MIRANSHAH: The Pak-Army officers after imposing the curfew in North Waziristan tribal areas and Tehseel’s have started the Zarb-e-Azb operation again, whereas up till now 25 militants were reported to be killed, Aaj News reported.
According to the reports, the Pak-Army has once again imposed a curfew for an unlimited period of time in North Waziristan Tehseel’s and tribal areas, whereas 23 militants were reported to be killed. All the entry and exit points have been blocked down by containers and security officials.
The ISPR said that the Pak-Army officials have gunned down 25 militants on Monday, whereas they have also destructed eight hideouts of the militants. The sources revealed that two of their Army officers were also martyred during the exchange of fire.
Meanwhile, the sources mentioned that a small group of militants tried to escape from Spain Wall and other surrounding area, but the Pak-Army officers failed their attempt of escape, whereas the Pak-Army officers also located and destroyed the explosive caves setup by the militants. According to ISPR, air check of NW operation is taking place on daily basis, due to which tracking down militants have become more easier and accessible.