"Islamic" State in Pakistan, Then We are Coming to India - Mehsud
In a n interview with Sky News , the new chief of Pakistan based Terrorist outfit, Tehrik-e-Taliban, Hakimullah Mehsud threatened to send his terrorists to Indian border to "fight Indians".
In the wake of devastating attacks on Pakistani military, police and civilian targets that dead almost 100 people dead and 250 injured, the terrorist leader said that if Pakistan "Stop following US orders, then all the attacks on Pakistan will stop".
The new leader of the Taliban in Pakistan has issued a stark option to the country's military: Stop following American orders and we will stop our attacks.
In the interview obtained by Sky News, Hakimullah Mehsud also said he will send his soldiers to the Indian border to fight there, once an Islamic state is created in Pakistan.
His words will be seen as chilling by Pakistan's neighbour.
They come as the US Treasury declared the Taliban was thriving financially, while terror group al Qaeda was suffering a cash crisis.
David Cohen, the US Treasury's assistant secretary for terrorist financing, said the West had successfully cut off al Qaeda's funds.
This has manifested itself in the organisation losing influence and weakened it substantially, he said.
Hakimullah laid down his road-map to achieve the "Isamic State" and future.
“We want an Islamic state. If we get that, then we will go to the borders and help fight the Indians,” Hakimullah Mehsud said in footage aired by Britain’s Sky News channe
Hakimullah Mehsud inherited the leadership of Tehrik-e-Taliban after his predecessor Baitullah Mehsud was deleted by an armed US drone.
Hakimullah Mehsud was named the new chief of the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan after his predecessor Baitullah Mehsud was killed in a U.S. drone attack in Waziristan in August