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In the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan, reports indicate a significant escalation in the conflict between the Pakistani forces and the Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP).

The TTP has reportedly claimed control over two Pakistani military posts situated in the Bomborit area of Chitral, allegedly acquiring a substantial quantity of weapons and ammunition in the process. According to their spokesperson, the operation resulted in casualties among the Pakistani forces, including the death of several personnel. However, these claims have not been independently verified.

In contrast, governmental sources present a different narrative. Mohammad Ali, the Deputy Commissioner of Lower Chitral, communicated to a British media outlet about an ongoing operation initiated in response to intelligence regarding potential militant activities in the region, notably near the border adjoining Afghanistan. Further information, he mentioned, will be released by the military’s public relations department upon the conclusion of the operation.

As a precautionary measure, the administration has temporarily closed roads leading to Kailash and Bomborit for tourists, with heightened security deployed across the district. Despite the unfolding events, Ali asserts that the general situation in the district remains stable, with no significant disruptions to the daily life of the community.


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