Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad

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Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad
Part of the Insurgency in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Insurgency in Balochistan
Sectarian violence in Pakistan and the War on Terror
Date22 February 2017 – present
Location
Pakistan
Result

Ongoing

  • Terrorist group cells dismantled.
  • major development in reduction of terrorist incidents.
Belligerents

Pakistan Pakistan

Taliban-aligned groups

Baloch separatist groups

ISIL-aligned groups

Sectarian groups

Commanders and leaders

Pakistan
President

Prime Minister

Foreign Minister

Interior Minister

Opposition Leader

Army Chief

Chairman JCSC

DG ISI

DG ISPR

Air Chief

Naval Chief

General of SSG

Al-Qaeda

Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant

Taliban

Jamaat-ul-Ahrar

Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan

Lashkar-e-Jhangvi

Balochistan Liberation Army

Baloch Republican Army

Baluch Liberation Front

United Baloch Army

Lashkar-e-Balochistan

Balochistan Liberation United Front

Baloch Students Organization

Lashkar-e-Islam

Jundallah (Pakistan)

Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan

Jundallah (Iran)

Jaish ul-Adl

  • Salahuddin Farooqui

Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakistan

Casualties and losses

440+ soldiers killed[4][5]
1450+ Injured[6][7][8][9]

940+ civilians killed[6]

[7][8][5][4]

900+ militants killed[4][10][5]
1319+ militants surrendered[10][11]
2,000+ militants arrested[12]
7,300+ suspects arrested[10][13]
500+ Killed after being arrested or surrendered[6]

[7][8]

Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad (Urdu: آپریشن رد الفساد‎) is a codename of a combined military operation by the Pakistani military in support of local law enforcement agencies to disarm and eliminate the terrorist sleeper cells across all states of Pakistan, started on 22 February 2017.[14] The operation is aimed to eliminate the threat of terrorism, and consolidating the gains of Operation Zarb-e-Azb which was launched in 2014 as a joint military offensive. It is further aimed at ensuring the security of Pakistan's borders. The operation is ongoing active participation from Pakistan Army, Pakistan Air Force, Pakistan Navy, Pakistan Police and other Warfare and Civil Armed Forces managed under the Government of Pakistan. This Operation has been mostly acknowledged after Operation Zarb e Azb.

The operation entailed the conduct of Broad Spectrum Security (Counter Terrorism) operations by Rangers in Punjab, continuation of ongoing operations across the country and focus on more effective border security management.[15] Countrywide disarmament and explosive control were also given as additional objectives of the operation. The National Action Plan was pursued as the hallmark of this operation.[16]

Contents

Etymologies[edit]

Radd-ul-Fasaad (Urdu: رد الفساد‎) literally means "elimination of strife".[14] Radd means "rejection". Fasaad is synonymous to the Arabic word Fitna which means "civil strife".[17]

Background[edit]

In the month of February 2017, the terrorist group Jamaat-ul-Ahrar launched Operation Ghazi with several suicide attacks across Pakistan. According to media, Jammat-ul-Ahrar claimed the responsibility of these terror attacks, this operation reduced after the death of Abdul Rashid Ghazi, who was shot dead by Pakistan army in Lal Masjid during Operation Sunrise. After this, many other terrorist groups started terrorist attacks often across all over Pakistan, quickly Pakistan announced the launch of Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad.[18]

Operation Sunrise[edit]

Army Operation[edit]

Siege of Lal Masjid
Part of the Insurgency in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa; War on Terror
Date3–11 July 2007
(1 week and 1 day)
Location
Result Pakistani victory[19][20]
Belligerents

Pakistan Pakistan


Flag of the Pakistani Army.svg Pakistani Army
Punjab Rangers

Insignia of Pakistan Army Special Service Group (SSG).svg Special Service Group
Islamic students
Afghanistan Pakistan Taliban
Commanders and leaders
Pakistan Lt.Col. Haroon-ul-Islam 
Strength
60,000 soldiers and Rangers
164 SSG commandos[21][22]
1,300 students
100+ militants[23]
Casualties and losses
11 killed
44 wounded[24][25]
84 killed[26][27]
50 captured
14 civilians killed, 204 injured

Operation Sunrise was operation launched by Pakistan Army to eliminate the Abdul Rashid Ghazi alongside with his students. This was successful operation but in retaliation all main terrorist groups started mass suicide bombings across Pakistan. The government reported that the operation resulted in 154 deaths, and 50 militants were captured (other estimates were higher).[28][29] It also prompted pro-Taliban rebels along the Afghan border to nullify a 10-month-old peace agreement with the Pakistani Government.[30] This event triggered the Third Waziristan War, which marked another surge in militancy and violence in Pakistan and has resulted in several casualties.[31]

Terrorists retaliation[edit]

July 2007 Pakistan bombings
Part of the War in North-West Pakistan
Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad is located in Pakistan
Matta
Matta
Dera Ismail Khan
Dera Ismail Khan
Islamabad
Islamabad
Hub
Hub
Hangu
Hangu
Kohat
Kohat
Location of incidents shown in the map of Pakistan.
Location
  1. Matta, Swat
  2. Dera Ismail Khan
  3. Islamabad
  4. Hub
  5. Hangu
  6. Kohat
Attack type
Suicide bombings
Deaths154+
Injuries
231+

In July 2007, a series of suicide bombings took place across Pakistan in the aftermath of the Lal Masjid siege which resulted in an end to the 10-month truce held by the Waziristan Accord.[32] At least 154 people were killed and more than 230 others were injured in the suicide attacks.

Pakistan Retaliation[edit]

In reaction to these attacks Pakistan started the war against all the militant groups across Pakistan which turned into Insurgency in Balochistan, Insurgency in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Sectarian Violence.

Operation Ghazi[edit]

Operation Ghazi was the codename of the terrorist operation launched by Jamaat-ul-Ahrar with saveral other terrorist groups to get revenge on death of Abdul Rashid Ghazi by launching mass terrorist attacks across Pakistan. Although, Pakistan manage to defeat Jamaat-ul-Ahrar in Operation Ghazi but many other terrorist groups were already spreads across all states and launched many mass terror attacks.

