Rawalpindi: Pakistan moved heavy artillery towards Afghan border citing worse security situation in the mountainous border region.
Last week, Pakistan army carried out strike in Afghanistan and killed many terrorists and also destroyed their camps. The militants killed belonged to Jamat ul Ahrar; the faction of a banned outfit Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakitan. The deputy commander of the faction also killed by Pak army. The group is responsible of many attacks observed in Pakistan including Lahore blast of February 13.
Heavy weapons and mortar shells were used to demolish the Jamat ul Ahrar’s sanctuaries. Hideouts of terrorists present in Mohmand Agency, FATA were also targeted as reported.
According to sources, Pakistan today also shifted a heavy artillery at Pak Afghan border concerning security situation. The border between two countries is closed for the fourth day and security is high alert all across the line.