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Six terrorists were killed in a raid in South Waziristan.

The military said that during an intelligence-based operation (IBO) in the Kot Azam area of South Waziristan district in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province on Wednesday, at least six attackers were killed.

Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said that the operation was done because terrorists were thought to be there. It said that there was a lot of fighting between security forces and terrorists, and that six attackers were killed during the operation.

“Weapons and ammunition were also found on the dead terrorists, who were still actively involved in terrorist activities against security forces, extortion, and the targeted killing of innocent citizens,” the report said.

ISPR also said that the area is being cleaned up in order to get rid of any attackers who might be there.

It also said that people in the area liked the action and gave their full support to get rid of the threat of terrorism.

With a long history of bravery and loyalty to the country, the army has been a key part of keeping Pakistan’s sovereignty and territorial identity safe.

In the past few years, the army has led several successful actions against terrorist groups in different parts of the country.

These operations have been very important in taking down the terrorist groups’ infrastructure and getting rid of the danger they posed to both civilians and security forces.

Maj. Gen. Ahmed Sharif Chaudhry, in his first news conference as director general of the ISPR on April 25, said that since January, there have been 8,269 intelligence-based operations (IBOs) in which 1,535 terrorists have been killed or caught.

Out of these IBOs, 4,040 were done in Balochistan, 3,591 were done in K-P, 119 were done in Punjab, and 519 were done in Sindh. Since January, the army, cops, and LEAs have been doing over 70 IBOs every day on average.