Rockets fired into security forces camp in Miramshah

Published: August 14, 2014
No loss of life occurred during the incident.. PHOTO: ISPR/FILE

No loss of life occurred during the incident.. PHOTO: ISPR/FILE

MIRAMSHAH: Unknown militants fired rockets into a security forces camp in Miramshah, the headquarters of North Waziristan, Thursday morning, officials said.

Security officials in the region said that the rockets were fired by unknown militants from an undisclosed place at the camp.

However, no loss of life occurred during the incident.

Security forces have launched a search operation in the area.

No one has claimed responsibility of the attack yet.

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Reader Comments (5)

  • Rex Minor
    Aug 14, 2014 - 1:13PM

    Is Hamas now active in Miransha as well? Are the military looking for tunnels in the tribal territory as depicted in the photo?

    Rex Minor


  • imran
    Aug 14, 2014 - 1:14PM

    Miram Shah and Mir Ali cleared of militants .Recommend

  • unbelievable
    Aug 14, 2014 - 9:51PM

    It’s been 9 days since ET article indicated any casualties inflicted on the militants. Alleged biggest offensive ever against militant terrorist and you either can’t find the militants or aren’t reporting anything.
    Maybe ET should ask the military some basics like 1) how many troops are actually involved? 2) why no regular reports on combat? 3) how many casualties – soldiers, militants and civilians? 4) what are goals of operation and are they being achieved? 5) cost of operation? 6) why no imbedded journalist? 6) if Haqqani are actual targets how many Haqqani have been killed or wounded? It’s one thing for the military to cover up … it’s another for Journalist to allow it to happen.


  • Gratgy
    Aug 15, 2014 - 3:16PM

    Pakistani army will be awarded with an Oscar for their performance


  • Nabeel
    Aug 17, 2014 - 1:27PM

    Pak army Zindabad. Elimination of enemies of Pakistan in progress. All sympathisers of enemies shall bite the dust sooner than later.


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