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Police kill six Daesh militants in southwestern Pakistan

  • Militants were killed in a raid at the QDA graveyard in Quetta on Saturday night
  • Counter Terrorism Department says more raids are planned across Balochistan province
KARACHI: Pakistani police have killed six Daesh militants in an overnight raid in southwestern Balochistan province, the Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) said on Sunday.
The militants, including one from the provincial police Redbook (wanted list) identified as Asghar Samalani were killed in a shootout at the QDA graveyard in Quetta, the provincial capital, as they were “moving to attack a sensitive installation,” the CTD said in a statement. Explosives, firearms and rounds of ammunition were seized from the site.
“A huge terrorism plan of DAESH defeated in Balochistan,” the CTD said. “The terrorists started indiscriminate firing and lobbed grenades on CTD Team. A shootout ensued. CTD Team took precautions. When firing stopped, 06 terrorists, including Asghar Sumalani, were found dead while 4-5 terrorists managed to escape taking benefit of darkness.”
Samalani had a Rs2 million ($11,400) bounty on his head. CTD said the other five killed in the shootout have yet to be identified.
“More raids are planned for other areas of Balochistan,” it said. “A big investigation has been launched to arrest remaining members of the Network.”
Balochistan, the largest province of Pakistan in terms of land area, has long been marred by violent attacks carried out by Baloch separatists and militant groups, including Daesh.
In January last year, Daesh claimed responsibility for the kidnapping and execution of 11 coal miners who were members of the ethnic Hazara minority community. It was one of many such attacks in the province that is the focus of the $60-billion China Pakistan Economic Corridor — a transport and energy link planned between western China and Pakistan’s southern deep-water port of Gwadar.
 

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Police kill six Daesh militants in southwestern Pakistan

  • Militants were killed in a raid at the QDA graveyard in Quetta on Saturday night
  • Counter Terrorism Department says more raids are planned across Balochistan province
KARACHI: Pakistani police have killed six Daesh militants in an overnight raid in southwestern Balochistan province, the Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) said on Sunday.
The militants, including one from the provincial police Redbook (wanted list) identified as Asghar Samalani were killed in a shootout at the QDA graveyard in Quetta, the provincial capital, as they were “moving to attack a sensitive installation,” the CTD said in a statement. Explosives, firearms and rounds of ammunition were seized from the site.
“A huge terrorism plan of DAESH defeated in Balochistan,” the CTD said. “The terrorists started indiscriminate firing and lobbed grenades on CTD Team. A shootout ensued. CTD Team took precautions. When firing stopped, 06 terrorists, including Asghar Sumalani, were found dead while 4-5 terrorists managed to escape taking benefit of darkness.”
Samalani had a Rs2 million ($11,400) bounty on his head. CTD said the other five killed in the shootout have yet to be identified.
“More raids are planned for other areas of Balochistan,” it said. “A big investigation has been launched to arrest remaining members of the Network.”
Balochistan, the largest province of Pakistan in terms of land area, has long been marred by violent attacks carried out by Baloch separatists and militant groups, including Daesh.
In January last year, Daesh claimed responsibility for the kidnapping and execution of 11 coal miners who were members of the ethnic Hazara minority community. It was one of many such attacks in the province that is the focus of the $60-billion China Pakistan Economic Corridor — a transport and energy link planned between western China and Pakistan’s southern deep-water port of Gwadar.
I am curious that how CTD is so effective when it comes to busting ISIS/ISKP networks in urban centers of Pakistan but its efficacy is not at par when it comes to neutralizing TTP or secessionist terrorists in Balochistan.
 

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I am curious that how CTD is so effective when it comes to busting ISIS/ISKP networks in urban centers of Pakistan but its efficacy is not at par when it comes to neutralizing TTP or secessionist terrorists in Balochistan.

Spec Forces kill them, and to keep the bustard judges and other turds off their backs, let the CTD claim credit. The only way you would know is the amount of decorations awarded to Intel Paramilitaries and Spec Forces.
 

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Spec Forces kill them, and to keep the bustard judges and other turds off their backs, let the CTD claim credit. The only way you would know is the amount of decorations awarded to Intel Paramilitaries and Spec Forces.
Graveyard! Lol! Ooookkkkk sure…
 

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Spec Forces kill them, and to keep the bustard judges and other turds off their backs, let the CTD claim credit. The only way you would know is the amount of decorations awarded to Intel Paramilitaries and Spec Forces.
Capt who lead sustain 6 bullets but survived.

Thanks to b.p jacket gifted by someone ......:smitten:
 

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Spec Forces kill them, and to keep the bustard judges and other turds off their backs, let the CTD claim credit. The only way you would know is the amount of decorations awarded to Intel Paramilitaries and Spec Forces.

CTD also does a lot.

But, yes, the attribution of responsibility is often kept vague.
 

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Spec Forces kill them, and to keep the bustard judges and other turds off their backs, let the CTD claim credit. The only way you would know is the amount of decorations awarded to Intel Paramilitaries and Spec Forces.
usually their intel is good they are competent but i have heard people telling me they exaggerate the numbers
 

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