Balochistan TTP Attack: Terror of TTP terrorists in Balochistan, now Pakistan’s Levi Force targeted, 1 soldier killed

Balochistan TTP Attack: Terror of TTP terrorists in Balochistan, now Pakistan’s Levi Force targeted, 1 soldier killed

Pakistan Policeman Killed:  Terrorists of the banned organization Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) attacked the Dahli check post located in Balochistan, Pakistan. They targeted the Levie Force of Pakistan in the attack. 

According to the report of Pakistan’s Dawn, a soldier of Levies force was killed in TTP attack, while another was injured. The attack took place on Tuesday (March 7) night, in which a Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) terrorist was also killed.

Claimed such attack
Many rounds of firing were also done from both sides during the terrorists and police conflict. The banned group has claimed responsibility for the attack and confirmed that one of its members was killed in an encounter with members of the Levies force, Dawn reported. However, this is the first time Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan has claimed such an attack in Balochistan’s Washuk district. Earlier on Wednesday (March 8), a police officer guarding the census team was killed in Dera Ismail Khan.

Meanwhile in Dera Ismail Khan, terrorists targeted their vehicles and injured four other policemen. Unidentified assailants targeted a police vehicle in Garh Mastan area of ​​Darban police station area. According to Dawn news, the assailants fled from the spot after firing, after which the injured have been admitted to Mufti Mehmood Hospital for treatment.

Terrorist attacks killed 134 people
According to Dawn, the banned group Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has claimed many attacks and has also taken responsibility for the attack. In recent times, there has been an increase in terrorist activities in Pakistan. These attacks are especially happening in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan. The Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan ended a ceasefire with the government in November.

On the other hand, amid the country’s critical economic conditions, such attacks are having a wrong effect. According to the study report of the Islamabad-based think tank, January 2023 has been one of the deadliest months in the country as compared to July 2018. During this period, 134 people lost their lives and 254 were injured in at least 44 terrorist attacks across the country.

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