Cross-border attack: 7 militants killed as Pak army check post targeted in Lower Dir

Military sources say 70 to 80 militants attacked the check post, nine militants were injured.

Web Desk July 30, 2014

LOWER DIR: At least seven militants were killed and nine others were injured as a Pakistan Army check post was attacked in Lower Dir, military sources said on Wednesday, Express News reported.

According to the sources, 70 to 80 militants attacked the check post in the cross-border attack at the Pakistan-Afghanistan border.

The check post is located between the Ankalsar and Tarpaman areas of Lower Dir.

Militants were forced to flee after the Pakistan Army retaliated, military sources said.

No group claimed responsibility for the attack till the filing of this report.


Jadugar | 8 years ago | Reply

@ Abdul Ghaffar, Sir I absolutely agree and understand your point, that no human being should be treated in such way, these acts are religiously and morally wrong and inhumane. These acts are being perpetuated by illiterate and often religious zealots but it is no fault of the Armed forces that the civilian Authority cannot do its job. Army is doing what it is suppose to do. Defend the Nation from internal and external threats.

URTrue | 8 years ago | Reply

@Abdul Gaffar: Sorry, but you have to live with that bro, for little longer. Help is coming!

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