Four militants killed in Karachi gun battle

SSP Malir says suspects belonged to a banned militant outfit


Faraz Khan April 18, 2015
PHOTO: REUTERS

KARACHI: Four militants belonging to a banned militant outfit were killed on Saturday in a search operation in Karachi.

Three hundred policemen carried out a search operation in Saadi Town near the Superhighway in Karachi.

During the operation, militants retaliated with heavy firing resulting in the death of four of them.

“Four militants were killed during the search operation,” SSP Malir Rao Anwar told The Express Tribune.

“The deceased belong to a banned militant organisation,” Anwar added.

A huge cache of arms was recovered from the suspects’ possession.

COMMENTS (3)

ajeet | 7 years ago | Reply The count of casualties since the pakistani army started this operation seems to be greater than the Pakistani population? Looks like the deep state is taking Pakistanis for a ride again.
Kashif | 7 years ago | Reply Why no name??
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