According to ARY News on Wednesday, the Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) dispatched three terrorists from an outlawed group during the early hours of the morning in Balochistan. According to the CTD spokesperson, the operation was carried out by the Department (CTD) team in the Balochistan province’s Zhob district based on intelligence reports indicating the presence of highly wanted “terrorists.” When the terrorists became aware that the CTD team was nearby, they allegedly opened fire, killing three of them in the process and injuring two police officers.
As per the ARY News, on June 10, two terrorists of the banned outfit were apprehended in a raid by Counter-Terrorism Department from Bhakkar.
According to details, the detained individuals whose names have been revealed to be Muhammad Ullah and Fazal Razzaq were involved in questionable activities, said a CTD spokesperson.
Donation receipts and banned literature were recovered from their possession by law enforcement officials.
Earlier, four terrorists were killed and three more were left injured during an operation by the Pakistan military in the tribal districts of Bajaur and Khyber, Dawn reported.
The first operation was conducted in the Inayat Kalli area of Bajaur district over suspicion of the presence of a terrorist, named Shafiullah. The accused was wanted in several target killings, suicide attacks and bomb explosions, and carried a bounty worth 2 million Pakistani Rupees (PKR).