Operation Ghazi
Part of the Insurgency in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
and the War on Terror
Date13 February 2017 – 30 September 2017
Location
Pakistan
Result Pakistan Victory
Belligerents
Pakistan Pakistan

Jamaat-ul-Ahrar

Supported by:
Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan

Lashkar-e-Jhangvi
Commanders and leaders

Pakistan
President
Mamnoon Hussain

Prime Minister
Nawaz Sharif

Army Chief
Qamar Javed Bajwa

Chairman JCSC
Zubair Mahmood Hayat

DG ISI
Naveed Mukhtar

Air Chief
Sohail Aman

Naval Chief

Muhammad Zakaullah

Jamaat-ul-Ahrar
Omar Khalid Khorasani  

Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan

Maulana Qazi Fazlullah  
Strength
Pakistan Army
Pakistan Air Force
Paramilitary Forces
CIA drone strikes
Pakistan Police
Jamaat-ul-Ahrar
Casualties and losses
16 police officers killed,18+ injured[33][34] 100+ militants killed[35]

On 13 February 2017, Jamaat-ul-Ahrar released a video announcing the launch of "Operation Ghazi", named after Abdul Rashid Ghazi who was killed in July 2007 inside the Lal Masjid.[36] The operation started with the suicide bombing at the Mall, in which 12 civilians and six police officers were killed and saveral civilians were killed in this operation.[33]

2017 Major terror attacks[edit]

January 2017 Parachinar bombing[edit]

2017 Parachinar bombing
Parachinar is located in Pakistan
Parachinar
Parachinar
Parachinar (Pakistan)
LocationEidgah market, Parachinar, Pakistan
Date21 January 2017[37]
08:50 PST
Attack type
Bombing
WeaponsBomb
Deaths25[38]
Injuries
87[39][40]
PerpetratorsLashkar-e-Jhangvi al-Alami
Pakistani Taliban

On 21 January 2017, a bomb was detonated at a vegetable market in Parachinar, in the Kurram Valley of the Federally Administered Tribal Areas of Pakistan. At least 25 people were killed and 87 injured by the explosion.[41][42] Parachinar is the administrative headquarters of the Kurram Agency near the Afghan border.[43] The same area has previously seen several blasts in 2008, February 2012,[44] September 2012,[45] 2013 and in December 2015.[46]

February 2017 Lahore suicide bombing[edit]

February 2017 Lahore suicide bombing
Part of the War in North-West Pakistan
Charing Cross is located in Lahore
Charing Cross
Charing Cross
Charing Cross is located in Punjab, Pakistan
Charing Cross
Charing Cross
Charing Cross is located in Pakistan
Charing Cross
Charing Cross
Location of the Charing Cross in Lahore, where the attack occurred.
LocationCharing Cross, The Mall, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
Coordinates31°33′32.4″N 74°19′26.4″E / 31.559000°N 74.324000°E / 31.559000; 74.324000
Date13 February 2017
18:10[33] (UTC+05:00)
TargetPolice officials[47][48]
Attack type
Suicide bombing
WeaponsExplosive belt
DeathsAt least 18 (+1 bomber)[49][50][51][33]
Injuries
Over 90[33][51]
VictimsZahid Gondal (SSP Operations, Punjab Police)[47]
Ahmed Mobin (DIG Traffic, Lahore)[47]
PerpetratorsJamaat-ul-Ahrar (claimed)[47]

On 13 February 2017, a suicide bombing took place on the Mall Road in Lahore, Pakistan, where a large crowd of Pharmaceutical manufacturers and owners, herbal manufactureres, homeopathic manufactureres, wholesellers, pharmaceutical marketeers, chemists, stockists, distributors, doctors and pharmacists were holding a protest at Charing Cross in front of the Punjab provincial assembly. According to Punjab Police sources, 18 people were killed including several police officials, and at least 87 were injured.[49][50][51]

Jamaat-ul-Ahrar, a faction of the banned Tehrik-i-Taliban (TTP), claimed responsibility for the attack.[52] Local authorities cordoned off the site to begin investigations.[47] According to Pakistani authorities, the attack was orchestrated from Afghanistan, where the militant group operates sanctuaries.[53] On 23 February, Pakistani security forces killed the mastermind of the attack, Wajihullah, near the Afghan border following the launch of Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad.[54]

2017 Sehwan suicide bombing[edit]

2017 Sehwan suicide bombing
Part of Terrorism in Pakistan
Lal Shahbaz Mazaar inside view 6.JPG
An interior view of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar's shrine in 2014.
Sehwan is located in Sindh
Sehwan
Sehwan
Sehwan (Sindh)
Sehwan is located in Pakistan
Sehwan
Sehwan
Sehwan (Pakistan)
LocationSehwan Sharif, Sindh, Pakistan
Date16 February 2017
TargetSufi pilgrims
Attack type
Suicide bombing
WeaponsSuicide jacket,[55] grenade[56]
Deaths91 (+1 bomber)[57][58][59][60]
Injuries
300+[61][62]
Assailants1 suicide bomber

On 16 February 2017, a suicide bombing took place inside the Shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar in Sehwan, Sindh, Pakistan, where pilgrims were performing a Sufi ritual after the evening prayers.[56][63][64] At least 90 people were killed and over 300 injured.[65][61][66][67][68]

2017 Charsadda suicide bombing[edit]

2017 Charsadda suicide bombing
Part of the War in North-West Pakistan and Operation Ghazi
Tangi is located in Pakistan
Tangi
Tangi
Tangi (Pakistan)
LocationTangi, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan
Date21 February 2017
TargetSessions court
Attack type
Suicide bombing
WeaponsSuicide belts, hand grenades, assault rifle[69]
Deaths7 (+3 bombers)[70]
Injuries
20[70]
Assailantsthree suicide bombers

On 21 February 2017, suicide bombers targeted a sessions court in Tangi, Charsadda District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan.[47][71] At least 7 people were killed, including a lawyer and more than 20 others injured.[70][72] Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan faction Jamaat-ul-Ahrar claimed responsibility for the attack.[73]

March 2017 Parachinar suicide bombing[edit]

