LAHORE-In a reference to Taliban militants fighting military forces in Swat, Punjab Governor Salmaan Taseer said on Thursday that savages would be thrown out of the valley very soon. Addressing PPP workers at a relief camp set up at Regal crossing, The Mall, to collect donations from displaced persons of Swat, the governor said entire Punjab was united against terrorists, who would find no place to stand after completion of military operation in the region. PPP leaders including Rana Aftab Ahmad Khan, Aurangzeb Burki, Hefeezur Rehman Malik, Sami Ullah Khan, Asghar Gujjar and Faiza Malik were present on the occasion. The governor, on this occasion, also dispatched 20 trucks carrying essential commodities to Mardan district for the internally displaced persons (IDPs). Taseer said that Punjab would play a leading role in extending financial as well as moral support to the displaced persons of Swat, Buner, Dir and other troubled areas. He appealed to the people to donate generously in the relief funds set up by various organisations and the Government. He said country was undergoing unusual circumstances and entire country would have to get united against Taliban to expel them from the holy land. He said nation should support Pakistan army in its endeavor to wipe out the militants and to rehabilitate the IDPs in their houses. He said Taliban were enemies of the Muslims and Islam.