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    Reports: Ex-TTP spokesperson Ehsanullah Ehsan escaped during anti-terror operation

    Ahsanullah has released an audio message saying he has broken out of jail. He has promised to expose Pakistan Army. It is understood he is hiding in Turkey.

    I really feel for the parents of the APS martyrs. It took them three years of pleading and sobbing before a commission was set up to probe the APS attack.

    While the parents were still mourning and trying to find answers, Ahsanullah was being kept at a posh hotel where he even had access to a personal butler.

    A while later, he appeared on TV and lashed out at India for backing terror outfits in Pakistan.


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    Think payback but could be something else also.


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    Ex-TTP spokesperson Ehsanullah Ehsan escaped during anti-terror operation: sources

    A former spokesman for an umbrella of terrorist groups responsible for much of the deadly violence in Pakistan has escaped from the custody of security forces, The Express Tribune learnt on Friday, a day after a purported audio clip of him set social media abuzz with speculation.

    Ehsanullah Ehsan, the spokesperson for the outlawed Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) terrorist group, escaped during an operation against terrorists being conducted on the basis of information gleaned from him, according to sources.

    Ehsanullah, who became the spokesperson for the breakaway Jamaatul Ahrar faction after the TTP split, had voluntarily turned himself in to the intelligence agencies on Feb 5, 2017 – and remained in custody even since.
    However, he had started sharing sensitive information with the security forces much before his surrender, the sources said.

    More than two months after his surrender, Ehsanullah recorded a confessional statement on April 26, 2017 in which he had unmasked his handlers and facilitators. He had also condemned terrorist acts and the extremist ideology he once espoused.

    “The so-called jihadis have misled people in the name of Islam, especially the youth,” he had said in the scathing confessional statement. “The crimes such as bombing public places and attacking schools and universities traduce Islamic teachings.”

    The ex-TTP spokesperson had shared extremely sensitive and important information while in custody, which led the security forces to smash the local and international networks of the TTP and Jamaatul Ahrar, the sources said. Several terrorists from the outlawed groups were arrested based on his leads.

    Ehsanullah would have to be brought to justice, but first it was necessary to extract information from him to take the anti-terrorism operations to a logical conclusion. “Some operations are still under way based on the information shared by Ehsanullah,” the sources said.

    Ehsanullah escaped during one such operation against terrorists. However, the sources added that all terrorists and extremists – including Ehsanullah – would be taken to task.

    The development came a day after netizens set off a storm of speculation about a purported audio clip of Ehsanullah initially posted on Facebook and then shared on other social networking sites in which he claims to have escaped.

    In the clip, the man, who introduces himself as Ehsanullah Ehsan, says he had surrendered to the security forces under “an agreement”. He further claims that he had “honoured the agreement for three years”, but the Pakistani authorities violated it and kept him and his children in prison.

    The authenticity of the clip has yet to be verified, though the voice appears to be similar to that of Ehsanullah’s. He goes on to add that he would release a detailed statement later in which he would reveal details of the agreement.

    There has been no official word on the audio clip or the alleged escape of Ehsanullah.

    Ehsanullah was the spokesperson for the Jamaatul Ahrar faction when the Mullah Fazlullah-led TTP had carried out the most sickening rampage at the Army Public School in Peshawar in Dec 2014 massacring nearly 150 pupils and staff.

    However, Ehsanullah had claimed credit for countless terrorist attacks on behalf of the TTP and Jamaatul Ahrar – among them the Wagah border bombing of 2014; the suicide attack on Christian community members celebrating Easter at a Lahore park in 2016; the killing of nine foreign tourists in Gilgit-Baltistan in 2013; and the shooting of girl education campaigner Malala Yousafzai in 2012.

    https://tribune.com.pk/story/2152345...ation-sources/


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    Quote Originally Posted by Abdullah719 View Post
    Ex-TTP spokesperson Ehsanullah Ehsan escaped during anti-terror operation: sources

    A former spokesman for an umbrella of terrorist groups responsible for much of the deadly violence in Pakistan has escaped from the custody of security forces, The Express Tribune learnt on Friday, a day after a purported audio clip of him set social media abuzz with speculation.

    Ehsanullah Ehsan, the spokesperson for the outlawed Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) terrorist group, escaped during an operation against terrorists being conducted on the basis of information gleaned from him, according to sources.

