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Mullah Omar, who was called a Pak agent by India and apparently captured Kulbushan, has been killed in Turbat, Balochistan.

He was most wanted in Iran but was known to be a Pak sympathiser.

This comes days after the Iran FM met PM Khan.


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This account has posted the picture of his dead body and it is indeed him.
Endians are saying RAW carried out this attack. lol.
Don't listen to their useless claims.
 

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Jaish-al-Adl has claimed multiple terrorist attacks inside Iran.

Good riddance.

The Iranians now need to return the favor and demonstrate that they too will take action against anti-Pakistan elements based in Iran.
 

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Time to end cross border terrorism in non-disputed border areas. Iran and Pakistan both can end menance of Baloch terrorism working together and not against each other.
 

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Another foolish act by Pak. Iran will never eliminate BLF in its soil. People sitting at the top currently whether civilians and military will never understand.
 

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Another foolish act by Pak. Iran will never eliminate BLF in its soil. People sitting at the top currently whether civilians and military will never understand.
Not really.

As we discovered in FATA, supporting some local militant groups against the TTP was a short term solution and eventually backfired, with the local anti-TTP militant groups refusing to give up arms once they had a taste of power. Hafiz Gul Bahadur eventually completely turned against the Pakistani State and joined the TTP.

Omar had links with extremist Sunni (sectarian) groups allegedly involved in working with TTP, JuA etc in carrying out sectarian terrorist attacks in Balochistan. At the end of the day, you just can't have a clean 'delinking' between these groups.

Omar's elimination will serve Pakistan in the long run. Of course, the GoP needs to now put pressure on the Iranian government to crackdown on various anti-Pakistan elements operating out of Iran.
 

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Another foolish act by Pak. Iran will never eliminate BLF in its soil. People sitting at the top currently whether civilians and military will never understand.
One dead terrorist is good for the world no matter who does it. How is killing a terrorist foolish?
 

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Now his group will also turn against us.
We have a knack for ruining our relations on behest of others.
We don't need good relations with any of these groups - they'll all eventually turn on us. Like I said earlier - we saw this all play out in FATA.

FATA was eventually secured solely by the efforts of the Army and Frontier Corps, and not by any 'good Taliban' militant groups.
 

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Mullar Omar who was one of the wanted militants in Iran has been killed by Pak forces. He was known to be against Baloch militants and was apparently the person who captured Kulbushan.

This comes days after PM Khan met the Iran FM.

Why was he killed if he was pro Pakistani?

Was there a deal between the two countries that if Pak Army kill Mullah Omar then the Iran forces will target Dr Nazar (a wanted BLF terrorist), who is currently in Iran??


Also, those Endians are claiming that RAW carried out this assassination. What a bunch of...
I wonder what Iran promised PM Khan?
Appreciate the news.

But what's any of it got to do with India? You seem quite eager to mention India in this discussion.
 

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