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Awais was kidnapped by a splinter group of TTP: DG ISPR

Awais was kidnapped by a splinter group of TTP: DG ISPR

RAWALPINDI: DG ISPR General Asim Bajwa advised media on the fruitful operation which prompted the recuperation of Justice Sajjad Ali Shah’s child lawyer Awais Ali Shah.

The DG ISPR expressed that it was a fragment gathering of the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) which had led the capturing of Awais Ali Shah.

General Asim Bajwa uncovered that the operation had been led in view of knowledge reports against the terrorists. He additionally uncovered that the operation was led at the Tank-D.I.Khan street from 02:00-02:30 am.

DG ISPR further said that three checkposts were set up at the Mufti Mehmood chowk. The blue shaded vehicle in which the terrorists were voyaging was halted by the security work force. In any case, the aggressors swerved the auto onto the divider and drove the vehicle towards the opposite side of the street.

General Bajwa said that an armed force expert marksman shot dead the driver of the vehicle. He likewise said that security powers had specialized proof of Awais’ nearness in the zone subsequent to the most recent three days.

As indicated by General Bajwa, Awais Ali Shah was wearing a burqa when he was recouped. He was requested that recognize himself more than once.

“At the point when the burqa was taken off of him, it ended up being a young fellow whose mouth was taped,” said General Asim Bajwa. “His situation is anything but hopeful and his feet were shackled.”

He likewise unveiled that the activists had made a few requests in return for Awais Ali Shah’s protected return yet inferable from operational reasons, he couldn’t reveal them to the media just yet.

He assist said that the fundamental reason for the aggressors was to spread trepidation and fear. General Bajwa likewise unveiled that three AK-47 rifles, six hand projectiles and drum magazine and in addition shots were recuperated from the activists.

“Terrorists have no place in Pakistan where they can stow away,” said General Asim Bajwa. “The legislature has kept up its hold and writ in FATA,” he included.