    Ehsanullah, who became the spokesperson for the breakaway Jamaatul Ahrar faction after the TTP split, had voluntarily turned himself in to the intelligence agencies on Feb 5, 2017 – and remained in custody even since.
    However, he had started sharing sensitive information with the security forces much before his surrender, the sources said.

    More than two months after his surrender, Ehsanullah recorded a confessional statement on April 26, 2017 in which he had unmasked his handlers and facilitators. He had also condemned terrorist acts and the extremist ideology he once espoused.

    “The so-called jihadis have misled people in the name of Islam, especially the youth,” he had said in the scathing confessional statement. “The crimes such as bombing public places and attacking schools and universities traduce Islamic teachings.”

    The ex-TTP spokesperson had shared extremely sensitive and important information while in custody, which led the security forces to smash the local and international networks of the TTP and Jamaatul Ahrar, the sources said. Several terrorists from the outlawed groups were arrested based on his leads.

    Ehsanullah would have to be brought to justice, but first it was necessary to extract information from him to take the anti-terrorism operations to a logical conclusion. “Some operations are still under way based on the information shared by Ehsanullah,” the sources said.

    Ehsanullah escaped during one such operation against terrorists. However, the sources added that all terrorists and extremists – including Ehsanullah – would be taken to task.

    The development came a day after netizens set off a storm of speculation about a purported audio clip of Ehsanullah initially posted on Facebook and then shared on other social networking sites in which he claims to have escaped.

    In the clip, the man, who introduces himself as Ehsanullah Ehsan, says he had surrendered to the security forces under “an agreement”. He further claims that he had “honoured the agreement for three years”, but the Pakistani authorities violated it and kept him and his children in prison.

    The authenticity of the clip has yet to be verified, though the voice appears to be similar to that of Ehsanullah’s. He goes on to add that he would release a detailed statement later in which he would reveal details of the agreement.

    There has been no official word on the audio clip or the alleged escape of Ehsanullah.

    Ehsanullah was the spokesperson for the Jamaatul Ahrar faction when the Mullah Fazlullah-led TTP had carried out the most sickening rampage at the Army Public School in Peshawar in Dec 2014 massacring nearly 150 pupils and staff.

    However, Ehsanullah had claimed credit for countless terrorist attacks on behalf of the TTP and Jamaatul Ahrar – among them the Wagah border bombing of 2014; the suicide attack on Christian community members celebrating Easter at a Lahore park in 2016; the killing of nine foreign tourists in Gilgit-Baltistan in 2013; and the shooting of girl education campaigner Malala Yousafzai in 2012.

    https://tribune.com.pk/story/2152345...ation-sources/
    He also claimed Indian involvement/support for TTP but for some reason tribune decided to ignore that in this article.

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    Families of APS martyrs move court over Ehsanullah Ehsan’s ‘escape’

    Families of the martyrs of Army Public School (APS) carnage have moved the Peshawar High Court, seeking contempt of court proceedings against those responsible for the alleged escape of the former spokesperson of Pakistani Taliban from the custody of security forces. Sources privy to the development told The Express Tribune on Friday that Ehsanullah Ehsan, the former spokesperson for the outlawed Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) terrorist group, had escaped during an anti-terror operation being conducted on the basis of information gleaned from him. Ehsanullah was the spokesperson for the Jamaatul Ahrar faction when the Mullah Fazlullah-led TTP carried out the most sickening rampage at the APS in Peshawar in Dec 2014 massacring nearly 150 pupils and staff. A writ petition moved by Advocate Fazal Khan, who lost his son Sahibzada Umer Khan in the attack and is the president of the APS Shuhada Forum, read that the respondents, which include the country’s civil and military leadership as well as the federal and provincial secretaries, had assured the court that Ehsanullah would be tried by a military court and not granted clemency. “..now it has come to limelight, that far from trying the terrorist, Ehsanullah Ehsan was provided with the luxurious home from which the terrorist [conveniently] escaped,” said the petitioner in the application, adding that the claim has not been denied by the respondents. He further pleaded the court that no action was taken against Ehsanullah during his three-year detention despite clear directions of the PHC, “which is tantamount to the contempt of court”. Ehsanullah, who also became the spokesperson for the breakaway Jamaatul Ahrar faction after the TTP split, had voluntarily turned himself in to the intelligence agencies on Feb 5, 2017 – and remained in custody ever since. The ex-TTP spokesperson had shared extremely sensitive and important information while in custody, which led the security forces to smash the local and international networks of the TTP and Jamaatul Ahrar, the sources said. Several terrorists from the outlawed groups were arrested based on his leads. Ehsanullah would have to be brought to justice, but first it was necessary to extract information from him to take the anti-terrorism operations to a logical conclusion. “Some operations are still under way based on the information shared by Ehsanullah,” the sources said. Ehsanullah escaped during one such operation against terrorists. However, the sources added that all terrorists and extremists – including Ehsanullah – would be taken to task. The development came a day after netizens set off a storm of speculation about a purported audio clip of Ehsanullah initially posted on Facebook and then shared on other social networking sites in which he claimed to have escaped. There has been no official word on the audio clip or the alleged escape of Ehsanullah. Ehsanullah had claimed credit for countless terrorist attacks on behalf of the TTP and Jamaatul Ahrar – among them the Wagah border bombing of 2014; the suicide attack on Christian community members celebrating Easter at a Lahore park in 2016; the killing of nine foreign tourists in Gilgit-Baltistan in 2013; and the shooting of girl education campaigner Malala Yousafzai in 2012. https://tribune.com.pk/story/2152812...-escape/?amp=1