March 2017 Parachinar bombing
Part of the War in North-West Pakistan
Parachinar is located in Pakistan
Parachinar
Parachinar
Parachinar (Pakistan)
LocationParachinar, Pakistan
Date31 March 2017
Attack type
Bombing
WeaponsBomb
Deaths24[74]
Injuries
70+[74]
PerpetratorsJamaat-ul-Ahrar
MotiveSectarianism

On 31 March 2017, a car bombing took place at a market in Parachinar, northwest Pakistan.[75] The bombing was believed to be motivated by sectarianism, as the majority of the area's residents are Shia Muslims. At least 24 people were killed and more than 70 injured as a result of the blast.[76][77][78] Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and other political leaders condemned the attack.[79]

2017 Mastung suicide bombing[edit]

2017 Mastung suicide bombing
Part of War in North-West Pakistan
Mastung is located in Balochistan, Pakistan
Mastung
Mastung
Mastung (Balochistan, Pakistan)
Mastung is located in Pakistan
Mastung
Mastung
Mastung (Pakistan)
LocationMastung District, Balochistan, Pakistan
Coordinates29°24′31″N 67°11′22″E / 29.408737°N 67.189449°E / 29.408737; 67.189449
Date12 May 2017
TargetSenator Abdul Ghafoor Haideri
Attack type
Suicide motorcycle bombing
Weaponsexplosive belt[80]
Deaths28
Injuries
40
VictimsHafiz Qudratullah (Naib emir of JUI-F's Quetta dist.)
Iftikhar Mughal (director staff of the Senate)
Participant1 suicide bomber

On 12 May 2017, a suicide bombing targeted the convoy of the Deputy Chairman of the Senate of Pakistan, Abdul Ghafoor Haideri, a JUI (F) member, on the N-25 National Highway in Mastung District, Balochistan, Pakistan.[81] At least 28 people were killed; 40 others were injured, including the Senator.[82] The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant claimed responsibility for the attack.[83] The attack was an unsuccessful attempt to assassinate Haideri.

Gwadar Labors shooting[edit]

2017 Gawadar labourers shooting
Part of Balochistan conflict
Gwadar is located in Balochistan, Pakistan
Gwadar
Gwadar
Gwadar (Balochistan, Pakistan)
Gwadar is located in Pakistan
Gwadar
Gwadar
Gwadar (Pakistan)
Gwadar
LocationPishgan and Gant, Gwadar, Balochistan, Pakistan
DateMay 13, 2017
TargetSindhi labourers working on CPEC
Attack type
Shooting
WeaponsGuns
Deaths10
VictimsLabourers
AssailantBalochistan Liberation Army (claimed responsibility)
No. of participants
2
MotiveBaloch Nationalism

On May 13, 2017, two militants of the Baloch Liberation Army (BLA) riding on a motorcycle opened fire on group of laborers working in Gwadar, Balochistan, Pakistan. The road where these labourers were working was one of a network of connecting roads that form part of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project.[84] The gunfire resulted in the death of 10 labourers. A spokesman for the BLA claimed responsibility of attack.[85]

June 2017 Pakistan bombings[edit]

June 2017 Pakistan bombings
Part of the War in North-West Pakistan
Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad is located in Pakistan
Quetta
Quetta
Parachinar
Parachinar
Karachi
Karachi
Location of incidents shown in the map of Pakistan.
LocationQuetta, Parachinar and Karachi, Pakistan
Date23 June 2017
TargetLaw enforcement personnel and civilians
Attack type
Suicide car bombing, targeted killing
WeaponsBombs, explosive belt
DeathsQuetta: 14
Parachinar: 78
Karachi: 4
Injuries
Quetta: at least 20
Parachinar: 200+
Karachi: 1
PerpetratorsJamaat-ul-Ahrar
ISIL – Khorasan
Ansar al-Sharia Pakistan
MotiveTerrorism

On 23 June 2017, a series of terrorist attacks took place in Pakistan resulting in 96 dead and over 200 wounded. They included a suicide bombing in Quetta targeting policemen, followed by two blasts at a market in Parachinar, and the targeted killing of four policemen in Karachi.[86][87]

Lahore Bombings[edit]

July 2017 Lahore suicide bombing
Part of War in North-West Pakistan
Ferozepur Road, Lahore is located in Lahore
Ferozepur Road, Lahore
Ferozepur Road, Lahore
Ferozepur Road, Lahore (Lahore)
Ferozepur Road, Lahore is located in Punjab, Pakistan
Ferozepur Road, Lahore
Ferozepur Road, Lahore
Ferozepur Road, Lahore (Punjab, Pakistan)
Ferozepur Road, Lahore is located in Pakistan
Ferozepur Road, Lahore
Ferozepur Road, Lahore
Ferozepur Road, Lahore (Pakistan)
LocationFerozepur Road, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
Date24 July 2017
15:55:34 (PST)
TargetPolice officials
Attack type
Suicide bombing
Deaths26 (+1 bomber)
Injuries
54
VictimsPolicemen and civilians
PerpetratorsTehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (claimed responsibility)[88]
No. of participants
1

On 24 July 2017, a suicide bombing took place in a vegetable market in Lahore, Pakistan. 26 people were killed and 58 others were wounded as a result of the explosion. Security officials believe that the attack targeted policemen, as there were 9 killed and 6 wounded.[89][90] Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan claimed responsibility for the attack.[88]

August 2017 Quetta suicide bombing[edit]

August 2017 Quetta suicide bombing
Part of War in North-West Pakistan
Quetta is located in Balochistan, Pakistan
Quetta
Quetta
Quetta (Balochistan, Pakistan)
Quetta is located in Pakistan
Quetta
Quetta
Quetta (Pakistan)
LocationQuetta, Balochistan, Pakistan
Coordinates30°12′13.17″N 67°0′16.09″E / 30.2036583°N 67.0044694°E / 30.2036583; 67.0044694
Date12 August 2017
TargetPakistan army
Attack type
Suicide bombing
WeaponsExplosive belt, Incendiary device
Deaths15 (+1 bomber)
Injuries
40
Victims8 soldiers and 7 civilians
PerpetratorISIL – Khorasan Province (claimed)
Participant1
MotiveDerailment of Pakistan Independence Day celebration

On 12 August 2017, a suicide bombing took place near a Pakistan army truck in Quetta, Balochistan, Pakistan, leaving 15 people dead including 8 soldiers, while injuring 40 others.[91] The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant – Khorasan Province claimed responsibility for the attack.

