TTP Attack on Pak Police: A group of Pakistani Taliban terrorists attacked a police station in Peshawar. This attack was done on Saturday (January 14). The terrorists had come in the number of 6 to 7 to attack the police station. In this terrorist attack, 3 policemen have died, out of which a senior police officer is also included.
Kashif Abbasi, a member of Peshawar’s SSP operation team, said that about six to seven terrorists attacked the Sarband police station bordering the Khyber tribal district with hand grenades, automatic weapons and sniper shots, and three policemen were killed in the exchange of fire. The Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) terror group has claimed responsibility for the attack.
Chief Minister expressed regret
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Police Chief Moazzam Ansari told that the police faced the terrorists very bravely. Tried to completely foil their attack. The DSP was hit by bullets while entering the police station. However, he died during treatment in the hospital. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Mahmood Khan expressed regret over the incident. He said that the martyrdom of the policemen killed while fighting the terrorists will not go to waste. Since the incident, a police team has started searching for the terrorists.
attacked the night before
Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) spokesman Mohammad Khurasani said in a statement that his mujahideen carried out laser gun attacks on two police stations in Peshawar last night. Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan claimed that four policemen were killed in the attack. One DSP rank officer was also involved in the slain police, while three people were also badly injured. During the attack, the terrorists also looted two AK 47, two magazines and Rs 47,000.
TTP was formed in 2007
In another statement, its spokesperson also claimed responsibility for the attack on a joint security post of police and CTD in tehsil Tunsa Sharif of Dera Ghazi Khan district in southern Punjab, in which two policemen were killed. The TTP, commonly known as the Pakistani Taliban, is an organization of separate armed terrorist groups operating along the Afghan-Pakistani border. TTP was formed in 2007. The group shares a common ideology with the Afghan Taliban and assisted them in the 2001–2021 war.