Security forces foil Quetta terror bid: All attackers killed, says ISPR | Pakistan

QUETTA: Five suicide bombers were gunned down as security forces foiled a terror bid at the Frontier Corps Help Centre here on Thursday night, said ISPR.  

Four Frontier Corps personnel suffered bullet wounds in the exchange of fire during the operation. 

“An explosive and ammunition laden vehicle with 5 SBs (suicide bombers) tried to enter Help centre. Vigilant FC soldiers fired at terrorists and stopped their entry. All terrorists killed,” said the army’s media wing. 

The ISPR said: “All SBs apparently Afghani. Failed terrorists attempt was response to killing of their key terrorists last night in Kili Almas.” 

The eye witnesses said they heard multiple explosions and sounds of sporadic gunfire. The area where the attack took place is mostly residential, with a few government buildings also located in the vicinity.

The security forces are now clearing the area and have said that the situation is in under control.

Earlier in the day, at least 14 people were injured in a suicide attack on a security forces’ convoy on Nowshera’s Mall Road. 

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