Five militant commanders killed in Swat


Express April 26, 2010

SWAT: Five militant commanders have been killed during clashes with security forces in Swat.

One security personnel has also been injured. The killed commanders have been identified as Anwar, Deputy commander Saddiq, Mustafa, Peer Ehsan and Muhammad Hussain .

They were killed in clashes in  Alam Sar and Ghalaygai areas and Kanhu areas of the Swat valley.

Security forces have seized ammunition and weapons from the possession of the killed militants.

COMMENTS (1)

Anonymous | 10 years ago | Reply Militants, until more recently, have become like cockroaches in Pakistan. The attacks continue, drones find their way, militants die and then suicide bombs kill civilians.. It has become an ongoing cycle. It is worth thinking that are these even militants anymore? Surely, there can't be a militant movement where when a dozen die, another 20 take over for commandment.
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