2017 Jhal Magsi suicide bombing[edit]

2017 Jhal Magsi suicide bombing
Part of Terrorism in Pakistan
Pakistan - Balochistan - Jhal Magsi.svg
Map of Balochistan with Jhal Magsi district highlighted
LocationFatehpur, Jhal Magsi, Balochistan, Pakistan
Date5 October 2017
TargetPir Rakhel Shah shrine
Attack type
Suicide bombing
Weaponsexplosive vest[92]
Deaths20+[93]
Injuries
30+

On 5 October 2017, a suicide bomber targeted the shrine of Pir Rakhel Shah situated in Fatehpur, a small town in Gandawah tehsil of Jhal Magsi district in Pakistan's southwestern Balochistan province. At least 20 people, including two policemen, were killed and more than 30 others injured in the suicide attack.[92][95][96]

2017 Peshawar police vehicle attack[edit]

2017 Peshawar police vehicle attack
Peshawar is located in Pakistan
Peshawar
Peshawar
Peshawar (Pakistan)
Peshawar is in red color
LocationHayatabad, Peshawar, Pakistan
TargetAshraf Noor (AIG )
Attack type
Suicide attack
Deaths2 (+ 1 attacker)
Injuries
six policemen
VictimsAshraf Noor and his guard Habibullah

On November 24, 2017, a suicide bomber struck the vehicle of AIG Ashraf Noor in Hayatabad, Peshawar while he was travelling to work as a result of which the vehicle caught fire killing Ashraf Noor and his guard.[97][98][99][100][101][102][103][104][105] In the attack eight others police in the AIG's squad were injured as a result of the blast and they were taken to Hayatabad Medical Complex for treatment[105]

2017 Peshawar Agriculture Directorate attack[edit]

2017 Peshawar Agriculture Directorate attack
LocationPeshawar, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan
Coordinates34°02′01″N 71°47′41″E / 34.03361°N 71.79472°E / 34.03361; 71.79472
DateDecember 1, 2017 (2017-12-01)
TargetAgricultural Training Institute, Peshawar
Attack type
Mass murder, school shooting
Deaths9 (+4)[106]
Injuries
35+[107][108]
VictimsUniversity students and Forces
AssailantsTehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan
DefendersPolice, Rangers and Army

On 1 December 2017, 3–4 gunmen arrived at the hostel of Agricultural Training Institute at Agricultural University Peshawar and started firing as a result of which at least 13 people were killed and 35+ were injured. Tehreek-e-Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack.

2017 Quetta church attack[edit]

2017 Quetta church attack
Quetta at night 2.jpg
City of Quetta
LocationQuetta, Balochistan, Pakistan
Date17 December 2017 (2017-12-17)
TargetBethel Memorial Methodist Church
Pakistani Christians
Deaths9 + 2 perpetrators
Injuries
57
PerpetratorsIslamic State of Iraq and the Levant

The 2017 Quetta church attack took place on 17 December 2017 when armed militants and suicide bombers stormed the Bethel Memorial Methodist Church in the western Pakistani city of Quetta, killing nine people and injuring dozens more. The attack was perpetrated by the Islamic State, who claimed responsibility through its Amaq media outlet.

2018 Major terror attacks[edit]

2018 Peshawar suicide bombing[edit]

2018 Peshawar suicide bombing
Part of Insurgency in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Yaka Toot is located in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Yaka Toot
Yaka Toot
Yaka Toot (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa)
Yaka Toot is located in Pakistan
Yaka Toot
Yaka Toot
Yaka Toot (Pakistan)
LocationYaka Toot, Peshawar, KPK, Pakistan
Coordinates34°00′21″N 71°34′39″E / 34.00583°N 71.57750°E / 34.00583; 71.57750
Date10 July 2018 (PST)
TargetHaroon Bilour
Attack type
Suicide bombing
WeaponsExplosive belt
Deaths22
Injuries
75
PerpetratorsTehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan
No. of participants
1

On 10 July 2018, a suicide bombing occurred at the Awami National Party's workers rally in Yaka Toot area of Peshawar, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. Haroon Bilour, ANP's candidate for PK-78 and prime target of the attack, was killed as a result of the bombing. The attack left 22 people dead and wounded 75 others. Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan claimed responsibility for the attack.

2018 Mastung and Bannu bombings[edit]

2018 Mastung and Bannu bombings
Part of War in North-West Pakistan
Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad is located in Pakistan
Mastung
Mastung
Bannu
Bannu
Location of incidents shown in the map of Pakistan
Location
Coordinates29°24′31″N 67°11′22″E / 29.4087°N 67.1894°E / 29.4087; 67.1894
Date13 July 2018
TargetNawabzada Siraj Raisani (Mastung)
Akram Khan Durrani (Bannu)
Attack type
Suicide bombing, IED
WeaponsExplosive belt, IED
Deaths154 total
Mastung: 149
Bannu: 5
Injuries
223 total
Mastung: 186
Bannu: 37
PerpetratorsMastung: Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant
Bannu: Ittehad-ul-Mujahideen
AssailantsMastung: Abu Bakar al-Pakistani (as per ISIL)
Hafiz Nawaz (as per LEAs)
ParticipantMastung: 1 suicide bomber
MotiveDerailment of 2018 Pakistani general election

On 13 July 2018, ahead of the Pakistan's general election, two bombings took place at election rallies in Bannu and Mastung.

In Bannu, a remotely exploded bomb planted in a motorcycle left 5 people dead and 37 others wounded in an unsuccessful attempt to assassinate former Khyber Pakhtunkhwa chief minister Akram Khan Durrani. Ittehad-ul-Mujahideen, an extremist organization, claimed responsibility for the attack.

