Karachi: Terrorist killed in police operation
According to SSP Malir, the slain terrorist was planning an attack Chinese citizens living in the Pak-China Shipyard.
Karachi: A terrorist was killed during an important police operation in Malir area of Karachi.
According to Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Malir Hasan Sardar, the slain terrorist was planning an attack Chinese citizens living in the Pak-China Shipyard. However, the police were stationed around the yard on a tip-off.
Reportedly, the killed terrorist has not been identified as yet.
Weapons and explosives have also been recovered from the possession of the slain terrorist during the operation.
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