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Three terrorists killed in exchange of firing with police in Charsadda

February 02, 2023
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In Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, three terrorists were killed in an exchange of firing with police in Nisata area of district Charsadda on Thursday.
According to Charsadda police, the terrorists opened fire on police force in the area. Police retaliated and killed all the terrorists on the spot.
Arms and ammunition were also recovered from the terrorists.








Killer of two intelligence officers shot dead in Kurram

January 31, 2023

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The terrorist, who had martyred two intelligence officers in Khanewal on 3rd of this month, has been killed in an intelligence-based operation by security forces in Kurram district.
According to official sources, the intelligence agencies tracked the terrorist named Umar Niazi, using extreme diligence and advanced technology to nab him, who was trying to flee to Afghanistan.
The terrorist was arrested in injured state during joint operation by law enforcement agencies but he succumbed to injuries later.






 
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Surveillance tower inaugurated in Bajaur

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February 4, 2023

BAJAUR: A surveillance tower built at a key thoroughfare in Khar, the district headquarters of Bajaur tribal district, to monitor the activities of miscreants and other criminal elements through modern devices, was inaugurated on Friday.

Commander Bajaur Scouts Brig Rao Imran Siraj, deputy commissioner Fahad Wazir and district police officer Shaukat Ali inaugurated the tower constructed at a model police post in Mian Shah Jehan Chowk, during a ceremony, according to a statement issued from the district police officer’s office.

Officials were informed that the tower equipped with modern surveillance equipment was constructed by Bajaur Scouts.

The surveillance tower, the first such facility in the district, was meant to ensure the comprehensive monitoring of activities of miscreants and other anti-social elements in the district headquarters and its surrounding areas round-the-clock.

The officials expressed the hope that the tower would help thwart anti-peace elements.

Published in Dawn, February 4th, 2023
 

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12 TTP terrorists killed in IBO operation in Lakki Marwat

February 08, 2023

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Twelve terrorists of TTP were killed during an intelligence based operation by security forces in Lakki Marwat.
According to the ISPR, terrorists' movement and activities were being watched by the intelligence agencies over the last one week. The terrorists were lured in by providing a vehicle for escape that was intercepted and neutralised.
Weapons, ammunition and Afghan currency was also recovered from the terrorists during the operation.
The Security Forces are carrying out clearance operation in the aera.
The locals have appreciated the operation and lauded the efforts of Pakistan Army in eliminating terrorism.










 
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TWO TERRORISTS KILLED AFTER GRENADE ATTACK ON CTD TEAM​


NOWSHERA: Two terrorists were killed after carrying out a grenade attack and firing at a raiding team of the Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) in the Nowshera district of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), ARY News reported on Thursday.

The CTD spokesperson said that an intelligence-based operation (IBO) was conducted in Nowshera’s Misri Banda in the vicinity of the Risalpur police station. The terrorists carried out a grenade attack and opened fire at the raiding team.

The CTD team remained safe in the grenade attack and firing but a vehicle was partially damaged. After retaliation, two terrorists of a banned outfit were killed while two to three terrorists escaped taking the advantage of darkness.

The killed terrorists were identified as Zeeshan alias Usman and Salman alias Emirati. The killed terrorists were wanted in several terrorism cases in Mardan and Charsadda.

The spokesperson said that the terrorists were involved in hand grenade attacks on police officials and extortion.
It was learnt that the terrorists martyred constable Bilal and Muzammil Shah in Charsadda’s Umerzai town and a constable namely Zarmast in the Tangi area. Moreover, they were also involved in the assassination of senior medical technician Abdul Tawwab.

The CTD officials recovered two pistols, a hand grenade and a motorcycle from their possession. Both terrorists were associated with the banned Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP).
 

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Banda Pul MiranShah North Waziristan..
Security forces on credible Intel of Terrorists movement conducted an operation. In exchange of fire one Terrorist commander eliminated, three Apprehended.
Arms and ammo recovered


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Banda Pul MiranShah North Waziristan..
Security forces on credible Intel of Terrorists movement conducted an operation. In exchange of fire one Terrorist commander eliminated, three Apprehended.
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All afghani terrorists hiding in Pakistan
 

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All afghani terrorists hiding in Pakistan
If Pakistan is cooperating with the US, perhaps it can ask to share the database of facial scans of prissiness that use to be in prisons in Afghanistan from the 20 year war. It may help identify and map the network that maybe sending these miscreants into Pakistan.
 

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If Pakistan is cooperating with the US, perhaps it can ask to share the database of facial scans of prissiness that use to be in prisons in Afghanistan from the 20 year war. It may help identify and map the network that maybe sending these miscreants into Pakistan.
How would that work?
Those people are probably long dead and there are fresh people being sent in and recruited
 

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How would that work?
Those people are probably long dead and there are fresh people being sent in and recruited
He churn may not be as much as we think. Sure the low level fighters are probably recruits within months of an attack but if mid level or higher leaders of these groups are killed while coordinating the attacks, then if they can be identified and if they are found in the database, could identify who they may be working with and/or for. Then the government knows whom to go after or to pressure on more specifically.