In Mastung, a suicide bomber blew himself up during a rally for the Balochistan Awami Party's Siraj Raisani, the brother of former Balochistan chief minister Aslam Raisani. One of the deadliest terrorist attacks in Pakistani history, it killed 149 people and wounded 186 others. Siraj was taken to hospital in critical condition and died of injuries. The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) claimed responsibility for the event and named the suicide bomber as Abu Bakar al-Pakistani, though authorities identified him as Hafeez Nawaz of Abbottabad.[109]

2018 Kulachi suicide bombing[edit]

2018 Kulachi suicide bombing
Part of War in North-West Pakistan
Kulachi is located in Dera Ismail Khan
Kulachi
Kulachi
Kulachi (Dera Ismail Khan)
Kulachi is located in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Kulachi
Kulachi
Kulachi (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa)
Kulachi is located in Pakistan
Kulachi
Kulachi
Kulachi (Pakistan)
LocationKulachi, Dera Ismail Khan District, KPK, Pakistan
Coordinates31°55′58.18″N 70°27′39.75″E / 31.9328278°N 70.4610417°E / 31.9328278; 70.4610417
Date22 July 2018 (PST)
TargetIkramullah Khan Gandapur
Attack type
Suicide bombing
WeaponsExplosive belt
Deaths3 (excluding suicide bomber)
Injuries
3
PerpetratorsTehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (claimed)
No. of participants
1 (suicide bomber)
MotiveRevenge of colleague militants of TTP

On 22 July 2018, 3 days before general elections, a suicide bomber blew himself near the vehicle of former KPK provincial minister of Agriculture Ikramullah Khan Gandapur in Kulachi, Dera Ismail Khan District, Pakistan. The prime target of attack, Gandapur was brought to Dera Ismail Khan in critical condition where he succumbed to his wounds. Apart from Gandapur, his driver and one of his guards was also killed and three more people were injured. Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) claimed responsibility for the assault describing Gandapur's killing of their colleague militants as the motive. The attack was widely condemned across Pakistan.

2018 Quetta suicide bombing[edit]

2018 Quetta suicide bombing
Part of War in North-West Pakistan
Quetta is located in Balochistan, Pakistan
Quetta
Quetta
Quetta (Balochistan, Pakistan)
Quetta is located in Pakistan
Quetta
Quetta
Quetta (Pakistan)
LocationQuetta, Balochistan, Pakistan
Date25 July 2018 (PST)
Attack type
Suicide bombing
Deaths31
Injuries
40
PerpetratorsIslamic State of Iraq and the Levant
Participant1 suicide bomber
MotiveDerailment of 2018 Pakistani general election

On 25 July 2018, during polling for the 2018 Pakistani general election, a bomb blast outside a polling station in Quetta's Eastern Bypass area resulted in 31 people being killed and over 35 injured.[110][111][112] Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant claimed responsibility for the attack, according to the group’s Amaq News Agency.

2019 Major terror Attacks[edit]

January 2019 Loralai attack[edit]

2019 Loralai attack took place on January 29, 2019 in Loralai, Pakistan. 9 people including 8 policemen and a civilian were killed while 22 others were injured when gunmen and suicide bombers attacked a Deputy Inspector General's (DIG) office. The Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan claimed responsibility for the attack.[113][114][115]

February 2019 Balochistan attacks[edit]

February 2019 Balochistan attack
Part of the insurgency in Balochistan
LocationBalochistan, Pakistan
Date16 February 2019 (2019-02-16)
PST (UTC+05:00)
TargetSoldiers of Pakistan Army
Attack type
Shooting
Deaths9 FC personnel[116]
Injuries
11
PerpetratorsBaloch Raji Ajoi Sangar

On 16 February 2019, armed men killed two Frontier Corps in Loralai.[117] On 17 February 2019, two security personnel of the Frontier Corps were killed in the Gardab area of Panjgur district.[118] The attack was carried out by the Baloch Raji Ajoi Sangar (BRAS), an alliance of three Balochi separatist organizations, the Baloch Liberation Army, Balochistan Liberation Front and Baloch Republican Guard.[119][120] Some sources claimed that around nine military personnel were killed and eleven personnel were injured in the suicide attack,[121] while others said four individuals were killed in Panjgur while other two were killed in Loralai.[122][123][124]

2019 Hazarganji blast[edit]

2019 Hazarganji blast
Part of the Insurgency in Balochistan
Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad is located in Pakistan
Quetta
Quetta
Location of incidents shown in the map of Pakistan.
LocationQuetta, Pakistan
Date12 April 2019
TargetHazara People
Attack type
Suicide
WeaponsBomb
Deaths20
Injuries
48+
PerpetratorsLashkar-e-Jhangvi
MotiveTerrorism Sectarian violence in Pakistan

On 12 April 2019, a bomb exploded at an open market in Quetta, Pakistan. The attack reportedly left 20 dead.[125][126] The bombing took place near an area where many minority Shiite Muslims live. At least nine Shiites were among the dead, one paramilitary soldier and other people were also killed in the bombing. PM Imran Khan condoled the lives lost, directed the authorities to ensure the best medical treatment for the injured and order to increase the security of Shiites and Hazara People.[127][128] Lashkar-e-Jhangvi accepted the responsibility for the attack, stated "their target were Hazara people."[129]

2019 Makran Massacre[edit]

2019 Makran Massacre
Part of the Insurgency in Balochistan
Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad is located in Pakistan
Makran
Makran
Location of incidents shown in the map of Pakistan.
LocationMakran, Pakistan
Date18 April 2019
TargetSoldiers, Locals
Attack type
Shooting
WeaponsGun
Deaths14
Injuries
unknown
PerpetratorsBaloch Separatists
MotiveTerrorism, Sectarian violence in Pakistan

On April 18, 2019, gunmen shot several passengers travelling from Karachi to Gwadar. An estimated 15 to 20 armed militants stopped around five or six buses between 12:30am and 1am on a Makran Coastal Road. After the buses halted the gunmen then inspected the identity papers of the passengers and had about 16 of them disembark. At least 14 were shot dead, while two passengers managed to escape from the gunmen and travelled to the closest Balochistan Levies checkpost. They were later transported to Ormara Hospital for treatment. Law enforcement and Levies personnel arrived at the scene shortly afterward and commenced an investigation into the attack. The victims bodies were taken from the Noor Baksh Hotel. The Baloch Raaji Aajoi Sangar (BRAS) ,An alliance of ethnic Baloch separatist armed groups has taken responsibility for the massacre in an email statement. "... those who were targeted carried [identification] cards of the Pakistan Navy and Coast Guards, and they were only killed after they were identified." Raaji Aajoi Sangar, the spokesperson for the Baloch, said in the statement.[130][131]

