Security Forces Hunt Down 15 Terrorists In Tirah Valley

Security Forces Hunt Down 15 Terrorists In Tirah Valley|PakistanTribe.Com

Security Forces Hunt Down 15 Terrorists In Tirah Valley|PakistanTribe.Com

KHYBER AGENCY – Federal Administrative Tribal Area (FATA) is no more safe zone for terrorists as 15 more terrorists shot down by security forces in a ground operation launched in Tirah Valley’s ‘,Mastak’ area early morning on Saturday.

Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) issued a press release about the forces’ attack on terrorists hideout in Tirah Valley. It was confirmed that 15 terrorists were killed in this raid.

Press release say that around 35 terrorists were gathered in ‘Mastak’ area of Tirah valley when the forces attacked. “Terrorists escaped leaving the 10 bodies of their 10 companion and weapons,” the press release stated.

“Security forces seized bodies of ten terrorists besides recovering arms and ammunition from them”, ISPR added.

Not to forget that three days ago, 30 militants of outlawed movements were killed in the airstrike of Pakistan Army over  militants’ hideouts in Tirah Valley.

Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) had confirmed the death of militants. Spokesman of Lashkar-e-Islam, Salahuddin Ayyubi, was also killed in the airstrike. A Vehicle of militant was hit by rocket fired by jets which caused the immediate death. Also two weapon depot were destroyed in the airstrike.

Later a day after, Ehsanullah Ehsan, spokesman of Jamaatul Ahrar, a splinter group of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), had announced about the resignation of group’s chief  Maulana Qasim and supreme commander Omar Khalid Khorasani,

He had circulated an e-mail to different media outlets with the confirmation of resignation news writing that “Maulana Qasim Omar Khorasani, chief of TTP Jamaatul Ahrar, and Omar Khalid Khorasani, the supreme commander of the group, have resigned voluntarily.” He adds that “Jamaatul Ahrar’s Executive Council has accepted their resignations.”


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