Operation against terrorists to largely affect Peshawar, says IG KP
PESHAWAR: Inspector General Police, Khyber Pakhtonkhwa, Nasir Durrani said operation against terrorists will largely affect the capital city of KP, Peshawar, ARY News reported.
Talking to ARY News on Thursday, IG Peshawar said 16 organised terrorist outfits were working in the province and operation will leave its serious impact on Peshawar. He said terrorists could enter the KP province following military offensive against them.
He said public places along with law enforcers could also be targeted by terrorists in the wake of operation.
Earlier this week, Durrani had said that Peshawar will be the most sensitive city in days to come. He had disclosed that nine groups were involved in terrorism activities in the province.
IG KP said 144 terrorists were apprehended and 25 other killed in raids and operations by law enforcement agencies in KP. He told that Mardan, Swabi, Hangu and Kohat areas were the most sensitive districts. Durrani stated that Peshawar was the most sensitive and on a hit list of terrorists.