Pakistan TV airs video from inside Lal Masjid

July 12, 2007

It's not clear how the guns, grenades, gasmasks and ammunition got there, or what the government knew about it. But we bring you the images from the media tour, provided by Pakistan Television.

Pakistan's "Dawn" newspaper's internet edition raises questions about the number of civilians killed. It says the media tour was delayed for a day," fuelling speculation that the government was buying time to remove some telltale signs."

It's not clear how the guns, grenades, gasmasks and ammunition got there, or what the government knew about it. But we bring you the images from the media tour, provided by Pakistan Television.

Pakistan's "Dawn" newspaper's internet edition raises questions about the number of civilians killed. It says the media tour was delayed for a day," fuelling speculation that the government was buying time to remove some telltale signs."



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Story Transcript

MAJ. GENERAL WAHEED ARSHAD, PAKISTANI ARMY SPOKESMAN: As far as the casualties are concerned, I just said that seventy-five bodies have been recovered, as well as the military casualties; this includes rangers also. The total of forty-four injured and eleven Shaheed.

ARSHAD: This will be an end to all kinds of speculating, speculative reporting and wrong reporting being done on various channels and on various other parts of the media.

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