Saturday, March 25th, 2023 22:43:47

Terrorist incident again in Pakistan after Peshawar mosque blast, 25 armed terrorists attack police station

Pakistan’s trouble is not taking the name of ending. On the one hand, the economic crisis and on the other hand terrorism has broken the back of the country. The country has not yet recovered from the blast in Peshawar’s mosque yesterday, another terrorist attack took place. This time the terrorists have targeted a police station. A terrorist attack took place on Tuesday night at a police station in Mianwali district of Punjab province of Pakistan. According to the police, a group of 20 to 25 heavily armed terrorists attacked the police station. However, after heavy firing from both sides, the terrorists fled.

According to Dawn’s website, the Pakistan Police foiled the terrorist attack on the police station. Inspector General of Police (IGP) Punjab Dr. Usman Anwar has congratulated the SHO of the police station for foiling the terrorist attack. At the time of the attack, DPO Mianwali had also reached the spot with additional force. After this, an emergency was declared in the district headquarters hospital.

So far 93 people have died in this attack. More than 150 people have been injured in the fidayeen attack. A faction of the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has claimed responsibility for the terrorist attack in Peshawar. The terrorists whom Pakistan has nurtured against India, are now troubling it. Pakistan has seen an increase in terrorism cases in the last three years. There has been a 28 per cent increase in terrorism incidents in 2022 as compared to 2021.

The Pakistani Taliban, also known as Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan or TTP, is a breakaway group but also a close ally of the Afghan Taliban, which seized power in neighboring Afghanistan in August 2021 as US and NATO troops left Afghan soil after 20 years. The TTP has waged an insurgency in Pakistan for the past 15 years, fighting for the imposition of Islamic laws in the country. Apart from this, it is demanding the release of its members who are in custody.

Posted by Uday India