TEHREEK-E-TALIBAN Pakistan promised on Monday to soon prove their leader was still alive, dismissing as government propaganda reports he may have died from injuries sustained in a US missile attack close to Afghanistan, reports The Washington Post. A close aide to Hakimullah called the report of his death govt propaganda and said he was doing well. We will try in a day or two to give you proof that he is alive, the commander told an American news agency by telephone. from an undisclosed location. He spoke on condition of anonymity for fear of government retribution. Army spokesman Gen. Athar Abbas said state agencies were still investigating the reports, saying they were apparently linked to a missile strike on Jan. 17 in South Waziristan that was earlier reported to have killed 12 people.