Daily digital news desk: The revenge of the suicide attack on the mosque. Pakistan has eliminated 2 Taliban jihadists by conducting counter-terror operations. 4 people have been arrested along with a large number of firearms, explosives. Police are conducting continuous operations in Pakistan’s northwest Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province to avenge the Peshawar mosque attack. Pakistan claimed that the operation on Saturday was a great success.
The Pakistani administration is shocked by the Tehreek-e-Taliban (TTP) attacks. Jihadists sometimes kill police and sometimes attack security guards. A few days ago there was a terrorist attack on the mosque. Hundreds of people died. The injuries are more than 200. After that, the administration of Pakistan (Pakistan) went into a frenzy to suppress the militants.
[আরও পড়ুন: জামিয়া হিংসায় শারজিল, সফুরারা ‘বলির পাঁঠা’, ১১ অভিযুক্তকে নিষ্কৃতি দিল্লির আদালতের]
Regional police officer Mohammad Ali Gandapur said that the Tehrik-e-Taliban had been monitoring these two commanders for a long time. They were linked to the death of 5 police officers and attacks on various checkpoints. A price of more than Rs 5 lakhs was placed on their heads. 4 Jehadis were arrested in the operation. A large quantity of explosives and firearms was recovered from them.
Meanwhile, Pakistan dropped the charge that it was supporting Tehreek-e-Taliban. Afghan Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaki denied the allegation, saying the Pakistani government should find the real reason for the attack instead of blaming it. There should be a thorough investigation into this incident. It is an internal problem of Pakistan. Afghanistan is not to be blamed for this. Meanwhile, Pakistan launched an offensive against the Taliban jihadists.
[আরও পড়ুন: ‘ওর মতো বোলার পাকিস্তানে প্রচুর আছে’, কোহলিকে ছেড়ে এবার উমরানকে নিয়ে পড়লেন সোহেল]
According to a recent report, various jihadist organizations have become more active since the establishment of the Taliban regime in Afghanistan. TTP has carried out multiple attacks, especially in Pakistan. Despite repeated talks, the Pakistani administration was unable to force the organization to lay down its arms. The Tehreek-e-Taliban (TTP) claimed responsibility for the suicide bombing at the Peshawar mosque. The commander of the jihadist organization, Sarbaqf Mohammed, claimed responsibility for the attack.
Sangbad Pratidin News App – Download Sangbad Pratidin App to get latest news updates