Sources told DawnNews that members from the banned militant organisation Lashkar-e-Jhangvi kidnapped five intelligence officials two days ago. – File Photo

JHELUM: An operation launched in Jhelum against militants responsible for the killings of intelligence officials, came to an end of Sunday, DawnNews reported.

Sources told DawnNews that members from the banned militant organisation Lashkar-e-Jhangvi kidnapped five intelligence officials two days ago. Security forces had then launched an operation in the Pir Chumbal area.

The intelligence officials were killed when troops mounted a secret undercover operation after receiving information about the presence of suspected terrorists in the area.

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