Six suicide bombers attack Bannu police station

One army officer was injured in the incident.

Web Desk February 14, 2013
A photo showing security forces near the police station attacked by suicide bombers. PHOTO: ONLINE

BANNU: At least one army officer was injured when around six suicide bombers blew themselves up on a police station in Bannu on Thursday, reported Express News.

Security forces imposed a curfew in the area after the incident and started a search operation.

Police also recovered eight Kalashnikovs, 13 hand grenades and one suicide jacket from the attackers.

Around 50 officers were present inside the station when the attack took place, while more officers were called in for the search operation.

Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG) Bannu Nisar Tanoli confirmed that the area was declared clear after the search operation.


JoelB | 8 years ago | Reply

@Syed - the "factories" are the madrassas.

Syed | 8 years ago | Reply

6 suicide bombers died and no sane person died in the attack so this has to be a great news. BTW where is the factory where they make these many suicide bombers?

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