PAF air strikes in Rajgal valley kill militants, destroy hideouts

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The Pakistan Air Force (PAF) on Thursday carried out air strikes in Khyber Agency’s Rajgal Valley, killing a number of suspected terrorists and destroying several hideouts and sanctuaries.

According to a statement released by Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the forces conducted the operation on receiving a tip-off from intelligence agencies on the presence of banned outfit Lashkar-e-Islam commander Mangal Bagh.

Similar air strikes have been carried out by PAF in the past, resulting in heavy loss of banned terror outfits in terms of lives and assets.

The Pakistan Air Force (PAF) on Thursday carried out air strikes in Khyber Agency’s Rajgal Valley, killing a number of suspected terrorists and destroying several hideouts and sanctuaries.

According to a statement released by Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the forces conducted the operation on receiving a tip-off from intelligence agencies on the presence of banned outfit Lashkar-e-Islam commander Mangal Bagh.

Similar air strikes have been carried out by PAF in the past, resulting in heavy loss of banned terror outfits in terms of lives and assets.

The Pakistan Air Force (PAF) on Thursday carried out air strikes in Khyber Agency’s Rajgal Valley, killing a number of suspected terrorists and destroying several hideouts and sanctuaries.

According to a statement released by Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the forces conducted the operation on receiving a tip-off from intelligence agencies on the presence of banned outfit Lashkar-e-Islam commander Mangal Bagh.

Similar air strikes have been carried out by PAF in the past, resulting in heavy loss of banned terror outfits in terms of lives and assets.

The Pakistan Air Force (PAF) on Thursday carried out air strikes in Khyber Agency’s Rajgal Valley, killing a number of suspected terrorists and destroying several hideouts and sanctuaries.

According to a statement released by Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the forces conducted the operation on receiving a tip-off from intelligence agencies on the presence of banned outfit Lashkar-e-Islam commander Mangal Bagh.

Similar air strikes have been carried out by PAF in the past, resulting in heavy loss of banned terror outfits in terms of lives and assets.

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