A curfew was imposed in nine neighborhoods of Turkey's southeastern Mardin province early Sunday, according to the regional governor's office.
Security forces will locate and destroy explosive devices planted by the PKK terror group in neighborhoods of the Nusaybin, Ömerli and Artuklu districts during the curfew, the office said in a statement.
Shelters and ammunition depots of the terror group will also be targeted during the security operation.
The governor's office did not mention an exact date to when the curfew would end.
Security forces carried out 905 operations in January against the PKK terrorist organization. A total of 1,463 suspects were detained in last month's nationwide operations over charges of aiding PKK terrorist organization; 153 were remanded in custody.
The PKK, listed as a terrorist organization by Turkey, the U.S. and EU, resumed its decades-old armed campaign against the Turkish state in July 2015.
The terrorist group has murdered over 800 security personnel and 300 civilians since then while also losing more than 10,000 militants in the meantime, who were either killed or apprehended in anti-terror operations.