no public use of cell phones after a girl was attacked in the main market by two scooter-borne men who also snatching her phone. On Tuesday, gunmen shot and killed health department employee Altaf Rehman Sheikh, 45. “He was working as an overground worker for the militants, and his father is a staunch Jamat-e-Islami activist who had returned from Pakistan in 2004,” an intelligence officer told TOI.