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    World’s number one intel agency could not keep Pakistan’s worst terrorist locked up. How shameful!

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    Bilawal questions PTI govt's stance over Ehsanullah Ehsan's escape

    Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Monday said the legislative institution of the country – Parliament – is not being used properly.

    “Today again the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC) Ordinance was forcefully extended, which signals overlooking the parliament,” he told reporters outside the Parliament House.

    He lamented that the opposition was not given opportunity to speak on why it was opposing the PMDC Ordinance. “Every political party should have the opportunity to present its position in Parliament.”
    The opposition wanted to explain why the country’s students are opposing the PMDC Ordinance, he said, adding: “Our medical students are worried and we are their voice.”

    Bilawal said: “People get upset when the government introduces such ordinances to support mafia belonging to the government.”

    He said that such ordinances of the government weaken institutions and damage the country. “We demand that a session of the National Assembly be convened on the economic situation and inflation,” he said, “The government has accepted our demand and tomorrow we will discuss the matter in Parliament.”

    The PPP leader also spoke about Ehsanullah Ehsan’s escape from the custody of security forces.

    “How the government will now respond to the victims of APS tragedy after Ehsanullah Ehsan’s escape?” he said, “No JIT has been formed for APS tragedy till date.”

    The grieving families of the martyrs of the APS incident are still demanding for a judicial commission, he said, adding that the heirs are asking to be told how the massacre was carried out but no response has been received.

    People and victims of terrorism want response from the government on Ehsanullah Ehsan’s escape, he added. “Now how will the government legislate on the FATF? What will be the response to global community that we are fighting terrorism and our biggest terrorist has escaped the country?”

    The PPP chairman also said the government, including opposition, should solve people’s problems through parliament. “If the government wants to put forward legislation forcibly through executive power, then it should abolish parliament.”

    https://tribune.com.pk/story/2154299...ehsans-escape/


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    Quote Originally Posted by saeedhk View Post
    World’s number one intel agency could not keep Pakistan’s worst terrorist locked up. How shameful!

    @Mamoon
    the number 1 Intel agency is doing what our enemies cant do ... Ghar mein ghus kay marna ....
    as for Ehsan escape, it was Intel who caught him, after that he was in police custody/Jail , now you should ask the Police department ....
    its not Intel agency fault if he escapes from police/Jail ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lonewarrior View Post
    the number 1 Intel agency is doing what our enemies cant do ... Ghar mein ghus kay marna ....
    as for Ehsan escape, it was Intel who caught him, after that he was in police custody/Jail , now you should ask the Police department ....
    its not Intel agency fault if he escapes from police/Jail ....

    Pakistani Taliban deputy chief and key commander mysteriously murdered in Afghanistan



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    Ahsanullah Ahsan was under the custody of the Pak Army- ISI. He was being kept at a posh hotel. He had access to all luxuries so much that he fathered a child while in custody.

