Source: Punjab Police
PARACHINAR / KALAYA / GHALANAI: At least 33 militants, two pro-government tribesmen and one soldier were killed in military actions and clashes in Kurram, Orakzai and Mohmand agencies on Thursday. Officials said helicopter gunships pounded three militant hideouts in Mirandi, Sangraba and Chinarak areas of central Kurram, killing 20 militants and injuring several others.
LAKKI MARWAT: The bodies of two persons, ostensibly killed by militants on charges of spying, were found near Masha Mansoor area in the limits of Shaheed Haibat Ali Khan police station of Darra Pezu on Thursday.
QUETTA: Bullet-riddled bodies of two kidnapped political activists were found dumped on the coastal highway in the Gwadar district on Thursday. Sources said that police took the bodies to a hospital after local people informed the administration about the presence of the bodies near Ormara area.
DADU: Three bandits surrendered to police and three others were arrested after raids on their hideouts on Thursday, according to Dadu DPO Javaid Soonharo Jiskani.
KARACHI: Two young brothers, associated with Ahl-i-Sunnat Wal Jamaat (ASWJ), formerly known as Sipah-i-Sahaba Pakistan, were shot dead outside their home-cum-shop in Manzoor Colony on Thursday, police and party sources said.
PESHAWAR: Unidentified persons shot dead two policemen and took away their official rifles at Nasir Bagh Road here on Wednesday night. Hayat Mir and Masood Khan, the policemen, were patrolling the road near Police Colony when unidentified motorcyclists attacked and killed them, an official said.
LANDI KOTAL: Political authorities on Thursday arrested five key members of a kidnappers gang and rescued an Afghan captive. Officials said that the Afghan national was recovered from a car at Ziyarhai checkpost and arrested three persons involved in kidnapping.
Karachi: The administrative judge of anti-terrorism courts in Karachi on Thursday remanded a suspect in police custody in the rummy club blast case till May 11. The crime investigation department (CID) of police claimed to have arrested Mustafa Rehman Orakzai alias Commando near the Superhighway after a shootout on April 25.