Two children martyred during South Waziristan operation against terrorists: ISPR
A soldier stands guard in Pakistan’s South Waziristan district. – Reuters
Army operation in tribal areas.
Eight terrorists were killed in the operation.
Troops act on information presence in Zanghara.
Rawalpindi: 2 children were martyred and 2 were injured in the exchange of fire between the armed forces. terrorist Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in a statement on Thursday that security forces in Zangra area of South Waziristan.
According to the army’s media wing, eight people were also shot dead by the forces during the operation. terrorist After a tip-off in the area.
The clash between the soldiers and the terrorists involved intense gunfire and mortar fire. Security forces And terrorists, the ISPR said.
Pakistan is once again facing terrorist attacks in its rural and urban centers. Security forces of the country, personnel of law enforcement agencies and innocent citizens are being targeted by terrorists.
While the attacks continued, Pakistan’s civilian and military leadership conducted intelligence-based operations (IBO) to clear militant-infiltrated areas to prevent defying the state’s mandate to bring down criminals. Committed to
A day ago, a terrorist commander involved in the attack on the census team was shot dead by the security forces in Gara Gul Dad area of Kalachi Tehsil of Dera Ismail Khan.
Terrorists opened fire on a police party on census security duty in Tank’s Raghzai area, as a result of which a policeman, Constable Dil Jan, was martyred.
Earlier this week, the Ministry of Defense rejected the Election Commission of Pakistan’s request to provide security during elections in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
The ministry said Pakistan’s army would not be available for election duty this year due to the “situation in the country”, noting that security of the borders and the country was the army’s “first priority”.
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