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Pak military offensive didn’t affect terrorist networks: Afghan intelligence claims
 
 
 
Pak military offensive didn’t affect terrorist networks: Afghan intelligence claims

Kabul-The Afghan intelligence, National Directorate of Security (NDS) claimed that the Pakistani military offensive did not have any effect on terrorist networks including the Haqqani Network.
Haseeb Sediqi, spokesman for the National Directorate of security (NDS) told reporters that the North Waziristan operation did not have any satisfactory outcome since the offensive did not harm any of the terrorist networks, said media reports.
Sediqi further added that one of the most important terrorist networks – Haqqani Network remained safe from the offensive as the network leaders were taken to safe locations along with several leaders from other terrorist networks.
He said NDS has received information which shows that the Haqqani Network leaders were shifted to Kurram agency, Quetta, Karachi and even Islamabad.
According to Sediqi, the Haqqani Networks leaders, members and their equipments including weapons were taken to Kurram agency two weeks before the offensive was launched.

Sediqi said the Lashkar-e-Taiba and other terrorist networks also remained during the operation.
Sediqi added that the deadly car bombing in Orgun district of Paktika province was one of the attacks carried out by Haqqani Network.

 
 
 
 
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