A terrorist commander of Pakistan was killed in a roadside bombing

A top fugitive terrorist commander of Pakistan was killed in a roadside bombing in southern Afghanistan. He had a prize of 3 million US dollars. This information has been given in media reports quoting a senior Afghan official.

Mangal Bagh, the leader of the banned Lashkar-e-Islam terrorist group, was involved in a number of terrorist activities. He was killed along with two of his colleagues in a roadside bomb blast in Bandar Dara area of ​​Nangarhar’s Aakin district this morning, the Express Tribune newspaper quoted Afghanistan’s Nangarhar province governor Ziaulhaq Amarkhil as saying. The newspaper said that Bagh, a terrorist turned truck cleaner, was affiliated to the banned Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP).

A terrorist commander of Pakistan was killed in a roadside bombing
A terrorist commander of Pakistan was killed in a roadside bombing