At the time when US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is visiting Pakistan to convey tough message to high-ups for eliminating the sanctuaries of Taliban on this side of the border, the fugitive head of Swat Taliban Maulvi Fazlullah sent a fresh call of waging war against Pakistan on Friday. The Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) Swat chapter chief Fazlullah also known as Mullah Radio has made his hiding base in Nooristan and Kunar areas of Afghanistan after being forced to flee by the security forces in 2009 Swat operation. TTP commander has been blamed for launching cross-border attacks in Bajaur, Mohmand and Upper Dir areas, killing several security forces personnel and innocent people living in the border area. Replying to the questions being sent by the foreign media, the Maulvi through his subordinate told that insurgency would return to Pakistan as the country is under fresh of US pressure. He said that whenever US exert pressure on Pakistan the high-ups automatically turn down the weapons against the insurgents and offer them to hold peace talks, adding that the TTP no longer trusts the peace initiatives of the Pakistani government. He said that Shariah must be implemented in Malakand division as they sacrificed their lives, properties to achieve Shariah implementation in the entire country. Army spokesman Major-General Athar Abbas during his earlier message asked the Afghan authorities to hunt down both Maulvi Fazlullah and Maulvi Faqir hiding in Afghanistan's Kunar and Nooristan provinces, saying that US led forces in Afghanistan were not conducting operations against the fugitive Taliban commanders who were patronizing cross-border attacks. In the meeting of All Parties Conference (APC) held in Islamabad after the US maligned Pakistan's image by blaming its intelligence agency of supporting the Haqqani Network in the tribal regions, it was proposed to hold talks with all the insurgents in order to achieve peace in the tribal region. But Fazlullah replying to the question regarding peace with Pakistan said that whenever Pakistan improve its relations with US then Pakistan forget its promises and become more harsh and cruel. "We know these tricks of the Pakistani rulers and do not trust their promises," Fazlullah said.