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Two terrorists are slain and SP is martyred in Mardan.



In a separate act of terrorism that was reported from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), three officials—including a Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP)—were injured in the early hours of Tuesday during an encounter with terrorists in Mardan’s Zada Mata area, and Superintendent of Police (SP) Ijaz Khan was martyred.

The incident broke out as terrorists and law enforcement forces engaged in a heavy-handed gunfight that resulted in SP Ijaz Khan’s martyrdom.

A spokeswoman for the Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) verified the occurrence and stated that the courageous SP was shot at random by the terrorists.

The DSP was among the injured authorities who were sent to the hospital immediately to get critical care.

Two wanted militants were neutralised as a consequence of police forces taking revenge on the terrorists during the operation.

The operation, which targeted terrorists in the Katling neighbourhood of Mardan, was intelligence-driven, according to sources within the police department.

Meanwhile, District Police Officer (DPO) Mardan and other distinguished members of the law enforcement community attended the sombre funeral prayers for the deceased SP Ijaz Khan at the Police Lines.

However, Qaisar Khan, a police officer, too accepted martyrdom after being shot and killed on Monday night in Peshawar by motorbike riders.

At the Malik Saad Police Lines, policeman Qaisar’s funeral prayer was said. Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Kashif Aftab Abbasi was present, along with other law enforcement officers.


During the Punjabi Katcha operation, 55 dacoits turned themselves in to the police.




According to Dost Mohammad, the District Police Officer (DPO), fifty-five dacoits who were members of the Bannu and Fayyaz Dulani gangs turned themselves in to the authorities.

During the Rojhan city operation, the DPO said, the police demolished a number of dacoits’ hideouts in the Katcha area.

In a combined operation last week in the province’s Katcha district, Sindh Rangers and police detained 21 people who were allegedly involved in a number of criminal operations.

A spokesman for the Sindh Rangers said that the accused individuals who were detained were sought in numerous crimes involving robbery, kidnapping for ransom, murder, and attempted murder.

The official stated that the accused who were arrested were also responsible for the death of Allah Rakhyo, a teacher, and that the police had been given custody of them so that they might face charges.

The Rangers claim that the gang operates illegally in Kashmore, Tangwani, and Kandhkot.

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During the suicide strike on DI Khan, two troops accepted martyrdom.




In Dera Ismail Khan, two Pakistan Army troops accepted martyrdom by carrying out a suicide strike on a security force vehicle.

Two security officers were killed after a suicide bomber in DI Khan crashed his car into a convoy of security forces, according to the Pakistan Army’s media wing, Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR).

The district of Kohat is home to 38-year-old Naib Subedar Yasir Shakeel and 34-year-old Sepoy Tahir Naveed, who were killed in the suicide attack.

The ISPR declared that the security forces were committed to eliminating the evil of terrorism and that those behind this despicable attack would face justice.

According to the ISPR, these selfless acts by courageous soldiers will only fortify their determination.

Recall that a few days ago, terrorists attacked the security forces’ checkpost in the Mir Ali area of North Waziristan, resulting in the deaths of eight soldiers, including two Pakistan Army officials.

See Also: ISPR reports that 10 terrorists were killed during operations in North Waziristan, KP.

Ten terrorists were slain by security forces in separate operations in the North Waziristan district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on March 9, according to the military’s media wing, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR). Four terrorists were also “sent to hell” last night during an intelligence-based operation (IBO), the ISPR said.

In addition, the statement said that four more terrorists were “successfully neutralised” by the security personnel in the ensuing sanitisation operation. During a different operation in the district, the agency said that it had found five terrorists trying to cross the border between Pakistan and Afghanistan.

“Two terrorists, Hazrat Umer and Rehman Niaz, were also sent to hell after an intense fire exchange, while three other terrorists were injured,” the statement continued. According to the press release, Pakistan has repeatedly requested that the Afghan government in transition guarantee efficient border management on their side of the border.

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Security forces kill wanted terrorists in Panjgur, IBO.




According to the Army’s media wing, military forces carried out an intelligence-based operation in Panjgur, killing Chakar Liaquat, a wanted terrorist, and injuring two others.

“Weapons, ammunition, and explosives were also recovered from the terrorists, who remained actively involved in numerous terrorist acts in the area,” the Intergovernmental Panel on Terrorism (ISPR) said.

Meanwhile, a sanitization operation was underway to eradicate any further terrorists discovered in the region. Locals praised the operation and showed their support for security authorities in eradicating the threat of terrorism.

Earlier on Monday, security forces killed a high-value target, identified as terrorist commander Sehra alias Janan, along with eight other terrorists, during an intelligence operation (IBO) in North Waziristan District on the nights of March 17 and 18.

According to Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), eight terrorists were killed during the operation, including terrorist commander Sehra alias Janan, during a fierce firefight.

The terrorist commander was responsible for the terrorist attack on the security forces post in Mir Ali on March 16 and was wanted by law enforcement services.

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