[Pakistan’ latest anti-terrorist offensive has to be rated as a rousing success, in that they have obviously evicted most of their own homegrown terrorist menace by ejecting them into Afghanistan. In Afghanistan, many of them have been swooped-up and hired as the new emissaries of ISIS. First the dejected, rag-tag forces of Pakistani Taliban (TTP), under the command of mad-dog mullah Fazlullah declared themselves as “ISIS,” soon to be followed by Uzbek terrorists, IMU (SEE: Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan declares it is now part of ISIS group), with unsubstantiated reports linking ISIS to Mullah Mansour Dadullah (brother of Taliban legend Mullah Dadullah), despite Mullah Mansour’s protests. Recent gun battles between Dadullah and Pakistani-selected Taliban leader Akhtar Mansour have been reported in certain quarters as a battle between Taliban and ISIS, even though it was all within the Afghan Taliban. Akhtar Mansour allegedly died in that gunfight.)
At least 11 members of Jundullah insurgent network were arrested in a military operation in northern Kunduz province, the National Directorate of Security (NDS) said in a statement on Wednesday.
The statement said that the insurgents were captured in a military operation in Dar-e-Sof village of Khan Abad district of Kunduz while they were collecting Zakat (almsgiving) from the people.
During the operation the forces also discovered a number of military uniforms as well as small and heavy weapons.
However, the statement did not provide more details about the operation.