200 militants surrender in Balochistan

Staff Report

ISLAMABAD -- More than 200 militants surrendered recently in Balochistan, while violence left a soldier and two terrorists dead elsewhere in Pakistan.

The Baloch militants handed over their weapons in Quetta November 7, Dawn reported.

Meanwhile, security forces November 8 in Karachi killed two terrorists and made three arrests, police said, according to Geo News and Dunya TV.

A roadside bombing November 7 in the Tirah Valley, Khyber Agency, killed one soldier, officials said, according to Dawn.

The Sindh Province Counter Terrorism Department recently detained two suspected members of Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah said, according to SAMAA.

They are accused of killing two soldiers and seven police officers and of being involved in the slaying of Sufi singer Samjad Sabri, Shah added.

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