39 killed in Pak raids after Sindh shrine blast

39 killed in Pak raids after Sindh shrine blast

Srinagar: Reports quoting Pakistani officials said on Friday that Pak security forces have killed at least 39 suspected militants in countrywide operations in the aftermath of the massive attack by the Islamic State (ISIS) at a shrine in southern Pakistan that killed around 100 worshippers.
As per reports the overnight raids also led to the arrest of 47 suspects, including some in Sindh province where the attack on the shrine happened.
As per reports the raids targeted militant hideouts and led to shootouts with insurgents.
On Thursday, a suicide bomber walked into the Lal Shahbaz Qalandar shrine in Sehwan, in southern Sindh province, and detonated his explosives among a crowd of worshippers, killing 100.

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