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“Terrorists attempting to cross the Pak-Afghan border were eliminated in a gunfire exchange”


Kabul: “Terrorists attempting to infiltrate the Pakistan-Afghanistan border were ‘killed in an exchange of fire,’ according to the Pakistani Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR).

Pakistani security forces killed a group of terrorists as part of their ongoing efforts against militants.

The ISPR statement noted that military personnel detected the movement of five terrorists attempting to breach the border near Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s (KP) North Waziristan district. Swiftly responding to the threat, security forces conducted an operation resulting in the demise of two terrorists, identified as Hazrat Umer and Rehman Niaz, following a fierce firefight, while three others sustained injuries, Pakistani media reported.

 Additionally, four terrorists were neutralized in an intelligence-driven operation on March 8 in the same district, with another four eliminated in a subsequent sanitization operation. Over the span of March 8 to 9, a total of 10 terrorists were eliminated by security forces in the tribal district.

The military’s media wing underscored Pakistan’s consistent calls to the interim Afghan government to bolster border management on their side, a claim consistently rejected by Afghan Taliban.

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