ISLAMABAD (Online) - Chief Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan Baitullah Mehsud has ordered militants to carryout bombings in the small villages of Swat and Fata and find new hideouts in other areas of the country. In a telephonic conversation with unknown accomplice and letter to different commanders in Lower Dir, Swat and Buner, he said, the bombings in small villages of Fata and Swat would in turn lead to suicide attacks in other areas of the country, a private TV channel reported. According to the sources, during the discussion, which was also heard by the military personnel, Mehsud said the bombings in small villages would promote terror in other areas of the country. He said army had entered into every nook and corner of the city, therefore, militants should find new hideouts in other areas of the country. He was of the opinion that Taliban could muster the support of locals by carrying out bombings and regretted the fact that it was difficult for militants to carryout activities due to the ongoing offensive. Therefore, he ordered them to expand their activities in other parts of the country.