Terrorism in Pakistan
"Area clearance operation in progress to hunt down any other terrorist in the area," ISPR says.
Pakistan’s anti-extremism policy is in many ways half-baked and inconsistent.
For starters, conflating the TTP with the Afghan Taliban has been useful for both the pro-war and anti-war brigades.
TTP spokesman denies reports about ceasefire and asks its affiliated militants to continue their activities.
He was suspected of masterminding the suicide blast on an election rally in 2018 which killed 128 people.
A large cache of arms and ammunition was also recovered during the intelligence-based raid, according to ISPR.
Minister welcomes Afghan Taliban's announcement to prevent use of their soil against Pakistan, but seeks implementation.
Suggests pardon will be granted to those TTP elements who, before anything, have not remained involved in "criminal activities".
Over the past few months, there has been an uptick in militant activity.
Pakistan condemns use of Afghan soil by terrorists.
Says Afghan Taliban's announcement to not allow their land to be used for terrorism against any country is "very positive".
Another terrorist was apprehended who later revealed they planned to conduct a fire raid on a military post, ISPR says.
According to the military's media affairs wing, terrorists targeted security forces using an improvised explosive device
Terrorists attacked the Beza check-post in the Hasan Khel area adjacent to the Afghan border.
Says evidence gathered during the investigation of the blast points to "Indian-sponsored terrorism".
Terrorists based in Afghanistan carried out one of the attacks.
An operation has been launched to apprehend the perpetrators, ISPR says.
Search operation is in progress to block the escape routes of the terrorists, apprehend perpetrators, says military's media wing.
Six to eight other terrorists managed to escape from the area, says CTD spokesman.
100 fugitives and 25 wanted accused arrested with the help of Data and Command Communication Centre.
Two terrorists killed, "significant" quantity of arms/ammunition recovered, the military's media affairs wing says.
Says army will make all possible efforts to achieve enduring peace for the socio-economic development of Balochistan.
ISPR says at least four terrorist killed and eight others injured in one of the two incidents.
MNA expresses concern over the deteriorating security situation in merged tribal districts.
“After establishing that there’s a link, security forces have enhanced their operation and got some major success," he says.
One of them, Abdul Adam Zeb, had been involved in more than 20 terrorist activities since 2014.
The slain militants had been involved in terrorist activities against security forces and locals since 2009, says ISPR.
Extremism is a hydra-headed monster that needs a sustained, multifaceted approach to vanquish.
Maj Gen Babar Iftikhar rubbishes reports that Asif Ghafoor will be appointed new ISI chief in place of Faiz Hamid.
More is needed than a securitised response.