ISLAMABAD (AFP) Pakistan has paid an informer the equivalent of nearly 120,000 dollars after arresting a lieutenant of Taliban warlord ahead of Eidul Azha, the military said Thursday. It is the first time Pakistan has announced actually paying a reward since it offered five million dollars for information leading to the capture, dead or alive, of Hakimullah Mehsud and 18 lieutenants. Security forces have arrested wanted terrorist Abdullah Shah Mehsud in the northwestern town of Tank. He had a head money of Rs10 million, the military said in a statement. The head money has been paid to the informer. Shah Mehsud was number 17 on a list of wanted militants released on November 2 that carried rewards of between 10 and 50 million rupees for the leadership of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP).