PESHAWAR – Taking notice of the US secret agencies’ alleged activities at a bomb-proof building constructed for the officials of American Consulate at Jamaluddin Afghani Road in Peshawar Town, the administration has started demolishing the structure.
Sources said eight buildings were hired to be used as residence by US Consulate officials at Jamaluddin Afghani Road in University Town area.
These buildings were protected by constructing fences around them besides joining each building with other with more construction. Sources further said for the last one week, these buildings are apparently in use of American Consulate, but actually these are being used for covert activities of US secret services.
All these buildings have more than 50 rooms and a main gate has been installed at each building for entry into these buildings. As a security measure, bomb-proof fence has been constructed around these buildings.
Peshawar administration has demolished this fence declaring it an encroachment in the area. The administration will take any further step after thoroughly inspecting these structures. A principal of a private school while talking to Nawa-i-Waqt said Americans had also contacted him for hiring his building on rent. “They offered me 8 lac monthly as rent and Rs 10 million as advance, but I refused to give them my house as rent,” he added.