It turns out that the assailant from Bannu is an Afghan: ISPR

It turns out that the assailant from Bannu is an Afghan: ISPR

The youth who exploded himself in a rickshaw in Bakka Khel, Bannu on November 26 also turned out to be an Afghan citizen, who entered Pakistan on the basis of a Tazkre – Afghanistan Identity card.

Rabinullah son of Khanur Gul. The registration number is 08916164. That means people holding legal documents of the Afghan government are also involved in terrorism in Pakistan.

On 26th November 2023, a motorcycle borne suicide bomber, affiliated with Hafiz Gul Bahadur Group and later identified as an Afghan national, exploded himself on a security forces convoy in area of Bakka Khel, Bannu District.

Resultantly, 2 innocent civilians embraced Shahadat, while 7 civilians and 3 soldiers injured.

The sanitisation operation is being carried out to eliminate any other terrorists found in the area. Security forces of Pakistan are determined to eliminate the menace of terrorism and such sacrifices of our brave civilians and soldiers further strength our resolve.

Experts questioned the Afghan government for issuing legal documents to a Khawarij and a terrorist of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP).

Now question arises whether the government of Pakistan also has to throw out the Afghans who have these legal documents.

Public hails return of illegal Afghans in Pakistan to Afghanistan
On October 1, the government and the Pakistan Army in the Apex Committee meeting decided to send the Afghans back to their country.

After the deadline of October 31, only illegal Afghans were ensured safe and dignified evacuation from Pakistan. The deportation of illegal aliens is having a positive impact on the country’s economy

In this regard, the citizens expressed their views and said that the move taken by the government to evacuate the Afghans is very good, it has made a great difference to our economy.

As per SAMAA TV, a number of citizens said street crime has reduced significantly since Afghans have left and there has been a huge reduction in the number of robberies.

“Our state decides for us what is best for us,” a citizen said.

“Since the Afghans have left, our businesses have started to recover and the number of thefts has decreased,” another citizen said, adding that, since the Afghans have left, the incidents of terrorism have started to decrease.

Zahid Arab

Zahid Arab

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