Four soldiers, Levies Sub-Inspector embrace martyrdom amid terrorists’ targeted attack in NW: ISPR
Chaudhry Fawad Hussain on Saturday strongly condemned the terrorist attack on a security forces vehicle in North Waziristan
RAWALPINDI ( Web News )
As many as four soldiers of Frontier Corps (FC) and a Levies Sub-Inspector on Saturday embraced martyrdom (shahadat) while thwarting terrorists’ targeted attack on security forces’ vehicle in Spinwam area of North Waziristan.
The martyred soldiers (Shaheeds) were identified as Havaldar Zahid, resident of Charsadda, age 35 years, Havaldar Ishaq, resident of Kurram, age 37 years, Lance Naik Wali, resident of Khyber,
age 28 years, Lance Naik Abdul Majeed, resident of Kurram, age 28 years and Sub-Inspector Javed, resident of Spinwam, age 38 years, said an Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) media release.
It added that the clearance operation was in progress to eliminate any terrorist found in the area.
Minister for Information and Broadcasting Chaudhry Fawad Hussain on Saturday strongly condemned the terrorist attack on a security forces vehicle in North Waziristan.
The news of martyrdom of Pakistan Army and Levies soldiers in the incident of terrorism was sad, the minister for information said in a statement.
The minister said such cowardly acts cannot dampen the spirits of the nation which stood by the security forces in the war against terrorism.
The sacrifices of the security forces, he said would not be in vain.