PESHAWAR - Security forces backed by gunship helicopters and jet fighters continued attacks on the suspected hideouts of Taliban militants in Bajaur Agency, killing some 19 of them and injuring many others, reports received here on Sunday said. Jets and gunships pounded the positions of militants in areas of Tang Khatta, Shakai and Lowi Sam of Bajaur. Having consolidated their positions in Lowi Sam, the security forces are now advancing towards the strongholds of Taliban in the mountainous areas of Charmang, Nawagai, Mamond. Meanwhile, curfew still remained imposed and the local resident are facing a number of problems, including shortage of food. Agencies add: A ceasefire agreement has been signed between the security forces and the militants in Swat under which  fighting will be stopped by Monday (today) evening. A peace jirga between the peace committee and the security forces was held in Kanju area of Swat, which was also attended by militant commanders. The two sides in the Jirga decided that they would not take any action against each other after Monday evening. On the other hand the militants have called the representatives of electronic media to Pewar where they may meet the abducted Chinese engineers. Meanwhile, Taliban militants on Sunday shot dead an Afghan refugee in a tribal area bordering Afghanistan, accusing the victim of spying on them, officials said. The body of Gul Rahim Shah, 55, from Afghanistan's Khost province, was found dumped on a roadside near Miranshah, the main town in North Waziristan tribal district, a local government official told AFP. A note found near his body said he had been killed for spying on Taliban militants and warned of similar reprisals against others caught doing the same, the official said. Militants have killed several tribesmen n the area, accusing them of spying on their activities on behalf of the Pakistani government and US forces operating across the border in Afghanistan.