Frontier Corps conducted on Wednesday an operation in Kohlu, Balochistan and recovered arms and ammunition.
“FC Balochistan conducted IBO [intelligence-based operation] in Maiwand [area] on terrorists suspected hideout,” said the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) in a statement.
“Cache of arms and ammunition including RPG rockets, mines, detonators and ammunition recovered,” the military’s media wing added.
The raids were part of the ongoing Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad, a military offensive launched in February 2017 against the “latent threat of terrorism.”
On February 28, FC conducted an IBO on suspected terrorist hideouts in Chaman, Sibi, Uch and Kohlu areas of Balochistan as part of the ongoing operation and recovered huge cache of arms and ammunition including suicide jackets, RPG rockets, sub-machine guns, mines, explosives, detonators and ammunition.