PESHAWAR Over seventy important personalities including governors, incumbent and former chief ministers, leaders of political parties, sitting inspector generals of police and heads of paramilitary forces are on the hit list of Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), sources informed TheNation on Tuesday. We have managed to get a new list of possible targets of TTP from a reliable source working closely with commander of Darra Adam Khel, Tariq Afridi. The militants affiliated with Afridi are mainly based in Feroze Khel, Dara Garhi and Mirbak areas, the sources disclosed. The list includes names of NWFP Chief Minister Amir Haider Khan Hoti, former chief minister Aftab Ahmed Khan Sherpao, President Awami National Party, Asfandyar Wali Khan, JUI-F Chief, Maulana Fazlur Rehman, MPA, Sikandar Sherpao, Inspector General of NWFP Police, Malik Naveed, Commandant Frontier Constabulary, Sifwat Ghayyur, DG FIA, Zafrullah Khan, Chief Secretary NWFP, Javed Iqbal, Additional Chief Secretary FATA, Habibullah Khan, and CCPO Liaquat Ali Khan. The names of provincial ministers including Senior Minister Bashir Bilour, Information Minister Mian Iftikhar Hussain, Minister for Prisons Mian Nisar Gul kakakhel, and Labour Minister Sher Azam Wazir are also included in the list. Both Bashir Bilour and Iftikhar Hussain are also considered very vocal against TTP. The names of many other provincial ministers, commissioners, DIGs, former and serving diplomats, SPs and clerics are also mentioned in the list. Majority of those who are on the list belongs to NWFP but the names of important politicians as well as officials from Punjab and Sindh are also included in the list, an official told on condition of anonymity as he isnt allowed to talk to media. The development came amid heightened fears of more terror attacks on VIPs in the wake of a successful attack on CIAs forward operating base in Khost province, Afghanistan. The bombing in Afghanistan has not only shocked many officials here but also was an open demonstration of TTPs ability to conduct operation at an area that was considered out of its reach, another official told. When contacted, the IGP Malik Naveed said, I have not received any threat but a lot of our officers have received threatening calls and letters written in Pashto and Urdu languages. We are taking every possible step to save valuable lives of common people and police officers who have frequently been targeted by the terrorists, he said. He added that some criminal elements were also trying to get benefit from the prevailing law and order situation. They have killed and injured a lot of our leaders and common people but we arent afraid of them. We care least about their new or old hit-lists, as they have failed to dent our resolve, said Central Information Secretary of ANP Senator Zahid Khan. Government would never tolerate the activities of TTP in the province and continue to pursue them, added Khan.