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Pakistani security forces kill key TTP commander in Lakki Marwat
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Pakistani security forces kill key TTP commander in Lakki Marwat

| @indiablooms | 16 Jun 2024, 10:06 pm

Pakistan's Counter Terrorism Department in Pakistan's Bannu killed a key terrorist commander belonging to banned Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) during an  Intelligence-based operation (IBO) in  Lakki Marwat region in the country, media reports said.

The operation was conducted in Tajuri Road near Malang Adda following which the armed terrorists hidden there opened fire on the police, reported The Express Tribune.

The key TTP commander Waliullah was gunned down by the CTD in retaliatory firing, while others managed to escape the scene, the newspaper reported.

Security personnel recovered arms and two hand grenades from his possession.

Wali was a local commander of the banned TTP Tipu Gul group and was the son-in-law of Commander Atiqur Rahman alias Tipu Gul Marwat, reported The Express Tribune.

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