The security forces have made significant progress in their fight against terrorism. In recent weeks, they have killed several high-profile terrorists, including Zafar alias Zafari, the commander of the banned terrorist organisation Tehreek-i-Talban Pakistan, and Nawaz Ali Rind, the commander of the Baloch Liberation Front. These successes have come at a time when terrorist activity has been on the rise in certain parts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan. However, the security forces have shown that they are determined to root out terrorism, and these recent successes are a testament to their resolve.
The killings of Zafari and Rind are a major blow to the terrorist organisations they belonged to. Zafari was responsible for a number of high-profile attacks, including the bombing of a police station in Peshawar that killed 15 people. Rind was also involved in a number of attacks on security forces, and his death will be a significant setback for the Baloch Liberation Front.
The security forces have proved that terrorism can be defeated. The government has made a number of changes to its counter-terrorism strategy, and these changes seem to be having an impact. The security forces are now better equipped and trained to deal with terrorists, and they are also more coordinated in their operations.
The government’s new counter-terrorism strategy is based on the principle of “clear, hold, build.” This means that the security forces first clear an area of terrorists, then they hold it by maintaining a strong presence, and finally they build up the infrastructure in the area so that it is less vulnerable to future attacks.
The government’s new counter-terrorism strategy seems to be working, and the recent successes of the security forces are a testament to this. However, there is still a long way to go before terrorism is completely eradicated from Pakistan. The government needs to continue to invest in its counter-terrorism capabilities, and the security forces need to remain vigilant. However, with the right approach, the government can eventually achieve its goal of defeating terrorism.