LEAs foil terror bid two days before Pakistan Day Parade

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Law enforcement agencies (LEAs) apprehended three terrorists on Monday, foiling a possible terror bid ahead of Pakistan Day Parade.

LEAs personnel conducted raids in Taxil and Hazro on tip-off from intelligence agencies, arresting Azam Khan, Riaz Khan and Wasiullah Mehsud and seizing a huge cache of explosives, Kalashinkovs, grenades and pistols.

According to sources, the terrorists were planning to attack twin cities on Pakistan Day. Security has been tightened in the federal capital and its twin city in wake of the Parade scheduled on March 23.

Law enforcement agencies (LEAs) apprehended three terrorists on Monday, foiling a possible terror bid ahead of Pakistan Day Parade.

LEAs personnel conducted raids in Taxil and Hazro on tip-off from intelligence agencies, arresting Azam Khan, Riaz Khan and Wasiullah Mehsud and seizing a huge cache of explosives, Kalashinkovs, grenades and pistols.

According to sources, the terrorists were planning to attack twin cities on Pakistan Day. Security has been tightened in the federal capital and its twin city in wake of the Parade scheduled on March 23.

Law enforcement agencies (LEAs) apprehended three terrorists on Monday, foiling a possible terror bid ahead of Pakistan Day Parade.

LEAs personnel conducted raids in Taxil and Hazro on tip-off from intelligence agencies, arresting Azam Khan, Riaz Khan and Wasiullah Mehsud and seizing a huge cache of explosives, Kalashinkovs, grenades and pistols.

According to sources, the terrorists were planning to attack twin cities on Pakistan Day. Security has been tightened in the federal capital and its twin city in wake of the Parade scheduled on March 23.

Law enforcement agencies (LEAs) apprehended three terrorists on Monday, foiling a possible terror bid ahead of Pakistan Day Parade.

LEAs personnel conducted raids in Taxil and Hazro on tip-off from intelligence agencies, arresting Azam Khan, Riaz Khan and Wasiullah Mehsud and seizing a huge cache of explosives, Kalashinkovs, grenades and pistols.

According to sources, the terrorists were planning to attack twin cities on Pakistan Day. Security has been tightened in the federal capital and its twin city in wake of the Parade scheduled on March 23.

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