Mullah Fazlullah Leader of Tehrik-I-Taliban Pakistan Killed In Afghanistan


Kabul: Pakistani and American army took action against terrorists’ jointly in Afghanistan and they were succeeded to kill famous militant and commander of Pakistan Tehrik-I-Taliban named Mullah Fazlullah along with son.


According to Gulf news report, in those days, Afghanistan is facing a climate of war in which Russia, America, British and Pakistan army making fight with famous militant group named Tehrik-I-Taliban. Last day during an operation troops killed Mullah Fazlullah along with his younger son.

American army made drone attack in Nangarhar in result of getting the information about presence of Taliban leader named Mullah Fazlullah and killed that militant along with his son Abdul Basit during stay in their house. But the news about death of these persons officially has not been confirmed by authorities.

Mullah Fazlullah was born in 1974, after getting early Islamic education he joined the big party named Tehreek-e-Nafaz-e-Shariat-e-Mohammadi in Pakistan. He also presented his services as small leader of Tehrik-I-Taliban of Swat Valley, after few years, he was become the leader of that tehrik in 2013.

Taliban group is not decreasing his aggressive attacks against America and NATO forces because they want only Islamic Government in Afghanistan and finished all bad sources of infidelity from country. Forces did not take any big success against militants within twenty years fight.

The best thing is that Mullah Fazlullah gave the plan about attack on Army Public School in Pakistan last year and sent almost seven terrorists in that education place who killed almost 150 people included 140 innocent children and lot of faced harsh wounds.

Another terrorist group named Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant also increased terror activities in Saudi Arabia and Syria for the purpose of getting control of Government so, they did not see during killing youthful population but United Nation has not been took any step for decreasing these attacks.