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Pakistan targets militant camp in Afghanistan, says report

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Hours after the army said it has found links that terrorists from across the border were behind a suicide bombing at Lal Shahbaz Qalandar sufi shrine, Pakistan has reportedly launched ‘strikes’ against militant base in Afghanistan.
The Army had handed over a list of 76 militants, who were supporting terrorist activities, to the Afghan diplomats.
Earlier, Pakistan had claimed the attack was planned in militant sanctuaries in Afghanistan.
The report said four camps of Jamaat-ul-Ahrar terror group were targeted in the strikes across the border of Pakistan’s Khyber and Mohmand tribal agencies.
On Friday, Pakistan Army chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa told Gen John Nicholson, the top US commander in Afghanistan, during a telephonic conversation that terrorist activities and inaction against militants in Afghanistan were “testing our current policy of cross-border restraint”, The Indian Express reported.
The death toll from the Lal Shahbaz Qalandar attack had risen to 88 since Friday night.
According to an official list of casualties 76 bodies were received and handled at the Shah Abdullah Institute of Medical Sciences, four at the PMH Hospital and eight at Chandka Medical University Hospital in Larkana.


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