Al Qaeda has been dismantled, claims Pak’s ISPR

Islamabad: Pakistan’s military has claimed that the Al Qaeda has been dismantled.

Addressing a press conference on Wednesday the Pakistan military spokesperson Major General Asif Ghafoor said, “If Pakistan had not dismantled Al Qaeda, this (terror) threat would have reached India”.

Major general Ghafoor also mentioned about the border cooperation between India and Pakistan while saying, ” He said Pakistan-India border cooperation has improved ever since Army chief’s visit to Tehran”.

He expressed pride over the nation’s Intelligence agencies to help busting seven major terror networks.

“Intelligence agencies in Pakistan are first in a line of defence. They have identified the threats. Seven major terror networks have been busted” Major General Ghafoor said.

He mentioned the names of the terror groups including TTS Lahore, TTP Swabi chapter, TTS Dir Chapter, Ansur Ur Sharia Karachi , JuA Kurram Chapter and Inteqam E while saying that he would interact to the members of these groups post their detention.

He made a mention of Islamic Military Counter Terrorism Coalition ( IMCTC) of which Pakistan is a part of while assuring that the country will not be part of any terror activity. (ANI)