Counter-Terrorism Department kills five terrorists in Quetta
The Counter-Terrorism Department has killed five terrorists during an exchange of fire, in Quetta’s Hazarganji.
According to CTD spokesperson, five terrorists were killed in the exchange of fire in Hazarganji and their bodies are being shifted to the hospital.
Moreover, arms and explosive material were recovered from their possession, also the area was cordoned off the clear it from the terrorists.
Earlier in June, at least four officials of the the Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) were booked after a 15-year-old boy died in their custody.
The victim, identified as Hassan Khan, was a resident of Zia Colony in Rawalpindi.
According to reports, Hassan’s family, relative and neighbours protested the killing by blocking traffic on I.J. Principal Road. The protesters demanded a transparent inquiry and strict against the CTD officials.
Initially, the police said he was detained in connection with an attack and killing of two policemen in the limits of Shams Colony but later claimed that he was taken into custody on suspicion of murdering a policeman and injuring two others in G-13, Dawn reported.
Later, the police sources, on condition of anonymity, told Dawn that the boy was picked up by a team of the investigation wing over suspicion.