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Iran’s surgical strike in Pakistan, kills terrorist commander

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NEW DELHI: Iran’s army entered Pakistan and killed the commander of terrorist group Jaish al-Adl (Army of Justice) Ismail Shahbaksh and some of his associates. This information has been given by ‘Iran International’ in its report quoting Iran’s government media. About a month ago, Iran had carried out an air strike on Pakistan, in return for that, Pakistan had carried out an air strike on Iran.
According to the report, Jaish al-Adl was formed in 2012. Iran had declared this Sunni terrorist group as “terrorist”. It operates from Sistan-Baluchistan, the south-eastern province of Iran.
Over the past few years, Jaish al-Adl has carried out several attacks on Iranian security forces. According to Al Arabiya News, in December, Jaish al-Adl claimed responsibility for an attack on a police station in Sistan-Baluchestan, in which at least 11 policemen were killed.
Pakistan and Iran have agreed to expand security cooperation with each other, weeks after they fired missiles at ‘terrorist targets’ in each other’s territories last month, The News International reported.
The agreement was announced by Pakistan Foreign Minister Jalil Abbas Jilani and his Iranian counterpart Hossein Amir-Abdullahian at a joint press conference at the Pakistan Foreign Office.
Jilani had said that both Iran and Pakistan would resolve some “misunderstandings” very soon. He said that both the countries also agreed to fight terrorism in their respective areas and solve each other’s problems. However, this latest infiltration into the Pakistani border is showing a completely opposite attitude to his statement.

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