Two truck drivers arrested for smuggling explosives into Pakistan

In a serious achievement in ongoing anti-terror raids throughout the nation, the safety forces have arrested two truck drivers for allegedly smuggling explosives into Pakistan below the garb of Afghan transit commerce.
The legislation enforcement personnel took motion on a tip-off from intelligence businesses and rounded up two truck drivers recognized as Sakhi Badshah and Rasool Nawaz throughout raid in Sona Chowk space of Sadiqabad metropolis.
In keeping with sources, each suspects belonging to Wana city of South Waziristan Company have shut hyperlinks with the terrorist teams.
The Afghanistan–Pakistan Transit Commerce Settlement is a bilateral commerce settlement between the 2 international locations. The treaty, signed in 1950, gave Afghanistan the proper to import duty-free items by way of Karachi. It permits Afghanistan entry to the dry port of Lahore, and in addition entry to a land route as much as the Wagah border with India.
Safety sources have termed Sakhi Badshah and Rasool Nawaz’s arrest a serious achievement in struggle towards terrorism. Each have been moved to undisclosed location for interrogation.
The event comes three days after Pakistan Military introduced the launch of Operation Radd-ul-Fassad (elimination of discord), a nationwide anti-terrorist operation, days after a sequence of terrorist assaults claimed lives of greater than 100 individuals throughout the nation.
Troops and police have been on excessive alert after final week’s wave of assaults, together with one on Mall Street in Lahore and one other on Lal Shahbaz Qalandar Shrine in Sindh province, killed greater than 100 individuals.
After the assaults, the legislation enforcement businesses (LEAs) launched a violent crackdown, with Pakistani forces saying they’d killed dozens of “terrorists” and carried out strikes on militant hideouts alongside the border with Afghanistan.

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