BBC Online :The son of the assassinated former prime minister of Pakistan, Benazir Bhutto, has called on the country’s authorities to take military action against militant groups.Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said politicians must “wake up” to the threat posed by armed groups such as the Taliban. His comments in a BBC interview come as the government holds urgent talks over how to tackle mounting violence.Bhutto, 25, said he was considering standing in elections due in 2018.Speaking exclusively to the BBC, he said Pakistan had exhausted the option of talks with militants and that military action was now needed.”Dialogue is always an option but we have to have a position of strength,” he said. “How do you talk from a position of strength? You have to beat them on the battlefield. They’re fighting us.”It’s not only confined to North Waziristan. They are attacking us in Karachi… We would like to eradicate the Taliban from Pakistan.”The BBC’s Lyse Doucet, who conducted the interview, says most political parties including his own had agreed to pursue talks and that launching military action would be a risky option for the government, and for Bhutto.