‘Terrorists killed in Peshawar operation belonged to TTP’

'Terrorists killed in Peshawar operation belonged to TTP'

PESHAWAR: 5 terrorists killed in an anti-terrorism operation in Peshawar’s Hayatabad place on Tuesday belonged to the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), police assets said on Wednesday.

The operation, which concluded after a 17-hour standoff with 5 terrorists killed and a policeman martyred, become carried out on an intelligence tip-off, police sources delivered.

Peshawar operation concludes, police officer martyred, five terrorists killed

in step with the assets, “The terrorists belonged to TTP and were involved in four major incidents, together with assaults on a high court docket judge, an additional inspector-preferred of police and a FC automobile.”

“Imran Muhammad, a 20-yr-vintage Afghan suicide bomber, became among the ones killed,” they brought.

The police assets further said, “An explosive-encumbered motorcycle and suicide vests have been found from the constructing where the terrorists had taken cover.”

The suspects had taken cover in a residential constructing in segment 7 of the Hayatabad locality, from in which they attacked security forces. The building turned into demolished with explosives quickly after the operation concluded.


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