TTP commander killed in exchange of fire with security forces

Published: August 6, 2018
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A clash between security forces and the militants took place at Unit 58 BR  Jani Khel, Bannu.
PHOTO:REUTERS

A clash between security forces and the militants took place at Unit 58 BR Jani Khel, Bannu. PHOTO:REUTERS

BANNU: Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan’s regional vice commander Naseebur Rehman was allegedly killed in an exchange of fire with security forces on Monday

Intelligence sources confirmed that a clash between security forces and the militants took place at Unit 58 BR Jani Khel, Bannu.

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Rehman, son of Akbar Khan was Taliban Commander Sadar Hayat’s right hand, intelligence sources added.

Further investigations regarding the incident are underway.

PHOTO:EXPRESS

PHOTO:EXPRESS

Earlier in June this year, TTP chief Mullah Fazlullah was also killed in a US drone strike.

Fazlullah was reportedly travelling in a vehicle along with four other commanders when he was targeted by a remotely-piloted US aircraft at 11pm on June 13 in Afghanistan’s Kunar province.

 

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