Karachi (Agencies): A high-profile terrorist Zar Wali, who was associated with outlawed Laskar-e-Islam (LeI) and went by the alias Chamto was involved in attacks on Pakistani security forces, was killed in Afghanistan late Tuesday.
According to Afghan security forces, Zar Wali was killed in a raid in Naziyan area of Nangarhar province.
Security sources claimed that Zar Wali was involved in the killing of four army personnel, including Lieutenant Arsalan Alam, in Khyber Agency.
The 22-year-old officer embraced martyrdom, along with three soldiers, in a cross-border terrorist attack in the agency's Rajgal valley on Sept. 23.
Terrorists had fired on the newly-established Pakistani border post in Rajgal, martyring Lieutenant Arsalan, who was commanding the post when he got hit, the Inter-Services Public Relations had said in a statement.