ISLAMABAD - A Peshawar-based journalist Syed Fawad Ali Shah has alleged that he has received life threats from Blackwater (BW) officials and if something happens to him or his family US Ambassador to Pakistan and Consular General of US Consulate in Peshawar will be responsible. He said that he carried out a report about activities of Black Water in Pakistan in his newspaper and after that he was constantly receiving threats from BW officials and some Pakistani officials, who were working for them. Talking to The Nation, Fawad alleged that US anti-terrorism experts were overseeing the BW activities in Pakistan. In this regard, he claimed, they have acquired services of several retired armed forces officials. They have also acquired some residential units in the posh areas of the city by giving huge amounts in advance, he said. They are also paying heavy packages to their local drivers. James Bill William, Copper, Steven Cash, Roderick Christopher and Alisha Cambel are looking after the activities of Black Water in Peshawar, he claimed. Earlier, Fawad Ali Shah held a press conference at National Press Club, Islamabad. He denied reports that by doing so he was trying to get a US visa. He appealed to the government and journalist community to provide protection to him and his family.India 'ready' for talks with Pak