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).