PESHAWAR - An alleged leading militant commander Qari Hayat Ullah,  included among the 32 persons released in exchange of 12 personnel of the security forces, was brought to Peshawar on Thursday. "Qari Hayat Ullah along with his two brothers was brought to Peshawar for an exclusive meeting with the Corps Commander Peshawar," some highly-placed sources informed. The sources, however, said nothing about the purpose behind the meeting. Qari Hayat Ullah along with his brothers Saeed Ullah and Ikram Ullah was released on Wednesday. He was released at Razmak border town of North Waziristan Agency, bordering with Makeen tehsil of South Waziristan. The details about the remaining 29 alleged militants released in return of abducted 12 personnel of the security forces are yet to be made public.