The Pakistan Army “has satellite pictures and ground intelligences that prove Afghanistan’s connection” in cross-border terrorist acts and permeation of Afghan militants into Pakistan.
Satellite pictures show that the Afghan border area of Parchow in Nangarhar district had utilized
“Satellite pictures show that the Afghan border area of Parchow in Nangarhar district has utilized by the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), Khalid Sajna and Da’ish collections to train militants,” said Lieutenant Colonel Haroon on Thursday while meeting Peshawar-based journalists at the North Waziristan HQs.
The dirt of Afghanistan has also been used in contradiction of targets in Pakistan
“The dirt of Afghanistan has also been used in contradiction of targets in Pakistan,” Lt Col Haroon said, while appealing to “have pictorial impermeable that TTP Commander Abdul Wali exist in in Nangarhar district and runs terror actions from Parchow.”
Stressing the necessity for effective border management for safeguarding peace in Pakistan, he assured, “We will never permit Pakistani soil to be utilize for destabilizing Afghanistan.”
Some 205 security check posts had been recognized on the Pakistani side while Afghanistan only had 133, the army official knowledgeable the journalists.
He added that Pakistan had started a mechanism to stop unlawful crossing at the border and decided to hypothesis some 443 small and large security forts on the Pakistani crosswise of Fata in seven agencies. About 35 fortresses would be set up in Malakand, 54 in Bajaur and 55 in North, while 77 were under building in different parts of the seven agencies next to the Afghan border, he has said, asking the Afghan government to respond the same.
Demanding the aid agencies to extend their attendance to Fata, specially to North Waziristan, Lt Co Haroon said, “Apart from the armed operation, we have also better living standard in the agency, revolutionized education sector there and provided equivalent opportunity to women. Now we also have all the international non-governmental organizations and UN agencies operating in the agency.”
The Ghulam Khan trade way and smuggling from the Afghan side accounted for 50 per cent of the livelihood and the Taliban produced 20 per cent of the revenue in North Waziristan
The Ghulam Khan trade way and smuggling from the Afghan side accounted for 50 per cent of the livelihood and the Taliban produce 20 per cent of the revenue in North Waziristan, “but now that the trade way has been close and the Taliban barred, the residents of the agency are living off 30 per cent of the resources”, said Lt Gen Haroon, adding that it had been definite in principal to re-open its border with Afghanistan soon.
“A total of 94 per cent of the on the inside displaced persons have been banished to their respective agencies,” he said. Those exiled to the Afghan province of Khost would return after Eid; and showing in this regard was already ongoing, he added.
The repatriation procedure of the migrated Wazir tribe from Afghanistan would be completely halted in the holy month of Ramazan and resume from the fifth day of Eidul Fitr, he said, eager that the issue would be relocated by the last month of the ongoing year.
Taliban was regulatory 23 per cent of Fata and the government 62 per cent while 15 per cent has disputed for by the forces
He said, “From 2001 to 2008, the Taliban was regulatory 23 per cent of Fata and the government 62 per cent while 15 per cent had disputed by the forces and activists throughout these years. The government propelled some 177 major and 266 minor actions during these years.”
“Through thoughtful military engagements in Fata and distressed operations in the North, the might of the Taliban forces was crushed as some 2,872 activists were killed, 972 injured and 321 hideouts were demolished with the help of Pakistan Air Force’s beleaguered operations,” said Lt Col Haroon.
People can travel easily at night in the agency due to the military’s operations contrary to radicals and militants throughout the years, he said.
The briefing was also giving by Maj Gen Hassan Azhar Hayat, who indications the 7th Division, also known as the Golden Arrow Division.