Pakistani security forces today killed two militants who were allegedly planning a terror attack during a religious gathering of minority Shia Muslims.
Paramilitary Punjab Rangers conducted an intelligence- based operationearly this morning in Dera Ghazi Khan area of Punjab.
In the exchange of fire, two terrorists were killed who were planning a terror attack during a gathering of Shiite Muslims observing the martyrdom of Hazrat Ali, the army said.
The raid was part of Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad against the supporters and remnants of militants after they were expelled from the tribal region, according to the army.
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