Two policeman were killed in KP the day after a ‘rocket’ attack on a police post.

Web DeskJune 8, 20236763 min

Unidentified gunmen killed two police officers in Swat’s Mingora, officials reported Thursday morning, as Khyber Pakhtunkhwa faces terrorism, which has grown in recent months.

Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), an outlawed militant organisation, has increased attacks on security personnel since breaking the truce with Islamabad in November last year.

In response, Pakistani security forces have expanded operations against terrorists in an effort to eradicate the threat of terrorism, which has recently been defeated.

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Both constables, Umra Khan and Ashraf Ali, were shot near Mingora’s Sabzi Mandi district in the early morning hours, according to police, and were transferred to a nearby hospital where they died from their injuries.

After cordoning off the area, police launched a search and detained two “suspects” from the neighbourhood.

According to the police, three armed attackers who were involved in the gunfight remain on the run, and efforts are being made to apprehend them.

Following the death of a militant in Matani, an attack on a police checkpoint in Peshawar’s Sarband area occurred late Tuesday night.

According to The News, heavy shooting was reported from both sides as vigilant officers replied; nonetheless, no law enforcement personnel were injured.

According to some sources, a missile was launched at the remote position.

In the last two years, police stations and posts in this area of Peshawar have been attacked several times with automatic rifles and grenades.

 

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