Publish dateWednesday 12 June 2024 - 09:44
Story Code : 291889
11 members of TTP were killed in the operation of Pakistani army
Pakistani officials say that the country's security forces have killed 11 members of the group during a night operation on a hideout of the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - International Service: This military operation took place two days after a bomb exploded in this area, killing seven soldiers.

The Pakistan Army released a statement saying that the attack was carried out based on intelligence information in the Laki Marwat area of ​​Khyber Pashtun Khwa. According to this announcement, this retaliatory attack took place after a roadside bomb exploded in this area, as a result of which seven Pakistani soldiers were killed.

The Pakistani military has said that the operation is still ongoing to "eliminate any other terrorists found in the area".

The Pakistani army has said that its forces are "determined to eliminate the threat of terrorism in Pakistan."

So far, no group has claimed responsibility for the roadside bomb explosion. But it is possible that TTP will be considered guilty of this attack.

Pakistani authorities have always accused Afghanistan of harboring Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan fighters, a charge that the Islamic Emirate has repeatedly denied.

The states of Khyber-Pashtun-Khwa and Baluchistan are among the restive states of Pakistan, which once in a while witnessed attacks by armed rebels, which mainly target the security forces of that country.

In the attacks of 2023, about 500 security forces and nearly 500 civilians were killed in Pakistan.
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