It’s like taking down the mafia. Many of the older and senior people are in it for life, but mid level capos (caporegimes; or middle managers) are the ones we should be hunting. They are the link between the bosses and the foot soldiers. Take down the capos and you take down these smuggler miscreant mafias.

So I figure, people that were low level people and still alive, could be middle level people if they are still operating. We need data to link those taken off the battlefield to their supporters in Pakistan and back in Afghanistan.

Also, I hope the police builds hardened posts and uses unmanned armed posts to protect entrances.
 
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The Counter Terrorism Department in Peshawar on Tuesday claimed to have repulsed an attack by militants on law enforcers last night in North Waziristan’s Mir Ali area, killing at least four operatives of the proscribed Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP).

According to a CTD statement issued on Tuesday, the militants belonging to the TTP attacked a law enforcers van carrying prisoners near Mir Ali Bypass. The inmates were being transported from Miranshah to Bannu by the CTD personnel when they came under attack.

It said militants opened indiscriminate fire on the convoy of security men, prompting law enforcers to retaliate.

“Due to firing by militants, all three inmates present in the van were killed,” the statement said, adding that four TTP terrorists were also shot dead in the exchange of fire while five to six others managed to flee under the cover of darkness.

It said the slain terrorists were wanted by law enforcers in a number of heinous crimes.

“The terrorists were involved in the targeted killings of security personnel. They were also involved in the killing of constable Iftikhar,” the CTD said.

A clearance operation was under way in the area to look for the fleeing terrorists, the statement added.

Last week, the CTD claimed to have killed a suspected terrorist allegedly belonging to the TTP in an encounter and arrested 11 other members of banned outfits from different cities during intelligence-based operations (IBOs) across Punjab.

Pakistan has been hit by a wave of terrorism, mostly in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, but also in Balochistan and the Punjab town of Mianwali, which borders KP. The renewed wave of terrorism also reached as far as the peripheries of Islamabad.

January was the deadliest month since 2018, in which 134 people lost their lives — a 139 per cent spike — and 254 received injuries in at least 44 militant attacks across the country.
 

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The Counter Terrorism Department in Peshawar on Tuesday claimed to have repulsed an attack by militants on law enforcers last night in North Waziristan’s Mir Ali area, killing at least four operatives of the proscribed Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP).

According to a CTD statement issued on Tuesday, the militants belonging to the TTP attacked a law enforcers van carrying prisoners near Mir Ali Bypass. The inmates were being transported from Miranshah to Bannu by the CTD personnel when they came under attack.

It said militants opened indiscriminate fire on the convoy of security men, prompting law enforcers to retaliate.

“Due to firing by militants, all three inmates present in the van were killed,” the statement said, adding that four TTP terrorists were also shot dead in the exchange of fire while five to six others managed to flee under the cover of darkness.

It said the slain terrorists were wanted by law enforcers in a number of heinous crimes.

“The terrorists were involved in the targeted killings of security personnel. They were also involved in the killing of constable Iftikhar,” the CTD said.

A clearance operation was under way in the area to look for the fleeing terrorists, the statement added.

Last week, the CTD claimed to have killed a suspected terrorist allegedly belonging to the TTP in an encounter and arrested 11 other members of banned outfits from different cities during intelligence-based operations (IBOs) across Punjab.

Pakistan has been hit by a wave of terrorism, mostly in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, but also in Balochistan and the Punjab town of Mianwali, which borders KP. The renewed wave of terrorism also reached as far as the peripheries of Islamabad.

January was the deadliest month since 2018, in which 134 people lost their lives — a 139 per cent spike — and 254 received injuries in at least 44 militant attacks across the country.

Seven terrorists killed in crossfire with CTD in North Waziristan

All militants belonged to outlawed Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan
SAJJAD HAIDERa day ago

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At least seven terrorists were killed in a crossfire with the Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) police in North Waziristan.
The incident occurred when the CTD was transferring three suspected terrorists from Bannu to Miranshah.
According to officials, four associates of the militants ambushed and opened fire on the CTD personnel, leading to an intense exchange of fire.

CTD officials reported that three of the militants in their custody were killed by the bullets fired by their associates.
However, the militants who had attacked the convoy were also shot down in retaliatory firing.
Furthermore, CTD officials claimed that the terrorists belonged to the outlawed Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) and were involved in prior attacks on security forces.








