Six terrorists killed in Punjab, many casualties reported in two incidents

ISLAMABAD, 6th April, 2016 (WAM)--Six terrorists of banned Taliban Pakistan (TTP) organisation were killed today in Lahore, Punjab Province of Pakistan, in an encounter with anti-terrorist forces near Saggin bridge.

According to the forces, huge cache of ammunitions and three motor cycles have been recovered.

In another incident, at least 14 people were killed and 33 others injured today in a head-on collision between a passenger bus and trailer truck in Bhakkar district , Punjab Province, coming from opposite direction.

According to details, the injured were rushed to Mianwali hospital.

In an act of sabotage, two passengers and four others were injured when a remote-controlled bomb hit the Quetta-bound Jaffar Express train in Balochistan's Sibi district.

Officials said preliminary information indicated that unidentified attackers fired indiscriminately at the train. Three passenger trains were derailed as a result of the attack.

The victims were rushed to hospitals in Quetta and train services between Balochistan and other parts of the country were temporarily suspended after the attack.


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