Afghan security forces kill 13 Pakistani Jaish terrorists, capture one alive
31 terrorists, including 13 Pakistani terrorists belonging to Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) have been neutralized by National Directorate of Security (NDS) and Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) in a joint operation with reports of one JeM terrorist being captured alive.
Sources from security agencies reveal that Pakistan’s notorious Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) is orchestrating another terror attack in Afghanistan and India.
“The operation is still underway in Mirza Khel in Khogyani district of Afghanistan since July 24. In which a total of 31 terrorists have been killed that includes 18 Afghan Taliban and 13 Pakistan terrorists belonging mostly to JeM,” said sources.
This came after the Afghan Security Forces (ASF) destroyed Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) camp at the Afghanistan Pakistan border and killed two LeT cadres. The operation that took place on June 29 lasted for two hours in which Abu Bakar, LeT commander from Khyber Agency in Pakistan, was killed and his body was left on the Afghan side.
Afghan forces carried out an operation on a report that LeT had established camps in Wargah and Tordarah on the border and were launching attacks on Afghan forces from there.
Members of Taliban were also present during the operation and it is believed the causalities on LeT and Taliban side is much higher as the dead and injured were taken by those who were fleeing back to Pakistan in vehicles.
Earlier in June, a United Nations (UN) report said that about 6,500 Pakistanis as foreign terrorist fighters are present in Afghanistan that included 1,000 from Pakistan-based terror groups like Jaish-e-Mohammad and Lashkar-e-Taiba.
Most of the JeM and LeT fighters are co-located with Taliban fighters and are hand in glove with them, the report said.