2019 Lahore bombing[edit]

2019 Lahore bombing
Date8 May 2019
Deaths13
Injuries
24
PerpetratorsJamaat-ul-Ahrar
MotiveTerrorism
Sectarian violence in Pakistan

2019 Lahore bombing was a suicide bomb attack on 8 May 2019 outside Data Darbar in Lahore, Pakistan killed at least 13 people[132] including five policemen[133] and injured at least 24.[134][135][136][137][138][139][140][141] CCTV footage of the blast showed the bomber targeted a Elite Police mobile parked outside the shrine.[142] Hizbul Ahrar - a splinter group of Jamaat-ul-Ahrar and Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan- had claimed responsibility for the attack.

2017 timeline[edit]

February 2017 timeline[143][edit]

  • 1 February – Three security personnel and six civilians were injured on Tuesday when a roadside blast targeted a Frontier Corps convoy in Charsadda.
  • 6 February – At least two policemen were injured in a militant attack at Thana Mandan police station in Bannu
  • 7 February – Four people including two security men were injured in an explosion on Tuesday near a Levies check post in Chaman, a border town adjacent to Afghanistan.
  • 10 February – Five students were injured in a roadside bomb blast in Arang area of Bajaur Agency.
  • 10 February – At least one child was killed and four others injured when an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) went off at Arang area.
  • 12 February – Samaa TV Journalist Taimoor Khan killed in an incident. Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan claimed the responsibility.[144]
  • 12 February – Five security personnel were injured in a roadside bomb blast in Bajaur Agency's Mamond tehsil
  • 12 February – 3 FC Personnel killed in South Waziristan IED Explosion.[145]
  • 13 February – A blast outside the provincial assembly in Lahore killed at least 14 people and injured more than 87 others.[146]
  • 13 February – Two killed in Quetta IED blast.[147]
  • 15 February – At least two people killed and seven others injured in a suicide blast in Peshawar's Hyatabad area.[148]
  • 15 February – 5 People including 3 Levies personnel killed and Eight others were injured in a suicide attack in Mohmand Agency.[149]
  • 15 February – Intelligence agency man shot dead in Nowshera firing.[150]
  • 16 February – Three soldiers martyred, two injured in an IED explosion in Awaran.[151]
  • 16 February – Attack on police vehicle kills Five three were also injured.[152]
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  • 17 February Three Frontier Corps personnel were injured after militants from Afghanistan attacked a Pakistani border check post in Khyber Agency. The ISPR reported that some militants were killed during the exchange.[153]
  • 19 February A cracker blast reported in Hyderabad's Naya pul leaving 15 passerby wounded.[154]
  • 20 February Five hurt in Nadra firing incident in Quetta.
  • 21 February Three suicide bombers targeted a sessions court in Tangi, Charsadda District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, killing 6 people and injuring more than 20 others.[47]
  • 21 February At least two people died while another was injured in a landmine blast in Dera Bughti.
  • 23 February 2017 At least 45 suspects were arrested in Rawalpindi and Islamabad. Joint operations were conducted in Westridge, Dhoke Hassu and Bakery Chowk area of Cantt.[155] The Frontier Corps (FC) and intelligence agencies foiled a major terror plot near Loralai, Balochistan. The security forces recovered 23 Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) during the joint targeted operation.[156]
  • 26 February 2017 The apex committee of Punjab decided to expedite ongoing operation against terrorists across the province.[157] The ISPR said that at least four terrorists were killed and more than 600 suspects detained in over 200 raids conducted by the Rangers across Punjab.[158] The raids were conducted in various parts of Punjab, including Karor, Layyah and Rawalpindi.[159]

March 2017 timeline[160][edit]

  • 6 March Five soldiers of Pakistan army and 10 militants were killed in a cross border attack at three border checkpoints in Mohmand Agency.[161]
  • 17 March At least three Pakistani soldiers and eight Taliban militants were killed when insurgents launched cross-border attacks on military training facilities in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province.[162]

April 2017 timeline[163][edit]

  • 14 April 4 Rangers personnel martyred and 3 were injured and Rangers kill 10 TTP militants in operation near DG khan.[164][165]
  • 20 April Eight suspected TTP militants were killed by CTD in an intelligence based operation (IBO) in Sheikhupura.[166]
  • 20 April Five terrorists were killed and 11 apprehended during search and intelligence-based operations (IBO) carried out in different parts of the country during the last 24 hours.[167]
  • 25 April - 14, including six children, killed and 9, including 4 Khasadar officials, injured in a roadside blast in Kurram Agency.[168]

June 2017 timeline[169][edit]

  • 23 June - 14 people ─ including seven policeman ─ lost their lives, while 19 others were injured in a suicide blast that shook Shuhada Chowk in Quetta's Gulistan Road area on Friday morning.[170]

July 2017 timeline[171][edit]

October 2017 timeline[173][edit]

  • 18 October - At least eight people, including seven policemen, were killed and 24 others injured in an explosion targeting a truck carrying police officials in the Sariab Mill area of Quetta.[174]

November 2017 timeline[175][edit]

  • 9 November - A senior police officer was among three suspected militants involved in ISI Clandestine activities who died in a suicide attack on Quetta the provincial capital of Balochistan.[176]

December 2017 timeline[177][edit]

  • 3 December 11 BRA militants held in Balochistan raids.
  • 8 December Surrender of 300 militants in Quetta along with 17 commanders.

