Taliban terrorists threaten Malala Yousfzai again; she questions Imran Khan, Pak Army
A terrorist outfit, Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan’s (TTP) former spokesperson Ehsanullah Ehsan, who took the responsibility for having shot Malala Yousfzai in 2012, has now threatened Nobel on Wednesday by posting on Twitter, “next time, there would be no mistake.”
The threat prompted Malala Yousafzai to question Pakistan Army and Prime Minister Imran Khan over how the terrorist, Ehsanullah Ehsan, who took the responsibility for having shot her in 2020, had escaped from government custody.
“This is the ex-spokesperson of Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan who claims responsibility for the attack on me and many innocent people. He is now threatening people on social media. How did he escape @[email protected]?,” tweeted Ms Yousafzai.
Ehsan was arrested in 2017 but escaped in January 2020 from a so-called safe house where he was being held by Pakistan’s intelligence agency. The circumstances of both his arrest and escape have been shrouded in mystery and controversy.
Meanwhile, Twitter has permanently suspended Ehsanullah’s account on Wednesday.
Ehsanullah Ehsan, ex-spokesperson of TTP nine years ago had shot and wounded Malala Yousafzai
“I am Ehsanullah Ehsan. I am the former spokesman of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan and Jamaatul Ahrar. I had surrendered to the Pakistani security authorities on February 5, 2017, under an agreement. I honored this agreement for three years, but the Pakistani authorities violated it and kept me in a prison along with my children,” Ehsan said.
Being a longtime member of the Pakistani Taliban or Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) as they are known, the terrorist, in a tweet written in Urdu language threatened Yousafzai to “come back home because we have a score to settle with you and your father.” “This time there will be no mistake,” the message was added.