| GEO Pakistan|
| SWA: security forces kill 180 terrorists|
| Updated at: 1324 PST, Tuesday, November 17, 2009|
WANA: Pakistan Army has taken full control of Sararogha amid ongoing operation in Southern Waziristan killing a large number of Uzbek militants there Tuesday.
During a press briefing in recently cleared area Pak Army Brigade Commander in Sararogha Brigadier Shafiq told newsmen that 70 landmines and 21 suicide-blast-jackets have been seized here.
‘Pak Army took control of Sararogha after five days of operations.’
A large number of Uzbek and Arab militants were present in the area and several of them were killed in the ongoing operation, Brigadier Shafiq said.
‘Forces have reached in Janata village, while rest of the area will be cleared within six to seven days.’
Seven soldiers embraced shahadat and 14 others sustained injuries, whereas 180 militants were killed in Sararogha, Shafiq added.