Pakistan-based terrorist group declare assault on a police automobile that killed 4 officers, who have been responding to an earlier assault on a police station in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province bordering Afghanistan.
Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan members have killed 4 law enforcement officials by focusing on a police automobile with a roadside bomb and wounded six in an assault on a police station in northwest Pakistan.
The bomb killed 4 officers early on Thursday in a police automobile carrying reinforcements despatched to reply to the assault on a police station in Lakki Marwat, a city in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province bordering Afghanistan.
Six officers have been wounded within the assault on the police station.
Pakistani police officer Ashfaq Khan stated a search was underway for the militant suspects who attacked the police station in Lakki Marwat and later focused the police automobile with a bomb.
The Pakistani Taliban claimed accountability for each assaults.
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DSP Iqbal Mohmand together with three police constable have been killed in an IED blast on police van in KP’s Lakki Marwat district, stated Police Spokesperson. Iqbal was main the reinforcement heading to achieve Sadar police station that was already attacked by militants. pic.twitter.com/bkIIbr1U5n
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The group often called Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan or TTP is separate however allied with Afghanistan’s Taliban.
There was an uptick in assaults in Pakistan after the Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan ended a cease-fire with the federal government of Pakistan.
TTP has been emboldened because the Afghan Taliban seized energy in Afghanistan in 2021 when US and NATO troops have been leaving the nation after 20 years of warfare.
Many TTP leaders and fighters have discovered sanctuaries in Afghanistan because the Taliban takeover.
Pakistan has seen innumerable militant assaults prior to now 20 years however there was an uptick since November, when the TTP ended a months-long Afghan Taliban-brokered cease-fire with the federal government of Pakistan.
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