The National Directorate of Security (NDS) special forces, have led an operation to arrest Aslam Farooqi, the leader of the Khorasan branch of Islamic State group.
Ahmad, a 26-year-old NDS commander, said he and his subordinates originally intended to arrest an explosives and weapons supplier named Shah Wali who was active in Kandahar, but Ahmad said his (Shah Wali’s) arrest opened the way for further successive operations in Kandahar.
“Our operation lasted six days and nights, and we carried out twelve operations and we carried them slowly because they (enemies) had moved to civilian areas,” added Ahmad.
Ahmad said that during their second operation in Kandahar, he and his associates found that they were closer to Aslam Farooqi, the leader of the Khorasan branch of Daesh, than ever before, and that they would reach him if they proceeded cautiously.
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“An operation was carried out in four or five parts of the city (in one of the southern provinces), and Aslam Farooqi was in one of the districts when we arrested him,” Ahmad added.
Abdullah Orakzai, also known as Aslam Farooqi, was a resident of Akhondzadagan village of Orakzai agency, which is located in the tribal areas of Pakistan.
In addition to leading the Khorasan branch of Daesh, Farooqi also carried out responsibilities such as recruiting Daesh in Pakistan and running international communications for the Khorasan branch of Daesh.