PESHAWAR: At the least 5 overseas militants have been killed in Chitral’s Kalash valley on Tuesday in an intelligence-based mostly operation by safety forces.
“Safety forces noticed motion of militants from Afghanistan within the border space of Bumburate village of Kalsh valley,” stated safety officers.
Safety forces cordoned off the world and launched a focused operation within the space to hunt the militants, added the safety officers.
“5 militants have been killed in an change of fireside, we additionally recovered heavy weapons from the militants after a search operation within the space,” confirmed the officers.
After the operation, safety was elevated within the space.
Earlier, militants from throughout the Afghan border continued their looting spree within the Kalash valley and herded away about 2,500 goats from a pasture in Birir.
In one other assault on the Kalash group’s shepherds, shepherds within the Bumburate valley had resisted the robbers and exchanged gunfire however the attackers captured two of them and killed them on the border.
Individuals of the Kalash group stay within the contiguous however segregated valleys of Bumburate, Birir and Rumbur in south Chitral and all of them border Nuristan.
The incidents of loot and plunder had unfold worry among the many residents of the valleys.
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