TTP spokesperson Ehsanullah Ehsan surrenders to Pakistan Army: DG ISPR


RAWALPINDI: Director General of Inter Services Public Relations Major General Asif Ghafoor revealed that Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan spokesperson Ehsanullah Ehsan has surrendered to Pakistan Army during a press briefing on Monday.

DG ISPR also briefed on the progress of the Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad and shared details of major operation.

Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad was launched on February 22, he said, adding that armed forces have conducted 15 major operations so far. About 450 suspects have been apprehended and Afghan nations who were residing illegally have also been nabbed. Moreover, 558 suspects have surrendered themselves to the Pakistan Army.

He also said that about 1,859 illegal immigrants have been arrested and as many as 4,083 weapons have been seized.

“We will eliminate all terrorists and their facilitators,” DG ISPR stressed.

“We will investigate the amount of weapons recovered in the operations, he claimed, ““We must finish those who facilitate terrorism on intelligence-basis.”

Four big operations were held in Balochistan, eight in KP and FATA, he informed.  About 157 suspects have been arrested from Sindh, he added. “We have also done development works in FATA and other areas in the country.”

It is our job to keep an eye on the extracurricular activities of our children, he said.

Speaking about progress of operation in Karachi, he remarked that it has been claimed that operation’s pace has been slowed. “The operations have not slowed down they are moving at the same pace.” However, it is important to note that nature of the operation is different in the city, he added.

“Hopefully we will work together for the progress of Pakistan, “he added.


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