Special security services of Pakistan killed 2 ISIS terrorist which were linked to the abduction of Yousaf Raza Gilani’s son

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Special security services of Pakistan killed 2 ISIS terrorist which were linked to the abduction of Yousaf Raza Gilani's son

Special security services of Pakistan killed 2 ISIS terrorist which were linked to the abduction of Yousaf Raza Gilani’s son

Two speculated ISIS terrorists, who were supposedly involved in the abductions of previous prime minister Yousaf Raza Gilani’s son and a US national, were killed by Pakistani security agencies in Punjab province, police stated Thursday.

The terrorists, recognized as Muhammad Rizwan and Imran Saqi, were executed in a late-night attack on a residence in Multan district on Wednesday, the Punjab Police’s counter-terrorism unit (CTD) department announced.

They were also included in the killing of three intelligence officers.

In a record, the CTD told that it obtained information that five terrorists of banned terror group ISIS were deceiving in a house in the district, around 350 km from Lahore.

It declared a team circled the house and told the terrorists to surrender. “The terrorists instead of surrendering freed fire on the raiding unit which returned fire, killing two terrorists on the spot while three of their helpers managed to escape taking benefit of darkness,” the CTD replied.

The terrorists had prepared to attack employees of intelligence agencies. Nine hand grenades, bombs, and weapons were confiscated from the house, it said.

They were committed in the kidnapping of US national Warren Weinstein in 2011 and Yosuf Gilani’s son Ali Haider Gilani in 2013.

Weinstein, who held abducted from Lahore, was unexpectedly killed in a US drone strike in 2015 on the Afghan border, while Haider Gilani was protected from Afghanistan after three years. The terrorists had also killed two police deputies in Faisalabad in an try to kidnap a senior law enforcement deputy. Presently this year, security agencies killed two other members of the group in Faisalabad in Punjab province.