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Security forces clear Rajgal Valley from militants: DG ISPR

Security forces clear Rajgal Valley from militants: DG ISPR
August 10, 2017

RAWALPINDI, 10 August: Pak-Army media wing, Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), head Major General Asif Ghafoor has said that Rajgal valley has been cleared from militants.
In an interview with Radio Pakistan, Director General ISPR said that Operation Khyber 4 in Rajgal valley was progressing successfully.
Ghafoor further said that the physical area has been cleared and now its sanitization is in progress.
Explaining how security forces successfully carried out the operation, he said the operation was launched at around 12000-14000 feet altitude. The army could reach there for operation, but ensuring supply chain, including ammunition and ration, for it at such a height was not easy.
DG ISPR said he would announce the completion of the Operation Khyber 4 in a press conference in next two to three days.
He said the major feature of operation Radd-ul-Fasaad (RuF) is intelligence-based actions, which means this was against the terrorists, who were hiding at some place as well as against their facilitators and abettors all across Pakistan.

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