Operation Raddul Fasaad: Two terrorists killed in FC Balochistan raids

  • Huge cache of weapons and ammunition including guns, IEDs, grenades, mines, and rocket-propelled grenade (RPG-7), was seized during the operations

QUETTA – Two terrorists were killed in intelligence-based operations conducted by the Frontier Corps in Balochistan, the Inter-Services Public Relations said in a press statement on Friday.

Under the Operation Raddul Fasaad, the levies forces conducted raids on suspected terrorist hideouts in Kalat, Kharan, Maiwand areas of Balochistan and recovered weapons and ammunition including sub-machine guns, an improvised explosive device (IEDs), grenades, mines, rocket-propelled grenade (RPG-7) and communication equipment, according to the military media wing.

Last week, FC personnel conducted an IBO in the suburbs of Qila Saifullah and Kahan to “foil terrorist activities aimed at sabotaging peace in Balochistan”.

Last month, four security officials were martyred and as many others were wounded while staving off a terrorist attack on a training center of a paramilitary force in central Balochistan.

Four terrorists – including a suicide bomber – were also killed in the botched attack on the Frontier Corps training centre in Loralai district.

At least 12 injured in two blasts targeting security forces in Balochistan

The Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad, or ‘Elimination of evils’ – was launched on Feb 22, 2017 following a series of deadly bombings across the country in that year.