A security man was martyred and six others wounded in rocket attack at a Razmik security camp during South Waziristan offensive. In counter attack three militants were also killed. Forces gunship helicopters pounding over the positions of the militants in South Waziristan tribal region amid reports of militants casualties in Khaisur and Shah Wangi regions as the troops take over the control of Shah Wangi on Monday. At least 12 persons reported killed while fleeing from their homes in war zone to safer place. The troops advancement continued in the militants hotbed in the South Waziristan region, security forces said. The military has taken control of the Shah Wangi area after fighting with militants. A foreign news agency citing intelligence officials reported that at least eight more militants died Monday in a fierce battle in the Khaisur area, where they were coming closer to troop positions. The army said Sunday that 60 militants and six soldiers have been killed since the offensive began Saturday. Accounts from residents and those fleeing Sunday suggested that the some 30,000 troops pushing through South Waziristan from three directions face tougher resistance than in the Swat Valley. As many as 150,000 civilians possibly more have left in recent months after the army made clear it was planning an assault, but some 350,000 people may be left in the region.