Pakistan Army South Waziristan Operation (Rah-e-Nijat) – News Footage,26th Oct 2009

In ongoing operation Rah-e-Nijat, 19 more terrorists have been killed during security forces operation in South Waziristan Agency whereas six soldiers embraced shahadat and 20 were injured. On Jandola Sararogha Axis, forces moved forward of Kotkai and secured important Road Y junction at Kazhakas the roads leading to Inzar Kalle and Sararogha. The dominating ridges East and West of this Road Y junction have been secured. According to ISPR, security forces also secured Gharlai village on main Kotkai-Sararogha road and the adjoining ridges. During engagement, 10 terrorists were killed while 6 soldiers embraced shahadat and 14 were injured. On Shakai – Kaniguram after securing of Chalwastai the village has been completely cleared and forces moved forward. Forces have surrounded village Sarwek 1 km North of Chalwastai and taken control of surrounding ridges. The complete area has been cleared of terrorists and clearance operation to remove mines, IEDs and booby traps is under way. During engagements, North of Sarwek village 7 terrorists have been killed while 5 soldiers got injured. In Razmak, security forces secured Shaga feature and Sharakai Sar in Nawazkot area. These heights dominate Road Nawazkot- Makeen and area all around. 2 terrorists have been killed while 1 soldier got injured due to sniper fire at Sharakai Sar. 15 terrorists were killed by security forces in Hangu. Terrorists attacked on security forces Asif Shaheed Check Post at Torwarai area, Doaba, Hangu, in which one soldier embraced shahadat and 4 were injured. On the other side in Swat Malakand, Operation Rah-e-Rast, one terrorist voluntarily surrendered to security forces at Matta whereas security forces conducted search operation at Kalam, Barhain, Nawakilli and Manglour and apprehended 12 suspects including 7 Afghan nationals. Army has also launched helpline 0996-740439 at D I Khan for complaints and donations.


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