ISLAMABAD - The security forces have secured strategic Charmang area of Bajaur Agency, arrested three terrorists and recovered weapons from their possession while 5 soldiers sustained injuries, said an ISPR update on Tuesday. According to ISPR, the security forces were in the final phase of search and clearance operation in Swat region while 45,000 Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) from South Waziristan Agency were registered at various places in Dera Ismail Khan and Tank. The security forces started search operation at Pararai, Khazana village in Shamozai area, Rangeela village Banjot (10km east of Mingora) and Sambat. The security forces further consolidated their positions in surrounding areas of Biha, Roringer, while during search operation in Mangai (3km west of Alpurai) arrested three terrorists and recovered two 7 mm rifles, two 12 bore rifles, one MK 4 rifle, one 30 bore pistol and ammunition. In South Waziristan Agency, the security forces established link between Sarwakai and Dargai, while terrorists raided with rockets and small arms at Inzar China, Zalai and South Waziristan Scouts Camp, causing no loss. To date, 45,000 IDPs of South Waziristan Agency have been registered in Dera Ismail Khan, Tank and they have been accommodated with host families and each family is being issued with UBL Card worth Rs 5000 per month. The security forces carried out consolidation process at Sarkari Qila in Charmang Valley in Bajur. Terrorists attacked a security forces vehicle with IED followed by rocket fire close to Asghar village in Charmang causing injuries to five soldiers. APP adds: District Buner is cleared and purged from scourge of the militants, there is total peace and the people could come back to their native towns without any fear and worry, said Colonel Naseer, local Operation Commander District Buner. Briefing a team of visiting journalists from Peshawar here at Government Degree College Buner, he said, relief activities in Ambella Pass and Sultan Was areas have not yet been restored and it would start soon after it were cleared by the security forces. He said around seven to eight thousand families have returned back to their homes while the remaining would come back soon to their areas. Various relief camps are operational in the district, he said, adding, the district has been divided into various zones for smooth supply of the ration and medical facilities to the affectees. He informed the mediamen that security situation is absolutely normal in the district and there was no danger for the local inhabitants to comeback to their homes. The civic facilities like drinking water, electricity have been restored while six electric feeders out of eight are functioning while the remaining two would be rectified I in a day to two. In reply to a question, he was optimistic that repatriation process of the IDPs would pick momentum in the coming days. However, he made an appeal to the local people to share their information with the security forces about presence of extremists in their areas. In reply to another question, Col Naseer said that relief camps have been setup in the district to provide maximum facilities to the people at their doorstep. From military point of view, District Buner is cleared, he concluded. Earlier, the visiting journalists were given a round of the district and shown relief activities underway at various points. Relief goods were also distributed by the Pak Army officials amongst the affectees on the occasion.