Terrorist involved in attack on Sri Lankan team killed
June 23, 2019 09:01 pm
DERA ISMAIL KHAN (92 News) – The Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) killed an alleged terrorist – who involved in attack on Sri Lankan team – during a raid conducted in Dera Ismail Khan on Sunday.
According to the reports, an alleged terrorist was killed in a CTD raid who wanted to the police department in 13 different cases. The Police officials have expressed suspicions regarding the terrorist of having a connection with the group involved in an attack on Sri Lankan cricket team.
One policeman was injured in attack of grenade by the terrorists during the encounter. The security team also recovered grenade and automatic weapon from the possession of the terrorist.
CTD foils terror bid in Multan as two terrorist killed
The Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) Multan has killed two alleged terrorists, while three others managed to escape in a shoot-out last night.
According to CTD spokesman, the department received information from a credible source that some four to five terrorists belonging to a proscribed organisation are planning to assassinate officers of a sensitive agency in Multan.
The CTD team raided at Durana Langna and challenged the terrorists to surrender. Instead, the terrorists started firing. Resultantly, two terrorists identified as Rizwan and Imran Saqi were found dead.
Meanwhile, two to three other terrorists escaped taking benefit of darkness. Some nine hand grenades, two pistols, ammunition and cash were also recovered during the operation.
The two dead terrorists were involved in killing and kidnapping, kidnapping of foreigner from Lahore and other crimes. The further investigation is being launched into the incident.
CTD foils terror bid in Multan, arrests three terrorists
Earlier on June 9, the CTD foiled a terror bid in Multan and arrested three terrorists.
According to the reports, on a tip off the CTD officials conducted a vital operation at Khera Chowk area in Multan. The security forces arrested the three militants. The arrested militants identified as basit, Ghulam Hussain and Nasir. However, the explosive materials and donation receipts, provided by the facilitators – have been recovered from the terrorists.