Peshawar CTD kills two terrorists​

Large amount of arms and ammunition recovered from the possession of terrorists, says spokesperson



Our CorrespondentsJanuary 14, 2023


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Both the slain terrorists were wanted by CTD in several cases. PHOTO: EXPRESS

PESHAWAR:
The Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) Peshawar Region on Saturday gunned down two suspected militants, belonging to a banned outfit, after confirmation of their involvement in the attack on a late-night attack on a police station located on the outskirts of the city a day earlier in which three cops, including a deputy superintendent of police, embraced martyrdom.
The CTD was tipped off about the presence of the attackers in Peshawar’s Sarband Shinwari area.
As soon as the CTD and other law enforcement personnel reached there, the terrorists started shooting.
The security officials retaliated which resulted in the killing of two terrorists identified as Gul Hayyee alias Minhaj and Hazrat Umar alias Mansoor.
Hayee is said to be a resident of Bara town in Khyber district.
The other is believed to be a resident of Peshawar's Yakatoot area.
A CTD spokesperson said a large amount of arms and ammunition were recovered from the possession of the terrorists.
He added that two or three militants escaped by taking advantage of the darkness.
Both the slain terrorists were wanted by CTD in several cases.
A heavy contingent of police reached the scene and started a search operation to arrest the terrorists who had managed to escape.


 
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Seven terrorists killed in crossfire with CTD in North Waziristan

All militants belonged to outlawed Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan
SAJJAD HAIDERa day ago

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At least seven terrorists were killed in a crossfire with the Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) police in North Waziristan.
The incident occurred when the CTD was transferring three suspected terrorists from Bannu to Miranshah.
According to officials, four associates of the militants ambushed and opened fire on the CTD personnel, leading to an intense exchange of fire.

CTD officials reported that three of the militants in their custody were killed by the bullets fired by their associates.
However, the militants who had attacked the convoy were also shot down in retaliatory firing.
Furthermore, CTD officials claimed that the terrorists belonged to the outlawed Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) and were involved in prior attacks on security forces.


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TWO TERRORISTS KILLED AFTER GRENADE ATTACK ON CTD TEAM​


NOWSHERA: Two terrorists were killed after carrying out a grenade attack and firing at a raiding team of the Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) in the Nowshera district of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), ARY News reported on Thursday.

The CTD spokesperson said that an intelligence-based operation (IBO) was conducted in Nowshera’s Misri Banda in the vicinity of the Risalpur police station. The terrorists carried out a grenade attack and opened fire at the raiding team.

The CTD team remained safe in the grenade attack and firing but a vehicle was partially damaged. After retaliation, two terrorists of a banned outfit were killed while two to three terrorists escaped taking the advantage of darkness.

The killed terrorists were identified as Zeeshan alias Usman and Salman alias Emirati. The killed terrorists were wanted in several terrorism cases in Mardan and Charsadda.

The spokesperson said that the terrorists were involved in hand grenade attacks on police officials and extortion.
It was learnt that the terrorists martyred constable Bilal and Muzammil Shah in Charsadda’s Umerzai town and a constable namely Zarmast in the Tangi area. Moreover, they were also involved in the assassination of senior medical technician Abdul Tawwab.

The CTD officials recovered two pistols, a hand grenade and a motorcycle from their possession. Both terrorists were associated with the banned Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP).
Mashallah

Seven terrorists killed in crossfire with CTD in North Waziristan

All militants belonged to outlawed Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan
SAJJAD HAIDERa day ago

141038403a822bf.jpg

At least seven terrorists were killed in a crossfire with the Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) police in North Waziristan.
The incident occurred when the CTD was transferring three suspected terrorists from Bannu to Miranshah.
According to officials, four associates of the militants ambushed and opened fire on the CTD personnel, leading to an intense exchange of fire.

CTD officials reported that three of the militants in their custody were killed by the bullets fired by their associates.
However, the militants who had attacked the convoy were also shot down in retaliatory firing.
Furthermore, CTD officials claimed that the terrorists belonged to the outlawed Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) and were involved in prior attacks on security forces.








Peshawar CTD kills two terrorists​

Large amount of arms and ammunition recovered from the possession of terrorists, says spokesperson



Our CorrespondentsJanuary 14, 2023


both the slain terrorists were wanted by ctd in several cases photo express

Both the slain terrorists were wanted by CTD in several cases. PHOTO: EXPRESS

PESHAWAR:
The Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) Peshawar Region on Saturday gunned down two suspected militants, belonging to a banned outfit, after confirmation of their involvement in the attack on a late-night attack on a police station located on the outskirts of the city a day earlier in which three cops, including a deputy superintendent of police, embraced martyrdom.
The CTD was tipped off about the presence of the attackers in Peshawar’s Sarband Shinwari area.
As soon as the CTD and other law enforcement personnel reached there, the terrorists started shooting.
The security officials retaliated which resulted in the killing of two terrorists identified as Gul Hayyee alias Minhaj and Hazrat Umar alias Mansoor.
Hayee is said to be a resident of Bara town in Khyber district.
The other is believed to be a resident of Peshawar's Yakatoot area.
A CTD spokesperson said a large amount of arms and ammunition were recovered from the possession of the terrorists.
He added that two or three militants escaped by taking advantage of the darkness.
Both the slain terrorists were wanted by CTD in several cases.
A heavy contingent of police reached the scene and started a search operation to arrest the terrorists who had managed to escape.


Mashallah
 

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