Unmanned aircraft strikes US on Monday evening destroyed a militant training camp in Pakistan’s tribal region bordering Afghanistan, killed 12 Taliban guerrillas, said a number of officials. The plane fired two missiles, which destroyed a building in the area of Shakai, South Waziristan tribal region, Pakistani officials said. According to them, the Taliban guerrillas using the building as a place of training. “An unmanned US aircraft fired two missiles. Training camp was completely destroyed, 12 militants were killed, “said a security official in Peshawar told AFP.
A security official in Wana, the main town in South Waziristan that is famous as the headquarters of the guerrillas, confirmed the attack and the number of victims. Unmanned aircraft launched a dozen attacks AS reported in the Pakistani tribal region since the US commandos killed Al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden in a covert operation in the city of Abbottabad, Pakistan, on 2 May. U.S. RAID on Osama’s have made ashamed and upset the Pakistani military and adding to the tension between the two countries. U.S. Urges Islamabad put an end to the attacks, while unmanned planes Washington demanded Pakistan take decisive action to quell the terror network.
Anti-US sentiment in Pakistan, and the war against militancy practiced AS unpopular in Pakistan because of the perception that many civilians were killed by the unmanned aircraft aimed at militants along the border with Afghanistan and residents feel that it is a violation of the sovereignty of Pakistan. The US missile attacks on 2010 doubling in Pakistan’s tribal region, and more than 670 people have died in around 100 attacks throughout the year. In 2009, 45 such attacks have killed 420 people, according to an AFP count. U.s. officials waged war with unmanned aircraft to the Commander of the Taliban and Al-Qaida in the area of the Northwest, where militants hiding in the mountainous areas that are outside the direct control of the Government of Pakistan.
The United States, the border that used groups of militants as a place to do the training, the preparation of forces and launch attacks on coalition forces in Afghanistan the US refer to the area tribesmen. Pakistan as the global headquarters of Al-Qaida and one of the most dangerous place on Earth. US officials say, unmanned aircraft is a very effective weapon to attack militant groups. However, civilian casualties are falling in the attacks that have angered the population of Pakistan. Pakistan gets international pressure is increasing to quell militant groups in the Northwest Territories and tribal zone in the middle of the increasing attacks cross-border guerrillas against the international forces in Afghanistan.
A Pakistani tribal area of Bajaur, especially since the violence-ravaged hundreds of Taliban and Al-Qaida guerrillas fled to the region after the US-led invasion in late 2001 to topple the Taliban Government in Afghanistan. Pakistani troops launched air and ground offensive to the South Waziristan tribal region on October 17, 2009, to deploy 30,000 troops assisted jet fighter and helicopter gunfire. Despite going on the resistance in South Waziristan, many officials and analysts believe that most of the Taliban guerrillas had fled into adjacent areas of North Waziristan and Orakzai. North Waziristan Taliban, militant strongholds is associated with Al-Qaeda and Haqqani network, which is notorious for attacking u.s. forces and NATO in Afghanistan, and the U.S. made the area as the target of the missile attack on unmanned aircraft.