MIRANSHAH: A senior militant commander, Abdul Khaliq Haqqani, surrendered to the safety forces in North Waziristan on Sunday, safety officers stated.The officers stated Abdul Khaliq Haqqani and his son, Maulvi Zakriya laid down arms and surrendered to the army authorities within the border space between Pakistan and Afghanistan.
In line with officers, Maulvi Abdul Khaliq was the administrator of a madrassa, Gulshan Ilm in Miramshah, the headquarters of North Waziristan, and fled to Afghanistan together with different militants when the safety forces launched a a lot-publicised army operation, Zarb-e-Azb, towards native and overseas militants within the tribal area in June 2014.
Based on sources, he surrendered after talks brokered by some native tribal elders and non secular leaders.Some members of the safety institution additionally performed their position in bringing him again to North Waziristan.
The give up befell after current mysterious killing of one other senior tribal Taliban commander, Maqbool Dawar alongside together with his son and bodyguard in Afghanistan’s Khost province final week.
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