Weeks after the devastating attack on the police line in Peshawar, at least five terrorists and four other people, including rangers and police officers, were killed in a four-hour operation by the law enforcement authorities in Pakistan's Karachi. Officials have verified that of the five militants, three of them committed suicide by blowing themselves up and two were killed in a gunfight on Friday. As terrorism threatens the nation, authorities have announced that 18 people were injured in the most recent attack on security personnel. The city's police chief's five-story office was cleared by the LEAs following the lengthy operation. Top government officials have strongly condemned the event, but Defense Minister Khawaja Asif told "condemnations are not enough" and that extremists must face stern punishment.The attack started at 7:10 p.m., and police and Rangers troops gradually evacuated the five-story structure until they had swept the whole office by 10:46 p.m. After the violent attack on the Additional Inspector General (AIG) Office of the Karachi Police Office (KPO), Rangers and police units have launched a coordinated operation against the terrorists.The rapid response force (QRF) of the paramilitary soldiers surrounded the KPO building and took up positions, according to the Rangers spokeswoman. Rangers and police launched an effort to purge the KPO of terrorists. The official stated that the operation was carried out in response to reports that eight to ten terrorists were present in the office of the Karachi police chief. An anonymous police official informed that the assailants entered the office while wearing police uniforms, a strategy that was also adopted in the Peshawar mosque suicide assault, which left more than 80 people dead.
Police authorities reported that seven individuals, including Rangers police officers, have been hurt as a result of the armed criminals, whose total number is Unknown as of right now, fired numerous shots at the headquarters, which is close to the Saddar Police Station.The Karachi Traffic Police closed both sides of Shara-e-Faisal from the Avari Hotel to the Nursery in response to the terrorist assault. Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah stated that there was a broad security concern following the terror incident in Peshawar in an exclusive interview with The Washington Post. He said, "All the institutions are completely vigilant throughout the nation." The security chief emphasised the requirement for more measures to combat the recent surge of terrorism. The terrorists allegedly detonated a grenade after parking the car and used it as a cover to get inside the building, according to the police, he claimed. Security is on high alert in the federal capital, according to a statement from Islamabad's IG Akbar Nasir Khan, and all personnel have received instructions.should stay in their designated zones. The Red Zone and all significant buildings have to be kept on high alert, he added, adding that checking of access and departure ways and inside the city has intensified.
5 Militants, 4 Victims, Including Rangers And Policemen, Were Slain In The Karachi Attack
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