The local government of South Waziristan has imposed a curfew in Wana as the security forces have launched a search operation in the city.
The operation has been launched to hunt for the terrorists involved in February 15 attack on security personnel’s vehicle near the Wana Bypass Road.
Meanwhile, the officials of the Pakistan Army have cordoned off the area, while the main market and other shops have been shut down.
According to the media sources, the entry and exit points of the town have been closed. Whereas, no information has so far been made public about when the curfew will be lifted.
About two weeks ago, the soldiers identified as Lance Naik Imran Ali, Sepoy Atif Jehangir, Sepoy Aneesur Rehman, and Sepoy Aziz were martyred during exchange of fire with terrorists in South Waziristan. Four terrorists were also shot dead in this incident.