Pakistani confidence army on Thursday killed 8 Jammat-ul-Ahrar terrorists in a country’s Punjab province. Two policemen were critically harmed in a shootout that took place in a early hours. The Counter Terrorism Department of Punjab Police pronounced it perceived comprehension reports that some terrorists stealing in Sheikhupura, around 50 km from Lahore, were formulation to conflict law coercion crew and vicious buildings in Sheikhupura and Lahore.
“A CTD group along with military commandos raided a hideout in Narang Mandi encampment in early hours of Thursday and warned a terrorists to surrender. Instead they non-stop glow on a military team. In a cross-fire 8 terrorists were killed and 3 to 4 of their accomplices managed to escape,” a CTD said.
The dual military commandos who suffered bullet injuries in a shootout were shifted to a sanatorium where their condition is settled to be critical. The CTD pronounced a passed terrorists belonged to Jammat-ul-Ahrar. The confidence officials seized 3 kg explosives, dual kalashnikov rifles, pistols and self-murder vests from a spot.
Jammat-ul-Ahrar has been concerned in a array of bombings in Punjab. It claimed shortcoming for this February’s conflict on policemen in Lahore that killed 15 people including 6 cops.
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