Islamabad, March 25
Abdul Wahab Larak, a most-wanted militant in Pakistan, was killed in Afghanistan, The Express Tribune reported.
Wahab, who was a member of the Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) militant group, was killed in Afghanistan on Tuesday at 10.30 a.m. by two unidentified individuals, the report said
Wahab Lark, who was also known as Hakeem Ali Jan, Hakeem Saleh, Khushi Muhammad, Gypsy Kandahar, was involved in various acts of militancy.
The militant initially belonged to the Lashkar-e-Jhangvi Usman Saifullah Kurd group.
He joined the TTP along with his other associates in August 2020, and at that time he was the Emir of the banned TTP Sindh and was on the CTD Sindh’s list of most-wanted militants.
His name was also mentioned in the Red Book.
The report on the terrorist states that he carried out a suicide attack on January 30, 2015 at an imambargah in Shikarpur in which 53 people were killed and 57 others injured, The Express Tribune reported.
He planned attacks on Army Aviation Base and PAF Base Samangali 20 in Quetta.
He was involved in targeted killings of Shias, as well as a number of terrorist activities in North Waziristan and was also planning to carry out suicide attacks in Karachi.–(IANS)