On 8th January 5 terrorists of TTP took shelter in a house in Manzarkhel area in a bid to attack Military. On January 10 in an Intelligence operation these terrorists were neutralized. PTM should update the list of their missing persons.
SWAT: The Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) has foiled a major terror bid in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Bajaur by arresting four suspects and seizing a huge quantity of explosive material and two vehicles. “The terrorist is identified as Abdullah Khan and belonged to an outlawed organisation,” the CTD had said while further claiming that a hand grenade and a pistol was recovered from his possession. Police had claimed to arrest two ‘terrorists linked to the Indian spy agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW)’ from Karachi in a separate action.
an organization that was incorporated by Sex Offenders & Money Launderers to wage disinformation war against Pakistan.
10 Terrorists killed in Awaran, Balochistan when security forces encircled them. The terrorists opened fire on security forces and during the exchange of fire, all the terrorists were killed , These terrorists were involved in Martyring of Lance Naik Iqbal Shaheed . Huge cache of weapons and communication equipment were recovered from them.
According to reports, BSO-Azad leader Karima Mehrab Baloch was found dead in city of Toronto yesterday. BSO-Azad is a banned terror outfit in Pakistan owing to it's links with Allah Nazar run militant group BLF. Toronto Police confirmed on their Social Media account that Karima had went missing on Sunday, 20th December.
THE government’s decision to establish a commission “for implementation of national narrative and development of structures against violent extremism and radicalisation” is a significant move towards countering violent extremism (CVE) and terrorism (CT) in the long term.
Their absence will forever be painful, not for their families only but many others. They didn't take 144 lives only, they tested our resolve & resilience. They will always be remembered in our hearts and be a driving force for better Pakistan!!
The Counter-Terrorism Department said on Tuesday that it had foiled a possible militant attack on the Islamabad Stock Exchange after the arrest of three terrorists involved in the Rawalpindi bomb blast. A statement issued by the CTD said the militants admitted to carrying out four terrorist attacks in Pakistan and planned to bomb the Islamabad Stock Exchange. It said militant organisations operating from Afghanistan had provided financial support. The CTD-Lahore said it seized explosives during the operation.
The incident happened when an improvised explosive device went off inside the market located near the Ganj Mandi area of Rawalpindi. According to preliminary investigations, the bomb was planted in a vegetable cart by some unknown miscreants who fled the scene afterwards.