Five TTP men killed in D.G. Khan ‘encounter’

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Pakistan
Thursday, 24 December 2015


Five suspected terrorists said to be belonging to the banned Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) were killed during an ‘encounter’ with personnel of the Counter-Terrorism Department and police near here on Wednesday.

Sources said that the encounter took place early in the morning when law-enforcement personnel were searching an area near the Wador hamlet within the jurisdiction of Saddar police station. The search was launched on reports that terrorists could strike in the city on Eid Miladun Nabi (PBUH).

The sources said that suspected terrorists were trying to escape on a van when they were intercepted by the CTD and police personnel. People in the van opened fire which was returned and during the gunfight the suspected terrorists were killed.

District Police Officer Ghulam Mubashar Maikin said that law-enforcement agencies had found hand-grenades and three pistols in the van.

The sources claimed that the militants were working under the TTP’s groups led by Qari Ziaur Rehman, Qari Ibrahim and Umer.

The militants were identified as Noman, son of Alam Zeb; Alyas, s/o Ghazi; Ejaz, s/o Khushhal; Haider, s/o Badshah; and Mumtaz, s/o Gulistan, all residents of Bajaur tribal region. The bodies were brought to the Ghazi Khan Medical College teaching hospital for autopsy.

CTD district in charge Syed Siraj told Dawn that a case had been registered against the five under Sections 302, 324, 186, 353, 148 and 149 of the PPC, 3/4 of the Explosives Act, 7 of the Anti-Terrorism Act and 13/20/65 (Arms Ordinance).

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