ISLAMABAD - PPP Information Secretary Fouzia Wahab Saturday said that she had received death threats from Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) but such threatening letters couldnt intimidate or deter her. Addressing a press conference here at Peoples Secretariat along with Chairman Baitul Mal Zamurad Khan, Fouzia said that Taliban had overstepped their limits following the signing of Nizam-e-Adl Regulations, which forced the government to go for military offensive against them. To a question about receiving a threatening letter from Taliban, Fouzia confirmed the threat and said she had received a threatening letter written in Pashto language. She reiterated her partys resolve to uproot the menace of extremism and terrorism from the society, adding, Such threats cant weak our resolve against terrorism and PPP will not bow before the terrorists. She said that government had decided to launch operation in Swat after due consideration because Taliban had started capturing democratic and constitutional institutions rather than laying down arms following peace accord. She added that Taliban had been stopping girls students from attending their schools and giving Kufr edict against their opponents. Due to the negative activities of Taliban, tourism sector had suffered heavily, national and foreign investment stalled, and privatisation process was affected adversely, she said. Prime Minster had presented the whole situation before the Parliament and people of the Pakistan before launching the military operation, Fouzia said and added that the operation was fully supported by the people. The Prime Minister summoned an All Parties Conference (APC) and a unanimous resolution was adopted on this issue and each and every political party had put its weight behind the ongoing offensive, she maintained. She, however, criticised those who were making an issue out of the draft of the resolution adopted in the APC. She charged that either those people were trying to win the sympathies of Taliban, or the epicentre of their politics was Taliban. Due to successful visit of President Asif Ali Zardari, US approved an assistance of $1.90 billion, besides acknowledging it had committed mistake by supporting military regimes, she said. Change in tone and tenor of US leadership was reflective of successful diplomacy of president Zardari, she maintained. During his visit to France, President Zardari succeeded in persuading his French counterpart to provide civil nuclear technology to Pakistan. UK had also announced to extend assistance of 12 million pounds, she indicated. Chairman Baitul Mal Zamurad Khan told Baitul Mal had started Langar for Swat affectees 15 days back and 40,000 people were being provided meal daily therein. Online adds: President Asif Ali Zardari, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani and other senior PPP leaders have received a threatening letter from Taliban and Al-Qaeda. A private TV channel quoted sources as saying that the Al-Qaeda and Taliban in a letter to PPP Information Secretary Fauzia Wahab warned President, Prime Minister and other senior PPP leaders that they can be targeted if the operation against them is not stopped.