Terrorist attack in Pakistan: Terrorists attack in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 12 soldiers including army captain killed, 15 injured

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Terrorists had taken 6 telecom operators hostage. Pakistani army personnel had gone to rescue them.

There has been a major terrorist attack in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. In this attack, 12 soldiers including a captain of the Pakistani Army were killed. There are also reports of 15 soldiers being injured. The incident is said to have happened on Monday. Terrorists have taken 6 telecom operators hostage.

The banned terrorist organization Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) is said to be behind the attack. It is also being claimed that some soldiers of the army have been taken hostage by the terrorists. It is being told that in this incident, Captain Abdul Basit of 28 Baloch Regiment has died.

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It is being told that the Taliban-Pakistan terrorists had taken 6 telecom operators hostage, to rescue them, the army launched an operation. However, it did not succeed and the Pakistani Army suffered heavy losses.

The TTP has been behind several terror attacks in Pakistan, including the recent bombing near the Serena Hotel in Quetta. Chinese officials were staying here.

Pakistani army claims – 3 terrorists killed, two soldiers martyred
At the same time, according to local Sama news, the Pakistani army said that the security forces had received information about the presence of terrorists in Kurram district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. After this the operation was started here. During the firing, 3 terrorists were killed, while two soldiers were martyred.

The Pakistani Army claims that Captain Bilal, 25, and Sepoy Hazrat Bilal, 22, were martyred during the shelling, adding that 3 terrorists have been killed in the operation. Security forces have cordoned off the area and the operation is on.

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