KARACHI The Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has warned the government that it should halt operation Rah-e-Nijat in South Waziristan otherwise they would carry out more suicide attacks across the country, The Nation learnt on Thursday. The Federal Interior Ministry, it is learnt, has sounded a warning note to all provincial home departments and provincial police officers about the possible retaliatory attacks by the militant organisations. The note spotlighted the demands of terrorists in which they asked the government to stop the operation in Waziristan and instead support and facilitate them in carrying out what they called jihad against the US and its allied forces. They have also demanded release of their colleagues detained in different jails and sought permission for fund raising to strengthen their mission. The terrorists have also warned that current waves of terrorist attacks in Islamabad, Lahore, Peshawar and other parts of the country would be expanded throughout the country, and that attacks would be more horrific if government did not meet their demands. The note further revealed that an anonymous letter was sent to PML-Q President Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain at his residence on Margalla Road, Islamabad. The letter was sent through Urgent Mail Service (UMS) in which the sender warned of suicide attacks on PML-Q offices,asserting that political parities should stop anti-Taliban statements and cooperate with the militant organisations otherwise they should get ready to face horrific attacks. It is pertinent to mention here that Interior Ministry and National Crisis Management Cell have frequently warned the provincial departments concerned ahead of the possible fallout of Waziristan operation. Following the threats of terrorism, law enforcement agencies have beefed up the security measures across the country.