Pakistani Forces Kill 108 Terrorists in Recent Operations

Pakistani Forces have killed 108 terrorists in recent anti-terror operations launched sometimes in February.

According to Pakistani military sources, the operation codenamed "Radd-ul-Fasaad," or "Reject Discord" in English, was launched after a series of terrorist attacks that killed over 100 people nationwide.

The army supported by other law enforcement agencies jointly have been conducting successful intelligence-led operations.

Sharing results of the operation, army spokesman Maj. Gen. Asif Ghafoor said at a news conference that about 4,500 suspects have also been taken into custody during the operation.

The operation will continue till the complete elimination of terrorists, their abettors and sympathizers, Ghafoor added.

Also, the work on fencing along the Pakistan-Afghanistan border is continuing, and under the first phase, the country's border in northwestern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province with Afghanistan will be fenced.

In the second phase, border in southwestern Balochistan Province with Afghanistan will be fenced.


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