ISLAMABAD Security forces have killed 13 more terrorists including six Uzbeks in the ongoing operation Rah-e-Nejat in South Waziristan Agency bringing the overall number of insurgents killed to 142 since the offensive launched on October 17. An ISPR release issued here on Friday said that on Jandola-Sararogha axis, security forces after intense engagement have fully secured important feature of Shishamwam. This important height is behind Kotkai village thereby seizing Kotkai village from the east. During engagements, seven terrorists were killed while one soldier embraced martyrdom and two were injured. Security forces also recovered one Vickers machinegun, one rocket launcher along with three rockets, two kalashnikovs along with 300 rounds, one sniper rifle, one hand grenade, two Mukhabra communication sets and books in Uzbek language. On Shakai-Ladha axis, the security forces after securing Sherwangi and surrounding heights have advanced further and secured Chalwasti village on main Shakai-Kaniguram-Ladha axis. Troops are in the process of securing heights along the axis. Terrorists are on the run but are firing rockets from different locations on the advancing forces. During operation, six Uzbeks have been killed including a local commander. During exchange of fire, one soldier embraced martyrdom and five others were injured. On Razmak axis, terrorists fired 10 rockets and four mortar rounds from different directions at Razmak Camp, which was effectively responded. In DI Khan and Tank districts, security forces apprehended six terrorists at check posts. About operation Rah-e-Rast in Swat-Malakand, security forces apprehended 15 suspects from different areas of Swat like Chak Daulat, Sariath Sar near Miandam and Mangaltan. Seven terrorists voluntarily surrendered to security forces in area around Mingora. During search and clearance operation three terrorists were killed near Nijigram at Talang. Regarding relief activities at DI Khan and Tank, reportedly 593 dislocated families from Waziristan have moved to D.I. Khan through Zhob. As many as 8,296 displaced families have been registered since October 13, 2009, while 5,573 cash cards have been distributed amongst the IDPs families of DI Khan and Tank.