Six wings of TTP involved in attacks on police

Karachi—Karachi law enforcers on Friday have identified banned outfit Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) workers involved in attacks on police.
According to sources, as many as six wings of TTP are once again on the verge of being active by establishing special task force to target police and Rangers personnel.
Pulling up the socks against terrorists, the security officers have alerted all the departments and claimed the outlawed organization has started assigning missions to their workers.
The law enforcers said a chain of raids is already underway on the identification of arrested terrorists however; rare revelations were also leveled by the militants during investigation.
The Rangers as well as the police have been engaged in a three-year long anti-militant and crime operation in Karachi and come under attack by militants frequently.
More than 200 policemen have been reportedly killed by terrorists in 2015.—SABAH

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