Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad aiming to eliminate terrorism from Pakistan is in full force country wide and several suspects have been taken into custody in various raids across the country. As per details, 68 houses have been searched in Saddar, an area in Rawalpindi and 300 persons have been arrested for not having legal Identification Documents.
In Karachi, Police conducted Search Operations in Baldia Town and New Karachi Industrial Areas and detained at least seven suspects. According to details, four suspects have been detained in the Search Operation at Madina Colony near Baldia Town. The suspects were also wanted by police for being involved in several Criminal Incidents.
Huge cache of weapons was also recovered from the suspects during the operation. A Search Operation was also conducted by Karachi Police in New Karachi Industrial Area in which four suspects, including two Afghan citizens were arrested who were involved in Street Crimes.
At least four suspects, including two Afghan nationals as well, have also been taken into custody during Search Operations by Police in several areas of Lahore. The Search Operations were conducted in Iqbal Town, Garhi Shahu, Mohammad Nagar, Qilla Gujjar Singh and in areas near IG’s Office.
Police also checked bus stands, informal settlements and apartments near Bandar Road. During the Search Operations, Police detained four suspects including two Afghans as well who did not produce Identification Documents during the Search Operation and lodged cases against them.
In Liaquatpur, in Rahimyar Khan District, nine people, including two proclaimed offenders have been detained during door-to-door Search Operations. Ten suspects have also been rounded up from Pindi Bhattian whereas Dunyapur Police arrested 20 persons in raids.
Law Enforcement Agencies also arrested six people from Peshawar and seven pistols, a gun and several rounds were recovered from detained persons. Jamshoro Police arrested 15 Afghan Nationals from different parts of the city.
Dawn Leaks remained part of discussion in 200th Corps Commander Conference
Dawn leaks once again came into discussion in 200th Corps Commander Conference held at General Headquarters (GHQ), conference also reviewed the overall situation in the country regarding to security matters. Meeting presided by Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa, COAS praised the performance of Security Forces including Police, Intelligence and other Law Enforcement Agencies for responding effectively to recent terrorist attacks.
As per ISPR, the Corps Commanders also hailed the performance of Security Forces for providing comprehensive security arrangements for Pakistan Super League (PSL) Final. Corps Commander Conference also discussed Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad in detail where the Army Chief said that Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad is not against any particular political party but it is a comprehensive, across-the-board operation against terrorists and terrorism.
The Conference also reviewed the Geo-Strategic and Security Environment in the country, with special focus on Internal Security, Pak-Afghan Border Situation and Indian Ceasefire Violations along the Line of Control (LoC) and Working Boundary. The performance of Military Courts was also appreciated in the meeting agreeing, however, it was agreed that the final decision for extension in Military Courts is to be taken by the government.