Pakistan military commander Maj. Gen. Sajjad Ghani has said that some of the final strongholds were being cleared and that "high intensity" operations against militants in Swat would end in a week to 10 days, as 95 percent area of the region has been cleared. But stragglers could be expected to keep launching attacks on troops "for some time," he said. Talking with a team of visiting foreign media journalists, he said about 400 militants have been killed in the area during the six weeks of fighting, but that many top commanders have managed to escape, including Fazlullah, and some were possibly headed toward havens in Afghanistan or South Waziristan. "As of now, there are only pockets of resistance left. The terrorists are on the run. Command and control is in disarray. They are unable to organize an integrated response" to the army, he said.