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Three years of Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad completed


Arhama AltafWeb Editor

22nd Feb, 2020. 12:55 pm
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Operation Raddad ul Fassad

February 22, 2020 marks the competition of three years of Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad, which had been launched by Pakistan Army across the country aiming at indiscriminately eliminating residual/latent threat of terrorism.

Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa initiated the operation on February 22, 2017 after taking charge as the commander of Pakistan Army in November 2016.

DG ISPR – Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad:

Pakistan Air Force, Pakistan Navy, Civil Armed Forces (CAF) and other security/Law Enforcing Agencies (LEAs) actively participated in the operation.

They successfully eliminated the menace of terrorism as peace has returned to the country after sacrificing thousands of lives.

According to the details, over one hundred and 49 thousand intelligence-based operations were conducted in three years.

The intelligence agencies foiled more than 400 terrorist plans as militants and their facilitators were hunted down across the country.

The military courts executed 344 terrorists and handed jail term to other 301 culprits.

Fencing along 1450 kilometers of Pak-Afghan border has been completed out of 2611 kilometers to halt the locomotion of militants.

Out of 843 planned border forts, 343 have been completed while 161 under construction.

More than 350 major and over 850 routine operations have been carried out in the fight against terrorism since 2001.

The International Civil Service Commission (ICSC) of the United Nations announced to restore Islamabad’s status as a family station, and the capital territory was included in the list of world’s most peaceful cities.

British Airways resumed operation in Pakistan after ten years.

Peace of Karachi, the City of Lights, has been restored and the metropolis’s ranking has improved in the global crime index.

International sports activities in the country have resumed as Pakistan hosted Sri Lanka and Bangladesh cricket teams as well as the Kabaddi World Cup 2020.

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