The new force, comprised of Iranian and foreign fighters, will fan sectarian tensions in the region and exacerbate rifts in Arab society, clerics say.
The on-going operation will prove decisive, analysts say.
Iran's support of the Taliban is meant to destabilise Afghanistan and undermine international efforts for peace.
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) awarded Rs. 9.3m to 6 police officers for arresting 6 most wanted suspected militants.
Iran's involvement in the Syria war has prolonged the conflict and inflamed tensions throughout the region, experts say.
Security forces arrested 46 suspected militants after a suicide bombing killed at least 73 people at Quetta Civil Hospital.
Both Jamatul Ahrar and the 'Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant' (ISIL) claimed responsibility for the attack, which killed 70 and injured 92.
The government is working to compensate temporarily displaced families, authorities say.
August 4 was a solemn day in KP.
The book highlights the KP Police's war against terrorism.