Intelligence Agencies kill TTP top Commander in Pakistan

Intelligence Agencies kill TTP top Commander in Pakistan

In an intelligence operation conducted in the Fizagat area of Swat, located in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa region, the security forces successfully eliminated a prominent figure within the outlawed TTP Swat organization. The individual in question, identified as Nek Mohammad, also known as Neko and Umar, held a significant position within the TTP Swat and was closely affiliated with the former chief of the outlawed group, Mullah Fazlullah.

The operation that led to the elimination of this notorious terrorist was a collaborative effort between the Pakistan Army and the Counter-Terrorism Department. This joint operation was initiated based on valuable intelligence information received by the authorities.

Nek Mohammad's involvement with the banned TTP Swat goes back to the early days of the group's presence in Swat. He was known for leading a team responsible for brutal acts such as the flogging of women. Furthermore, he had a history of being directly implicated in multiple terrorist attacks against security forces in the region.

In response to mounting pressure from Pakistani forces during Operation Rah-e-Rast in 2009, Nek Mohammad fled to Afghanistan along with his family. However, he resurfaced in Pakistan earlier this year and resumed his nefarious activities, which included targeting and killing police personnel, as well as engaging in extortion activities on behalf of the outlawed TTP.

In June, he and his accomplices perpetrated a heinous act by brutally murdering two police constables near Mingora Sabzi Mandi. This event further underscored the threat posed by individuals like Nek Mohammad within the region