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    I think a deal was done with him to allow to him to escape. He gave away information about the TTP. Some of you may have read reports that members of the TTP were killed in Kabul at the weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saeedhk View Post
    Ahsanullah Ahsan was under the custody of the Pak Army- ISI. He was being kept at a posh hotel. He had access to all luxuries so much that he fathered a child while in custody.
    official link of your claim ....


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    Quote Originally Posted by saeedhk View Post
    Ahsanullah Ahsan was under the custody of the Pak Army- ISI. He was being kept at a posh hotel. He had access to all luxuries so much that he fathered a child while in custody.
    Its what they call a Quid pro quo- and by the reports the Afghanistan govt is not happy.

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    Pakistan establishment and agencies are very notorious for playing both sides and are masters of double game. Same tricks were being played with the USA, being an ally in War on Terror and also shielding Osama Bin Laden at the same time. And now they have let go a dreaded Terrorist leader whose responsible for death of thousands of Pakistanis and having alleged links with India, for whatever reason or deal.

    Escaped from custody lol

    Kya baat hai. Apni qoum ko bewakoof banana koi ense seeekhe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by liam26 View Post
    Pakistan establishment and agencies are very notorious for playing both sides and are masters of double game. Same tricks were being played with the USA, being an ally in War on Terror and also shielding Osama Bin Laden at the same time. And now they have let go a dreaded Terrorist leader whose responsible for death of thousands of Pakistanis and having alleged links with India, for whatever reason or deal.

    Escaped from custody lol

    Kya baat hai. Apni qoum ko bewakoof banana koi ense seeekhe.
    And if he gave info so that they get to the heart of the organisation?

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    He gave up key intel. TTP esp. the brains behind APS attack have been eliminated over the past week in multiple coordinated attacks my "unknown assailants" in various parts of Afghanistan.

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    Did they cut a deal with him that if he never returns to Pakistan or Afghanistan and gives them intel on TTP in Afghanistan, they let him go? As mentioned above, a large number of TTP terrorists have been taken out over the past week or so, that hasn't been covered in the media.

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    Families of students martyred during the Army Public School massacre staged a demonstration on Wednesday to protest reports of the mysterious escape of former Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) spokesman Ehsanullah Ehsan.

    The demonstrators, led by Shuhada APS Forum President Advocate Fazal Khan, gathered outside the Peshawar Press Club, and shouted slogans against the militant's reported escape. They also demanded the government to address the questions surrounding Ehsan's escape and launch an investigation into the matter.

    “The news of escape has created a sense of deprivation among the APS victims,” Khan said. He added that the government's silence over the matter has raised questions.

    “How can a terrorist escape from a highly-guarded red zone area? It’s a good joke,” he said.

    While addressing the protesters, Khan said that the grieving parents have been struggling for justice but the government has refused to pay heed to their demands.

    The victims' parents said that news of Ehsan's escape had reopened their wounds of losing their children to terrorists. The demonstrators were also carrying banners, inscribed with slogans calling for justice.

    The demonstrators dispersed peacefully after recording their protest.

    Last week, Advocate Khan had filed a petition in the Peshawar High Court, seeking contempt of court proceedings against multiple government officials following reports of the militant's escape.

    On December 16, 2014, armed terrorists broke into APS building in Peshawar, killing more than 140 people, most of them children. The massacre, which was claimed by the TTP, had prompted the government and national institutions to draw up the National Action Plan and Operation Zarb-i-Azb was launched by the military.

    Mysterious escape
    News of Ehsan's escape surfaced when a short audio message, allegedly from the former militant spokesman disclosed that on January 11, 2020, he had managed to escape from the “custody of the Pakistani security authorities”. Notwithstanding his latest claim of being in Turkey, some sources believe the former militant spokesman is in Afghanistan.

    Sources have said that Ehsan fled during one of the operations to capture and target terrorists, adding that the TTP spokesman had to be tried for his crimes but before that, all possible information had to be extracted from him to conclude the operations and that it was during one such operation that he was able to flee.

    The audio message attributed to Ehsan, whose real name is Liaqat Ali, said that the TTP spokesman had surrendered to a Pakistani security agency on Feb 5, 2017 under an agreement. The message claimed Ehsan had honoured his part of the agreement and alleged that Pakistani authorities violated their terms and kept him in a prison along with his family.

    The audio, which has not been independently verified, also claimed that Ehsan faced hardships during his custody and that circumstances compelled him to plan his escape.

