10 terrorists killed, 4 hideouts destroyed in Khyber strikes

Regional Terrorism10 terrorists killed, 4 hideouts destroyed in Khyber strikes

PESHAWAR, Pakistan: The security forces conducted aerial strikes in Tirah Valley of Khyber agency on Friday morning, leaving 10 terrorists dead.

Sources said that four hideouts of the terrorists were also destroyed in air strikes launched by Pakistani fighter jets in the area.

Nearly 1,000 terrorists have so been killed and a number of hideouts destroyed in Khyber agency along the Pakistan-Afghanistan border since anti-terror operation began in the tribal region.

“No one should doubt Pakistan’s intention to fight the menace, the Director General Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) Lieutenant General Asim Saleem Bajwa said while briefing the media representatives in Rawalpindi on September 1.

Bajwa said that there has been a marked improvement in security and law and order situation across the country due to operations being carried out in the tribal regions.

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