RAWALPINDI: The media wing of the Pakistan Army said in a statement issued on Sunday that security forces killed five terrorists during two intelligence-led operations (IBO) in North Waziristan.
The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said the five terrorists included a man who was behind a total of 17 attacks on law enforcement agencies (LEAs), adding that the operation was carried out in the north. Based on intelligence in Mir Ali and Khaisur areas of Waziristan. And tip off.
Two terrorist commanders, Syed Rahim Abid of the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (AKK group) and Saifullah Noor of the TTP (Gohar group), were killed, according to ISPR.
The statement said that TTP commander Saifullah Noor was directly involved in various attacks on security forces in Khaisur using IEDs, adding that he had killed a total of 17 terrorists. He was also involved in the attacks.
ITPR commander Syed Rahim Abid Mir Ali and Wana were in charge of two suicide bombing centers in Wana, the ISPR said, adding that anti-state agencies had targeted them for killing terrorists and recruiting and organizing them. Was assigned.
In addition to killing four ‘Malik’ or tribal elders in Abid Mir Ali, Abid was also involved in the killing of three engineers of a company in North Waziristan. It is also said to have been part of a series of improvised explosive devices (IEDs).