Summary of 2017[edit]

At the end of 2017, 463 civilians, 215 soldiers and 591 terrorists were killed in 295 incidents. 906 terrorists were arrested in 179 incidents and 924 terrorists surrendered in 12 incidents[178][12][11]

2018 timeline[edit]

January 2018 timeline[179][edit]

  • 15 January - Security personnel were killed when their vehicle was ambushed in Balochistan.[180]
  • 16 January - Gunmen killed a police constable in Quetta.[181][182]
  • 16 January - A suicide bomber on a motorcycle in Karachi, aided by gunmen, targeted a senior officer known for leading raids on militant hideouts. The officer survived, and his guards killed two of the gunmen.[183]
  • 18 January - Gunmen killed a mother and daughter working on polio vaccination in Quetta.[184]
  • 30 January - A bomb explosion in the Upper Kurram Agency killed multiple members of the same family.[185]

February 2018 timeline[186][edit]

  • 2 February - A suicide bomber injured two guards.[187]
  • 3 February - Eleven soldiers of the Pakistan Army were killed from a suicide attack near a military camp in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa.[188]
  • 5 February - Multiple casualties from a bomb that targeted a pro-government leader in Panjgur.[189]
  • 5 February - Gunmen attacked two Chinese nationals in Karachi.[190][191]
  • 5 February - Multiple casualties when a vehicle was attacked in North Waziristan.[192][193]
  • 7 February - Multiple casualties from a remote-controlled explosion in Bajaur Agency.[194][195]
  • 14 February - Tehrik-i-Taliban gunmen killed paramilitary soldiers in Quetta.[196]
  • 16 February - A leading tribal elder and chief of a local peace committee was killed by a bomb in Bajaur Agency.[197]
  • 21 February - A police checkpoint in Peshawar was attacked by people with hand grenades.[198]
  • 23 February - The car of a senior government official on Peshawar's Ring Road was targeted with a bomb.[199]
  • 28 February - Paramilitary soldiers were killed in a suicide bombing outside Quetta. Elsewhere in Quetta, gunmen killed two guards in a senior police officer's convoy.[200][201]

March 2018 timeline[202][edit]

  • 8 March - Two people were shot in Quetta.[203][204]
  • 14 March - Multiple casualties in a suicide bombing at a police checkpoint outside Lahore.[205][206][207]
  • 17 March - Terrorists killed polio workers and a paramilitary Frontier Corps soldier in Mohmand Agency.[208][209]
  • 24 March - A hand grenade thrown at a spring festival in Dera Ismail Khan injured dozens of people.[210][211]
  • 30 March - An IED killed policemen in the district police officer's convoy in Dera Ismail Khan.[212][213]
  • 31 March - Gunfire during an operation in Balochistan resulted in the death of one soldier and one terrorist.[214][215]

April 2018 timeline[216][edit]

  • 1 April - Gunmen attacked a vehicle in Quetta, killing a member of the Shia Hazara community.[217]
  • 9 April - A suicide bomber injured multiple people near a Balochistan Frontier Corps vehicle in Quetta.[218][219]
  • 15 April - Christians were shot and killed outside a church in Quetta.[220]
  • 18 April - A shopkeeper in the Shia Hazara community was shot and killed in Quetta.[221]
  • 22 April - Gunmen on a motorcycle killed Shiites outside Quetta.[222]
  • 24 April - Three suicide bombings killed multiple policemen in Quetta.[223][224]
  • 26 April - Multiple people were killed by a hand grenade attack at a wedding in North Waziristan.[225][226]
  • 28 April - Two shopkeepers in the Hazara community were shot and killed in Quetta.[227][228]

May 2018 timeline[229][edit]

  • 2 May - A roadside bomb exploded in Safi Tehsil.[230]
  • 3 May - A bomb injured three security personnel in Jani Khel.[231]
  • 3 May - A vehicle carrying civilian employees of an atomic agency PAEC was attacked in Attock. There were multiple casualties.[232][233]
  • 4 May - Six labourers of Punjabi descent were shot dead in Balochistan.[234][233]
  • 6 May - Ahsan Iqbal, Interior Minister, was shot in the shoulder while getting out of his car to attend a political meeting in Punjab province.[235]
  • 11 May - A bomb targeted a police patrol at a bus stop in Bannu.[236]
  • 14 May - A Shiite religious scholar was shot by Lashkar-e-Jhangvi terrorists in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.[237]
  • 27 May - Two Policemen and two militants were killed when unidentified militants opened fire on Policemen at Sarki Road in Quetta, Balochistan.[238]

July 2018 timeline[239][edit]

  • 13 July - 5 citizens were killed and 10 were injured after a planted bomb exploded near the car of JUI-F candidate Akram Khan Durrani in Bannu.[240]
  • 24 July - At least three security personnel and a civilian were killed while 13 others sustained injuries after a military convoy on election duty came under attack in Turbat.[241]

August 2018 timeline[242][edit]

  • 4 August - A government girls' school was torched in the Darel tehsil of the Diamer District in Gilgit-Baltistan in Pakistan. In another incident, one policeman was killed and another wounded in a gun battle in the Tangir tehsil of the same district. A militant was also killed in the incident.
  • 11 August - A suicide bomber of Balochistan Liberation Army targeted a bus with Chinese engineers in Dalbandin left 6 injured.
  • 23 August -One security personnel was killed and an additional 3 were injured in a bomb blast in North Waziristan[243]

September 2018 timeline[244][edit]

  • 14 September - At least three levies personnel died in a motorcycle bomb blast and another two were injured on the northern by-pass in the Pishin district of Balochistan. Hizbul Ahrar claimed responsibility.
  • 25 September - An IED blast in North Waziristan left a soldier dead and another injured. The Jihadi group Hizbul Ahrar claimed responsibility and claimed killing 1 and injuring 4.
  • 30 September - A IED went off in the Upper Dir District of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan resulting in the death of Pakistani soldier as well as the injury of another one, no group has claimed responsibility yet for this attack.

October 2018 timeline[245][edit]

  • 2 October - Terrorists opened fire and bombed a convoy killing 3 Pakistani Security personnel and injuring 8 more at the Awaran District of Balochistan, Pakistan. No group has claimed responsibility although Terrorist groups have done similar attacks in that area in the past.
  • 8 October - A shooting attack left a policeman dead in Karachi,Pakistan the Hizbul-Ahrar militant group claimed responsibility and claimed injuring 3 policemen more.[246]
  • 11 October - A roadside bomb targeted a vehicle belonging to the Pakistani Army in the Ladha Subdivision of South Waziristan Pakistan, resulted in the deaths of three soldiers and five wounded, the Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan claimed responsibility for the attack.

