PESHAWAR A key militant commander, Ameer Ullah Mehsud, with a Rs20 million price on his head, has been killed during a clash with security forces in Miranshah, the headquarters of North Waziristan Agency, ISPR confirmed on Monday. Ameer Mehsud known as Gud Qari was one of the top commanders, who was wanted to the government in different acts of terrorism, as he was stated to be involved in attacks on security forces, kidnappings, and anti-state activities. According to a statement of ISPR, Ameer Ullah was killed in a shootout with security forces in Miranshah Bazaar on Sunday. Ameer, who was amongst a list of 19 most-wanted commanders of the banned Tehreek-I-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) for whom the government had offered various amounts as head money. He was originally hailing from Makeen area of South Waziristan Agency. He was the TTP commander for Razmak and Makeen areas. Two security forces men were also wounded in the shootout, the statement concluded.