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Former interior minister Rehman Malik — Photo by APP/File

ISLAMABAD: Adviser to prime minister of interior affairs, Rehman Malik while talking to media persons outside the Supreme Court of Pakistan has said the top leadership of the outlawed Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has been killed, DawnNews reported.

He added that some low-level-leaders of the banned outfit still exists in many cities though.

The adviser to the PM condemned the attack carried out by the TTP on a private  television network office in Karachi.

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