Pakistan: Six security personnel were killed in a terrorist attack in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. A dozen terrorists stormed the Hungarian-owned oil and gas company attacked, following which six security personnel were killed in the encounter.
According to police, around 50 fighters stormed a site owned by the Budapest-headquartered MOL group in Hangu district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province around midnight. A police official told AFP that the attackers were armed with light and heavy weapons. They fired mortar shells, killing six security personnel posted at the main gate.
Total six dead
The terrorists came from North Waziristan
District Police Officer Noor Wali Khan confirmed the attack and the death toll. He said the attackers came from the nearby North Waziristan district, which borders Afghanistan and has historically been a hotbed of militancy. Has done and according to his website has given employment to 400 people in the country. A spokesperson for the Hungarian Embassy in Islamabad said, "This incident is very sad, we are keeping an eye on the whole update."
The school was targeted on Monday
Earlier, referring to Monday’s incident, the officials said that two schools in the province were attacked by terrorists on Monday night, although no one was present in the school then, due to which no untoward incident took place. < /p>
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