Four terrorists killed in North Waziristan

Published February 4, 2021
Four terrorists were killed during an exchange of fire with security forces in the Mir Ali area of North Waziristan tribal district. — File
Four terrorists were killed during an exchange of fire with security forces in the Mir Ali area of North Waziristan tribal district. — File

NORTH WAZIRISTAN: Four terrorists were killed during an exchange of fire with security forces in the Mir Ali area of North Waziristan tribal district, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said on Wednesday.

According to the ISPR, security forces observed presence of terrorists in a compound in Mir Ali. As soon as the troops cordoned off the area, terrorists opened fire. During the intense exchange of fire, four terrorists were killed.

The ISPR said that these terrorists were involved in kidnapping for ransom, extortion, raids on security forces and IED explosions.

During the conduct of the operation, Naib Subedar Amin Ullah, 42, a resident of Chitral, and sepoy Sher Zamin, 24, a resident of Landi Kotal, embraced martyrdom. Four other soldiers were injured, it said.

Published in Dawn, February 4th, 2021

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