Pakistan: Security forces killed two terrorists of Tehreek-e-Taliban

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Two terrorists of Tehreek-e-Taliban (TTP) have been killed by security personnel. The slain terrorists were involved in a conspiracy to assassinate a senior member of Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif’s cabinet in Punjab. The killed terrorists have been identified as Adeel alias Shaifullah Khorsani and Zain alias Asadullah Khorsani.

Lahore. Security personnel have killed two terrorists of Tehreek-e-Taliban (TTP). They were involved in a conspiracy to assassinate a senior member of Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif’s cabinet in Punjab. Police gave this information on Wednesday. The Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) of Punjab Police issued a statement saying that the slain terrorists have been identified as Adeel alias Shaifullah Khorsani and Zain alias Asadullah Khorsani.

According to the statement, both the TTP members were killed when they were being taken to the Bahawalpur district, about 400 km from the provincial capital Lahore, to mark weapons hidden by them. CTD spokesperson said, “Both terrorists were involved in a conspiracy to assassinate federal minister Riyaz Hussain Peerzada.” Peerzada is considered close to former Prime Minister and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz President Nawaz Sharif. The spokesman said that both the terrorists were arrested a few days ago during the investigation of a murder case in Hasilpur area of ​​Bahawalpur and were in police custody.

He said, “Last night, both the terrorists were brought to spot hidden weapons, when their associates started firing on the CTD team. During the retaliatory action, both the terrorists brought for spotting were killed while the others managed to escape.” According to the spokesperson, the slain terrorists had formed a team of four TTP members to kill Pirzada. He said that a search operation is going on in the area to arrest the terrorists who opened fire.

Disclaimer: CricketInFocus has not edited this news. This news has been published from PTI-language feed.



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