Nine terrorists killed in air strikes in Pakistan
At least nine terrorists were killed on Saturday and their hideouts destroyed in aerial and ground operations by the Army in Pakistan's restive northwestern tribal region bordering Afghanistan.
Peshawar: At least nine terrorists were killed on Saturday and their hideouts destroyed in aerial and ground operations by the Army in Pakistan's restive northwestern tribal region bordering Afghanistan.
Six terrorist hideouts were destroyed in the raids in Khyber Agency's Rajgal Valley that also killed nine militants, according to a statement issued by the Inter Service Public Relations (ISPR).
Large dumps of arms and ammunition were targeted in air raids and ground operations in the treacherous terrain, the statement added.
The operation was part of Khyber-III, launched on Tuesday, which targets terrorists holed up in the area beyond Tirah Valley, right on the Pakistan-Afghanistan border.
On Wednesday, 14 terrorists were killed in air strikes in the high-mountainous region where the proscribed Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan had a strong presence, The Express Tribune reported.
The toll from three days of the military operation so far stands at 27 dead, including two soldiers.
Analysts and reports suggest that Pakistan will remain greylisted till the next session of FATF in 2022 as it has failed to curb terror financing of UN proscribed terrorists living in Pakistan
Delhi Police arrest Pakistani terror suspect with ISI links, seize arms and ammunition including AK-47
The suspect was posing as a ''maulana'' (religious preacher) and was arrested on Monday night, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Special Cell) Pramod Singh Kushwaha said.
Mohammad Ashraf alias Ali, a resident of Pakistan's Punjab province, was arrested from the Laxmi Nagar area of east Delhi and police also seized arms and ammunition from his possession