PESHAWAR (AFP/Reuters/Online/APP) - Attack helicopters Monday killed 20 militants and destroyed four hideouts, including a training centre for suicide bombers in Khyber, the paramilitary said. The operation was carried out in Tirah valley, 35 kilometres southwest of Landi Kotal, the main town in Khyber tribal region that straddles a main supply route for NATO troops in Afghanistan. Mondays attacks targeted insurgents under the command of Mangal Bagh, an ethnic Pashtun militant who has raised a militia to enforce strict Shariah laws in the tribal region. Bagh has no links with the Taliban, according to government and security officials. We got credible information that Mangal Bagh men were assembled there and probably were planning some attacks, so we attacked them, the spokesman said. Military helicopters shelled militant hideouts Monday afternoon killing 20 rebels and destroying four of their hideouts, a spokesman for the paramilitary Frontier Corps, Major Fazal-ul-Rehman, told AFP. He said that the hideouts included a training centre where rebels used to train suicide bombers and their foot soldiers, adding that the air strikes were ordered after an intelligence tip-off. Meanwhile, the security forces, backed by gunship helicopters pounded the house of Sadiq Ullah, believed to be militants commander, on Monday but no casualty was reported in the attack. According to locals, five civilians sitting in two vehicles parked near the house were injured in the incident. BBC quoted local administration as saying that the security forces targeted the house of Sadiq Ullah of Hafiz Gul Bahadur group on Mondays morning. It also cited one eyewitness who said that five injured men had been shifted to Miranshah hospital, where according to hospital sources, condition of some was stated to be in critical. Sources said two other houses were partially damaged in the incident and caused panic in the area. It may be mentioned that the Hafiz Gul Bahadur group had attacked a military convoy in June, in which 26 troops were killed and after that the group had withdrawn from the peace deal. Gul Bahadur was of the view that he would continue attacks on security forces till drone attacks were stopped. Special Correspondent from Islamabad adds: The security forces have killed 11 more terrorists and apprehended 25 others including a local commander during search and clearance operation in various parts of Swat and Malakand. According to an ISPR press release issued here on Monday, as many as nine terrorists surrendered in different parts of Swat and Malakand. It said that security forces conducted search operation at Pashmal near Kalam and apprehended wanted terrorists commander Kabir of Sattal. Two terrorists had surrendered voluntarily to security forces at Fizaghat. The security forces also conducted search operation at Dangram near Mingora and recovered different items looted from a polytechnic college. In search operation at village Langar near Khawzakhela, one terrorist was killed, two others were apprehended and seven hideouts of terrorists were demolished. The security forces conducted search operation at Chur Banda and apprehended 4 suspects and recovered arms and ammunition. During search operation at Awishah, six suspects were apprehended. Local Lashkar during search operation at Karodara, Shakoh, Chopra Kandao, killed 10 terrorists and apprehended 6 others. Seven terrorists belonging to Safi group surrendered before the civil administration. As far as relief efforts are concerned, so far Rs 4.526 billion have been withdrawn by the IDPs of Malakand, while 12 trucks of rations have been distributed amongst them.