    The audio message did not provide details of the escape but said that Ehsan would release “terms of the agreement” he had entered into with Pakistani authorities, the “approving authority” and “the individual who had furnished assurances” with regard to its implementation.

    Earlier in a call to a Pakistani newspaper, the former militant spokesman claimed that he was in Turkey, along with his wife, son and daughter but refused to say how he had managed to reach there.

    Surprisingly, Ehsan’s escape was first reported by an Indian weekly — SundayGuardianLive (TSG), published simultaneously from Delhi and Mumbai — on January 18, 2020, barely a week after his purported escape.

    Authored by Abhinandan Mishra, the report, quoting “Pakistan-based sources”, said the militant spokesman had fled from his safe house, where he was being kept along with his family. It further claimed that the following day, Pakistani authorities swooped down on Ehsan’s native place in Sagibala village in Safi subdivision of Mohmand tribal district and detained his father, brother and uncle to know about his whereabouts.

    In his first interview with a private Pakistani television channel in May 2017, Ehsan had provided details of the working of the Afghanistan-based TTP and JUA and their nexus with the Afghan intelligence service, the National Directorate of Security and Indian intelligence agency Research and Analysis Wing.

    The TSG story was shared widely on social media platform, however, did not elicit any comments from the Pakistani authorities and nor did attempts to get a reaction from the relevant quarters yielded any response.

    Sources said that long before his voluntary surrender, Ehsan had started sharing sensitive information with Pakistani security agencies.

    https://www.dawn.com/news/1534036/fa...terious-escape


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    The news that former Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) spokesman Ehsanullah Ehsan has escaped from the custody of Pakistan security agencies is true, Interior Minister Ijaz Shah confirmed on Monday.

    Responding to a question during an informal conversation with reporters at the parliament in Islamabad, the minister said he had read reports of the former TTP leader having fled.

    When asked whether there was any truth to the reports, he replied: "The news is true, it's true."

    The minister added that the "state is aware" of his escape. He did not provide any details.

    Asked by a reporter whether the state was doing anything about the matter, Shah said: "A lot is being done. You will hear good news."

    The confirmation comes following around 10 days of official silence over reports of the former TTP spokesman's escape, which had been announced by him in an audio message released on social media.

    Mysterious 'escape'
    Mystery surrounds the circumstances of the escape of Ehsan, who had surrendered himself to a Pakistani security agency under an agreement some three years ago, with sources saying that he fled during one of the operations to capture and target terrorists.

    The sources told Dawn that Ehsan had to be tried for his crimes but before the trial, all possible information had to be extracted from him to conclude the operations and that it was during one such operation that he was able to flee.

    Notwithstanding his claim of being in Turkey, some sources believe the former militant spokesman is in Afghanistan.

    In a short audio message, which could not be independently verified, Ehsan had disclosed that on January 11, 2020, he had managed to escape from the “custody of the Pakistani security authorities”.

    Ehsan, whose real name is Liaqat Ali, said he had surrendered to a Pakistani security agency on Feb 5, 2017, under an agreement. He had claimed that he had honoured his part of the agreement but had alleged that the Pakistani authorities violated its terms and kept him in a prison along with his family.

    He had claimed that he faced hardships during his custody and circumstances compelled him to plan his escape.

    He did not provide details of his escape but had said that he would release “terms of the agreement” he had entered into with Pakistani authorities, the “approving authority” and “the individual who had furnished assurances” with regard to its implementation.

    https://www.dawn.com/news/1535042/ne...ster-ijaz-shah


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    He is the same guy who was behind APS, isn’t he?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mueez View Post
    He is the same guy who was behind APS, isn’t he?
    Yes and behind Malala’s shooting. He claimed responsibility for hundreds of gun and bomb attacks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mueez View Post
    He is the same guy who was behind APS, isn’t he?
    I think he was part of the group. I think the planners have met their fate since his "escape"

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    Quote Originally Posted by saeedhk View Post
    Yes and behind Malala’s shooting. He claimed responsibility for hundreds of gun and bomb attacks.
    Quote Originally Posted by Bewal Express View Post
    I think he was part of the group. I think the planners have met their fate since his "escape"
    Hmm okay might have been a deal then.

    If not he should be tracked asap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mueez View Post
    Hmm okay might have been a deal then.

    If not he should be tracked asap.
    Thats my reading- not ideal but its better to get the organ grinders rather than the monkey


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