PESHAWAR, Pakistan: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province witnessed 386 cases of terrorism, 2431 of killing and 2775 of attempt to murder in the retiring year of 2016, according to the spokesman of provincial government Mushtaq Ahmed Ghani.
While addressing a press conference in Peshawar, the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government spokesman said that the police registered a total 190 case of terrorism, 196 of anti-terrorism while registering 9,972 cases against the offenders.
Similarly, Mushtaq Ghani said that 2,431 cases of murder and 2775 cases of attempt to murder were reported from across the province during the one years, adding that 21 cases of ransom and 100 of extortion were also registered with the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa police.
The spokesman said that the provincial police department conducted 103,198 raids under search and strike operations and registered 43,935 cases. He said that 263 cases of robberies, 1956 of theft, 369 of vehicles snatching and 609 of motorbikes’ theft and snatching were also reported over the year.