Radd-ul-Fasaad: Five terrorists linked to banned outfits killed in Balochistan

Security forces carry out over 40 operations across country; 11 militants arrested

News Desk April 27, 2017

Security forces carried out over 40 various types of operations across the country during the last 24 hours, killing at least five terrorists linked to proscribed outfits in Balochistan.

According to Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), law enforcement agencies conducted 29 cordon and search operations and 12 intelligence-based operations (IBOs) in different parts of the country as part of the ongoing Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad.

Balochistan Frontier Corps (FC) conducted IBOs in Gawak and Mand areas and killed militants linked to banned organisations. Two FC soldiers were also injured during the exchange of fire with terrorists.

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In Punjab, 29 cordon and search operations, as well as IBOs, were carried out in different parts of the province including Bahawalpur, Rahim Yaar Khan, Lohdran, Pakpattan and Bahawaagar. Nine terrorists were held during the raids.

Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Frontier Corps foiled a terror bid during the operations in Bar Qambar Khel, Bara and Khyber Agency. Law enforcers rounded up two terrorists, Shahid and Abdul Raziq, who were planning a major terrorist attack in the area on directions they were getting from across the border.

A sizable quantity of explosives was also recovered during the search operations.

Radd-ul-Fasaad was launched after a series of terrorist attacks in the country in February.


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Sajid Ansari | 4 years ago | Reply Good job being done by our gallant armed forces of cleaning up RAW agents in Baluchistan and mercenary army, the Blackwater (TTP) in FATA and KPK.
Omar Sadiq | 4 years ago | Reply Indiots must be reeling that their terrorists in Pakistan are being killed left and right!
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