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Pak Amry And KP Police Under Terrorist Attack Again

After the sad news of an attack on police personnel carrying a vehicle resulting in the death of seven police officers, another unfortunate incident struck Pakhtunkhwa in the face of a terrorist attack on the Indus Highway.

In a terrorist attack on Lachi Toll Plaza in district Kohat, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan, three policemen and a citizen were martyred near a police checkpost. The victims were recognized as Lance Naik Constables Amjad and Junaid, Constable Waqar, and Noor Muhammad, who was a citizen of Lakki Marwat. The details of the names were provided in a statement given by Public Relations Officer Fazl Naeem from Lachi Police.

According to the ISPR, two soldiers also embraced martyrdom during the intense exchange of fire, identified as Sepoy Muhammad Afzal, a 29-year-old from Azad Kashmir’s Bhimber, and Sepoy Ibrar Hussain, a 27-year-old from Mansehra.

According to the locals, the attack was done by a total of nearly ten terrorists. A District Police Officer (DPO) spokesperson told the media that a huge contingent of police reached the site as soon as the news reached them. Police started the investigations right away after cordoning off the incident site.

The police representatives have not given any statement regarding any loss of life on the side of the attacking terrorists. They have not revealed the passage terrorists used in order to get to the police checkpost in Kohat district.

The attack was condemned by various politicians and social activists. The ex-president of Pakistan, Asif Ali Zardari, highlighted the need to bring the National Action Plan to implementation to cut the roots of terrorism. Chairman of the Pakistan People’s Party, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, assured that the sacrifices made by the peace-making institutions, including the army, police, and security forces, will never be forgotten.

There has been an increase in terrorist attacks and conflicts since November 2022, when the ceasefire between Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) and the government of Pakistan ended. According to the report by the Centre for Research and Security Studies, 84 percent of attacks took place in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan. Both of these provinces had 90 percent of the fatalities in Pakistan.

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