Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad to continue till elimination of terrorists: DG ISPR
Says over 5,000 suspects arrested and 1,859 unregistered Afghan nationals were arrested during operations.
Director General Inter Services Public Relations Major General Asif Ghafoor has said that operation Radd-ul-Fasaad will continue till the complete elimination of terrorists, their abettors, and sympathizers.
Addressing a news conference in Rawalpindi on Monday afternoon, he said fifteen major operations, over 4,000 intelligence based operation have been carried out in all parts of the country since launch of operation on 22 February this year.
He said over 5,000 suspects arrested and 1,859 unregistered Afghan nationals were arrested during the operations.
He further said 4083 weapons and 6,22,191 ammunitions were recovered, while 108 terrorists have so far been killed during the operations.
DG ISPR said that work on fencing along the Pak-Afghan border is continuing and under the first phase country's border linking its Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province with Afghanistan will be fenced.
In the second, phase, Balochistan's border with Afghanistan will be fenced.
Asif Ghafoor said that military and civilian institutions of the country are fully determined to root out terrorism from the country.