Woman among six IS militants killed in encounter in Pakistan: Police
PTI, Sep 4, 2019, 3:10 PM IST
Karachi: A woman was among the at least six militants who were killed in an encounter after security forces raided a terrorist hideout on Wednesday in Pakistan’s restive Balochistan province, according to a media report.
Five security personnel were injured in the operation carried out by the counter-terrorism police and intelligence agencies near Eastern Bypass in the provincial capital Quetta, Geo TV reported.
The woman, who was wearing a suicide jacket, blew himself up during the encounter, the spokesperson said. Authorities also seized weapons and ammunition after the operation from the area, the report said.
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