KARACHI - The Awami National Party (ANP) Sindh chapter on Thursday suspended its political activities at the ward level for the fear of terror threats. According to an ANP spokesperson, the party had received threats ahead of the intra-party polls in 200 union councils in Sindh. The elections have been postponed for an indefinite period, Qadir Khan said while adding that all wards and offices of the ANP across the province would be shutdown for three days. According to the Bacha Khan Markaz Karachi, Interior Minister Rehman Malik had warned ANP Central Secretary Information Zahid Khan of attacks on the ANP leadership and its offices. Intelligence agencies are looking into the matter.