BIG BREAKING NEWS Massive blast in Pakistan.
BIG BREAKING NEWS Massive blast in Pakistan. Reports of Massive blast in Pakistan. Pak Armymen Naik Abdul Rauf & 3 others killed by rebels along AFG-PAK border in Bajaur, Pakistan.
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At least three terrorists were killed, and a soldier of the Pakistan Army, Naik Abdul Rauf, embraced martyrdom in two separate clashes near the Afghanistan border, the military said in a statement on Sunday.
According to the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the first incident occurred today when security forces detected the movement of three terrorists attempting to infiltrate the Pakistan-Afghanistan border in the general area of Batwa, Bajaur district.
Following a fierce exchange of fire, all three terrorists were neutralized, and security forces recovered a significant cache of weapons, ammunition, and explosives from the eliminated militants.
In a second incident on the night of December 30/31, terrorists from inside Afghanistan targeted a Pakistani border post in the general area of Spinwam, North Waziristan district. In response, Pakistani troops retaliated effectively, causing considerable losses to the attackers jkupdate.
Tragically, Naik Abdul Rauf, a 31-year-old resident of Rahim Yar Khan district, fought gallantly but succumbed to his injuries, embracing martyrdom during the exchange of fire.
“Pakistan has consistently urged the Interim Afghan Government to enhance border management on their side of the border,” the ISPR said, emphasizing that Afghan Taliban must fulfill its obligations to prevent the use of Afghan soil by terrorists for carrying out acts of terrorism against Pakistan more up.
The incidents underscore the ongoing security challenges faced by Pakistan along its western border and highlight the need for continued vigilance and collaboration between the two nations to counter cross-border terrorism effectively.