Intelligence agencies smash 'a major terror network'.

ISAMABAD -- Intelligence operatives Saturday claimed to have busted and dismantled a major terror network belonging to the banned Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) and spread over various parts of KPK and saved the country from a major terrorist disaster. According to the details shared by security and intelligence agencies with The Nation, Afghan cell phone SIMs and various drugs and currency from the terrorist network possession were confiscated which helped in busting the terror network.

According to details, on 19th January a terrorist who belonged to the outlawed Tehrik-iTaliban Pakistan (TTP) carried out suicide attack on the Takhta Baig check post in Jamrud KP, which resulted in the death of three police personnel. After the attack the attacker also blew himself up resulting in his instant death.

Later the TTP claimed responsibility for the suicide attack on the check post.

The intelligence agencies after the attack started a probe and had collected bullet shells and body parts of the dead attacker for forensic analysis with the help of CCTV footage and geo-fencing.

According to the information gathered as result of the investigations on January 21, it was emerged that TTP terrorist Umar was planner and was behind the suicide attack.

The investigation further revealed that a resident of Jamrud and another TTP member Satana Jan facilitated terrorist Umar in planning and executing the attack.

The intelligence agencies further revealed in their investigations that another two suspects...

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