AFP And BIFF Intensify Exchange Of Gunfire As 14 members Of The BIFF Were Killed

Allegedly the Armed Forces of the Philippines has finally trap the fleeing members of Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters so the only option they have  is to surrender or take there chance and fight in the government troops .

AFP camp announced that at least 14 members of the BIFF were killed in an all-out military offensive conducted in Maguindanao to hunt down terrorist Basit Usman , which is sheltered by the BIFF .

In a separate report , there are four members of the BIFF is captured.

n this regard , Major General Edmundo Pangilinan , commander of the 6th Infantry Division , also visited  the soldiers wounded in the offensive , including three needs surgery .

According to the report , large fundamentally different from the latest military conducted airstrikes against BIFF compared to the previous two airstrikes .

In earlier airstrike last week allegedly immediately stopped the shooting because members BIFF flee and escape this Friday the exchange of gunfire intensify on both sides after performing an airstike by the government soldiers .

And because the BIFF group are finally cornered , there were no longer made the armed groups not to fight with the soldiers to find a way to slip through military force .

The latest information reported that the 6th Infantry Division of the Philippine Army , 13 soldiers were wounded in the offensive , three of them need surgery because of sustained gunshot wounds and shrapnel .

Minor injuries were also acquired by other wounded soldiers which visited by General Pangilinan said Saturday morning .

Meanwhile , an estimated 80,000 people who allegedly displaced in Maguindanao and Cotabato result of ongoing military operations against the BIFF .

Data from the National Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council , said with the number of displaced are affected by "rido " or clan war in the town of Pagalungan on February 9 .

The affected civilian consists of 16,111 families or 80,555 people from 59 villages in the province of Cotabato and Maguindanao .
source: GMA


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