NDS Operatives Arrested Four Pakistani Terrorists in Nimroz
January 29, 2019
Kabul- Operatives of the National Directorate of Security (NDS) were carried out an offensive against militants in western Nimroz province and arrested four Pakistani terrorists.
The National Directorate of Security (NDS) in a statement said one terrorist was killed during the operation and three others were arrested.
“The operation against the terrorist gang was conducted in Zaranj city based on intelligence information,” the statement added.
According to the statement, the gang’s leader Khadeem, killed in the operation was hailing from Pakistan who was recently appointed to Zaranj city to plan and conduct terrorist and destructive activities in the city.
Displaying the details of the terrorists, the statement identified them as Esmatullah Ilyas Hafiz son of Mohammad Ali, Abdul Shakoor Ilyas Daman son of Saifullah, and Hamrazuddin Ilyas Jahan Zeb son of Farzandullah.
However, the Taliban or any other militant groups have yet to comment into the matter.
On the other side, Afghans have repeatedly urged the US administration, especially Zalmay Khalilzad to press Taliban and their hosting country, Pakistan to shun terrorism until the peace process was ended.
Afghans also wanted the US-led International Community to step up beyond the Durand Line to eliminate terrorists in their safe havens and provide the suppressed Pashtuns and Baloch with an opportunity to decide their fate under the umbrella of the United Nations and pull them out the state terrorism and terror sponsor state to establish lasting peace and stability in the region.