Targeted operation soon in Peshawar: IGP KPK

Recent PostTargeted operation soon in Peshawar: IGP KPK

PESHAWAR: Inspector General of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa police Nasir Durrani said on Monday that targeted operation will be launched very soon in the country’s northwestern city of Peshawar.

Talking to media persons in Peshawar, Durrani said marketplaces and other public areas of the provincial capital would be cleared by sniffer dogs and Bomb Disposal Units at first before being opened for the general public.

   

The provincial police chief said the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government had already given the approval for the measure.

Durrani said the terrorists had changed their strategy of late, adding that first they were targeting the police, whereas, now they had started targeting markets and other public places.

The police chief also said the provincial government had ordered the formation of a new strategy to fight terrorism and said the government would combat the menace with cooperation from the public.

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