Outlawed Lashkar-e-Jhangvi top terrorists killed by Armed forces in Kohat

jos_breaking_news11 Sources in Kohat Police informed that the government forces were killed 34 Taliban terrorist in the operation against terrorists in Dera Adam Khail in the suburbs of Kohat city. According to the Shiite News, Three terrorists were identified as the members of the outlawed terrorist organization Laskhar-e-Jhangvi an armed wing of  terrorist organization of banned Sepah-e -Sahaba. The terrorists were identified as Abdul Rauf Baloch alias Mama Raufa, Abdul Latif alias Colonel Tofan and Azeem Mazvia, all the three terrorists have belonged from Dera Ismail Khan, most violent city of the NWFP province of Pakistan. These terrorists were involved in the suicide attacks, bomb blasts and target killings incidents against the Shiite community of Dera Ismail Khan, which claims thousands of lives of innocent Shia’s of D.I.Khan. The terrorists of outlawed organization had also involved in the suicide attempt on Pakistan Muslim League Shia Member of National Assembly Rasheed Nawani at his residence Bhakkar. It may be noted here that the Armed forces of the country has been started an operation against the Taliban terrorists in Kohat city to prevent the area from the heinous activities of the terrorists. Though the killing of top three Wahabi terrorists were the disaster for the terrorist network in the NWFP province but there is a need to initiate comprehensive army operation against the terrorists of outlawed organizations at grass-root level to prevent the life of Pakistani citizens. People of the Dera Ismail Khan demanded of the Government to immediately arrest the Khalifa Abdul Qayum, the main supporter of terrorists in Dera Ismail Khan for the lasting peace of the city. This is important to mention here that these terrorists group led by Khalifa Abdul Qayum was also involved in the attack on Milad-un-Nabi (SAWW) holy procession in Dera Ismail Khan, which shows his heinous desires.


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