Terrorists Attack Military Convoy On Pak-Afghan Border, 7 Soldiers Martyred

Seven soldiers were martyred in a terrorist attack on a military convoy near Pak-Afghan border in North Waziristan while four terrorists were also killed in a retaliatory attack.

According to Pakistan Army Public Relations (ISPR), a military convoy was attacked by terrorists near Pak-Afghan border in North Waziristan.

In the retaliatory action of Pak army, 4 terrorists were killed while 7 soldiers were martyred as a result of terrorist attack.

According to ISPR, 36-year-old Hawaldar Tariq Yousuf of Faisalabad, Cop Salman Waqas, Cop Junaid Ali, Cop Ijaz Hussain, Cop Waqar Ahmed, Cop Muhammad Jawad and Cop Arshad Ali were martyred in the terrorist attack.

According to the Pakistan Army spokesman, the military convoy was attacked in Esham area of ​​North Waziristan where clearance operation is underway to eliminate the terrorists.

A statement issued by the ISPR said that the Pakistan Army is committed to eradicating the scourge of terrorism and such sacrifices of our brave soldiers further strengthen our resolve.

On the other hand, Punjab Chief Minister Usman Bazdar strongly condemned the terrorist attack on a military convoy in North Waziristan and said that terrorist attacks could not dampen our high spirits, all our sympathies are with the families of the martyrs.

Acting Speaker of the National Assembly Qasim Suri tweeted that he was saddened by the martyrdom of seven soldiers in an attack on a convoy of terrorists near the Pak-Afghan border. I greet We ask Allah Almighty to bestow beautiful patience on the high ranks of the martyrs and the bereaved.

Former President Asif Ali Zardari condemned the terrorist attack on an army convoy on the Pak-Afghan border and said that terrorist hideouts should be destroyed and the planners should be punished. The operation continued till the last terrorist was brought to an end. Go

It should be noted that two days ago, soldier Ismatullah Khan was martyred in an exchange of fire between forces and terrorists in Esham district of North Waziristan.

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