Pakistan Army's cross border bombarding is now in day two

In its targeted operation against the border, #Pakistan Air Force hit 10 shelters of JUA (Jamat-ul-Ahrar). On the other hand, #Afghanistan recorded protest against the strikes by Pakistan Army. Pak officials replied to hand over terrorist groups that have claimed the responsibilities of recent bomb attacks in Pakistan. Pak-Afghan border at Torkham has been closed for the second day while lengthy lines of vehicles can be seen on both sides of the border.

Targeted strikes being carried out in Afghanistan by Pak-Army in a response to recent attacks by Jamat-ul-Ahrar including Lahore, Peshawar, Quetta and Sehwan. The strikes resulted in elimination of Jamat-ul-Ahrar's Deputy Commander Aadil Baacha and his camps were also demolished by the Pakistan Air force. The Pakistan Air force used JF-16 jet fighters that were heavily armed in order to revenge.

Safe shelters of JUA and TTP in Afghanistan

Nangarhar and Kunar provinces of Afghanistan are considered to be the safest places for TTP (Tehreek-e-Taliban) and JUA ( Jamat-ul-Ahrar). Afghan authorities protested against the attacks by Pakistan Army in their territory, saying that Afghanistan will never accept such violations and can also react to the situation. Afghan Army Chief General Qadam Shah Shaheem asked Pakistan to provide strong evidence of safe heaven for terrorists in Afghanistan so that they can evaluate and eliminate the terrorists themselves. After the announcement of Operation Zarb-e-Azb by Pakistan Army, hundreds of thousand terrorists transferred their bases and camps to Afghanistan from North-Waziristan and other tribal areas of Pakistan including FATA and Balochistan (largest province of Pakistan in sense of the area).

Pakistan is demanding Omar Khalid Khurasani who is the head of JUA (Jamat-ul-Ahrar), the mastermind behind the recent terrorist attacks in Pakistan, killing almost 150 people and remaining 500 to seriously injure with 5 suicide bomb attacks in almost all 4 of the provinces of Pakistan in just 3 days. #Terrorism