Summary of 2018[edit]

At the end of 2018, 368 civilians, 163 soldiers and 166 terrorists were killed in 163 incidents. 207 terrorists were arrested in 65 incidents and 301 terrorists surrendered in 4 incidents.[178][12][11]

2019 timeline[edit]

  • Timeline of incidents on soldiers and civilians, total result of incidents on terrorists.

January 2019 timeline[247][edit]

  • January 1 – Four Frontier Corp were killed in Loralai, Balochistan.
  • January 4 – One terrorist was killed in KPK.
  • January 5 - 6 civilians were injured in bomb blast in Peshawar.
  • January 6 - 10 people were injured in blast in Balochistan.
  • January 6 - 2 soldiers were killed in Balochistan.
  • January 16 - 4 terrorists were killed in KPK.
  • January 23 - One person was killed in suicide blast.
  • January 29 - 2019 Loralai attack
  • Total of 16 terrorists were arrested and 15 were killed.[248][249]

February 2019 timeline[250][edit]

  • February 6 - 28 Missing people made to their homes.
  • February 12 - One cop was killed in Sindh.
  • February 12 - Four cops were killed in KPK.
  • February 13 - One civilian was killed in KPK.
  • February 13 - 3 Civilians were killed.
  • February 15 - 2 civilians were killed in karachi.
  • February 16 - 2 Soldiers were killed in Balochistan.
  • February 17 - 4 soldiers were killed in Balochistan
  • February 19 - 2 soldiers were injured in blast in Balochistan.
  • February 24 - 1 civilian was killed in blast in Balochistan.
  • Total of 224 terrorists were arrested and 3 were killed.[250][249]

March 2019 timeline[251][edit]

  • March 3 - One cop was killed in Sindh.
  • March 4 - 5 civilians were injured in blast in Balochistan.
  • March 7 - 44 terrorists surrendered in Balochistan.
  • March 8 - 4 soldiers were killed in Balochistan.
  • March 14 - One person was killed in KPK.
  • March 14 - 2 civilians were killed in Balochistan.
  • March 17 - 5 Civilians were killed in Balochistan.
  • March 18 - 3 people were injured in blast in KPK.
  • March 21 - 6 soldiers were killed in Balochistan.
  • March 24 - 2 civilians were injured in KPK.
  • March 24 - 3 civilians were killed in Balochistan.
  • March 29 - One person was killed in KPK
  • Total of 168 terrorists were arrested, 4 were killed and 44 surrendered.[251][249]

April 2019 timeline[252][edit]

  • April 4 - 50 terrorists surrendered in Balochistan.
  • April 8 - 28,000 personals belonging to both Levies and Khasadar forces merged into Police forces
  • April 9 - One civilian was killed in KPK.
  • April 9 - Three terrorists were arrested in Punjab.
  • April 9 - One big terrorist was arrested in Peshwar, KPK.
  • April 12 - 2019 Quetta attack: 22 people and one suicide bomber were killed in Hazarganji, Quetta.
  • April 12 - two civilians were killed Chaman.
  • April 14 - 7 suspects arrested in case of plotting a bomb on railway track, which was defused, in thatta, Sindh.[253][254]
  • April 14 - One civilian was killed, accused arrested in Peshawar Khyber.
  • April 14 - One child was killed by picking up grenade in thinking of toy in Karak District, Khyber.
  • April 14 - 17 terrorists arrested in search operation in different parts of Karachi, Sindh.[255][256]
  • April 16 - 11 including one policeman arrested for facilitating the terrorists in different parts of Karachi.[257][258]
  • April 16 - 5 terrorists and one policeman were killed in an operation in Peshawar, KPK.
  • April 18 - 2019 Makran Massacre: 14 people including two soldiers were killed on Makran Coastal highway.
  • April 19 - Sindh rangers arrested 16 suspected terrorists in Karachi.
  • April 19 - The Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) arrested two terrorists in KPK.
  • April 24 - A Special Police force officer escorting polio team shot dead KPK.
  • April 25 - A female polio worker shot dead in Balochistan.
  • April 26 - Rangers arrested four terrorists in Bahawalpur.
  • April 27 - Three soldiers were killed and two injured in a blast in KPK.
  • April 29 - Two soldiers killed and one injured in separate attacks in KPK.

May 2019 timeline[259][edit]

  • May 1 - One journalist was killed in KPK.
  • May 1 - One Jundallah terrorist was arrested in Karachi.
  • May 1 - Three soldiers were killed and seven other injured in separate attacks on Pak-Afghan Border.
  • May 2 - Police arrested two terrorists in KPK.
  • May 4 - A polio worker was shot dead in KPK.
  • May 5 - One police officer was killed in Faisalabad.
  • May 6 - One soldier was killed and three other injured in a attack on Pak-Afghan Border.
  • May 8 - One terrorist was arrested in Peshawar.
  • May 8 - Three people were killed in a blast in KPK.
  • May 8 - 2019 Lahore bombing: 13 people including 8 police officers were killed in a blast in Lahore.
  • May 9 - Five people including three soldiers were killed in Balochistan.
  • May 9 - Five suspects were arrested in Lahore.
  • May 9 - Two terrorists were killed in KPK.
  • May 11 - Five people including one soldier and three terrorists were killed in Gwadar clash in Balochistan.
  • May 13 - Four policemen were killed in Balochistan.
  • May 15 - Three labourers were killed in a attack in Balochistan.
  • May 16 - Nine terrorists were killed in Balochistan.
  • May 17 - One terrorist was killed in Sindh.
  • May 17 - Three terrorists were killed in Balochistan.
  • May 19 - One terrorist was arrested in Karachi.
  • May 19 - One terrorist was killed in KPK.
  • May 20 - One terrorist was arrested in Lahore.
  • May 20 - Two terrorists were arrested in Karachi.
  • May 23 - Two terrorists were killed in KPK.
  • May 23 - Two terrorists sentenced two death in case of killing Lawyer in 2011.
  • May 24 - Four worshipers were killed and 28 wounded in bomb blast in Mosque in Quetta.
  • May 24 - One worshiper was killed in Karachi.

June 2019 timeline[edit]

July 2019 timeline[edit]

August 2019 timeline[edit]

September 2019 timeline[edit]

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