Greater than 100 militants killed in operations: ISPR

The army’s media wing on Friday night claimed to have killed greater than 100 suspected militants in intelligence-based operations carried out by safety forces throughout the nation, together with Punjab, prior to now 24 hours. “The intelligence businesses are making progress to unearth networks behind the current terrorism incidents,” learn an announcement issued by Inter-Companies Public Relations.
In its assertion, the army claimed that it had discovered linkages to militant assist networks working from throughout the border.

IBOs and mixing ops throughout the nation together with Punjab. Over 100 Ts killed apart from sizeable apprehensions throughout final 24 hours. pic.twitter.com/hVrzRFTSrr
— Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor (@OfficialDGISPR) February 17, 2017
“The border has been closed since final evening because of safety causes. No cross-border or unauthorised entry might be allowed into Pakistan from Afghanistan,” learn the assertion.
Safety forces have been given particular orders to take care of strict vigilance all alongside the border, it added.
“Military is for safety of individuals of Pakistan in opposition to all varieties of risk. Nation to remain steadfast with full confidence of their safety forces. We will not let the hostile agenda succeed no matter it could value,” the military chief was quoted as saying.
“Each the federal and provincial legislation enforcement authorities and police began a crackdown throughout the nation earlier than daybreak, and scores of suspects have been arrested from completely different cities,” a authorities official talking on situation of anonymity had advised AFP early on Friday.
He mentioned the sweeping operation will intensify within the coming days.
The Military had launched a search and strike operation within the Shalman space of Khyber Company close to the Pak-Afghan border, utilizing heavy artillery, safety sources mentioned. 4 alleged terrorists have been killed within the Decrease Orakzai tehsil of the Orakzai Company throughout the operation, the sources mentioned.
Three alleged terrorists have been killed throughout a search and strike operation within the Reggi space of Peshawar. Based on officers, weapons and hand-grenades have been additionally recovered from the militants.
4 extra have been killed in Bannu throughout an change of fireside.
Six militants have been killed within the Khyber Company.
An announcement from the paramilitary Rangers mentioned at the least 18 terrorists had been killed in operations in Sindh in a single day, whereas police officers mentioned seven extra had been killed by them.
Two extra militants have been killed in a gun battle with police on Sariab Highway in Quetta.
Earlier within the day, Afghan diplomats have been summoned to Basic Headquarters (GHQ) in Rawalpindi by the Military, which lodged a powerful protest in opposition to using Afghan soil by terrorists to hold out assaults in Pakistan.
The Afghan officers have been additionally handed over a listing of 76 “most wished” terrorists by the Pakistan Military, DG Inter-Companies Public Relations (ISPR) Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor had mentioned in a Tweet.
Afghanistan was requested to both take “instant motion” in opposition to the named terrorists or hand them over to Pakistan, he mentioned.
In the meantime, in a telephonic dialog with Afghan Nationwide Safety Adviser Hanif Atmar, Adviser to Prime Minister on International Affairs Sartaj Aziz underlined that the federal government and the individuals of Pakistan have been in a state of deep anguish and ache on the current terrorist incidents in numerous elements of Pakistan, which had resulted within the lack of treasured human lives.
Aziz had additionally advised Atmar that the banned terror outfit, Jamat-ul-Ahrar, had accepted accountability for the acts of terror, and expressed critical considerations that the terrorist outfit continued to function from its sanctuaries and secure havens in Afghanistan whereas Pakistan’s calls to Afghan officers concerning their existence went unheeded.

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