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Police head constable, two outlaws killed in encounter

Police head constable, two outlaws killed in encounter
January 09, 2017

BANNU, 09 January: A police head constable and two absconders were killed in an exchange of firing which took place during a search operation in Pang area of the Bannu Township on Monday, police said.

According to police, a search operation was conducted in the Pang area of Bannu Township. In the meantime, two wanted criminals opened fire on police team to avoid arrest killing a head constable Malik Jan died on the spot.

Police responded in time and killed both the wanted outlaws in the retaliatory firing.

The bodies of the police personnel and the outlaws were shifted to the district headquarters hospital.

A detailed search operation was later conducted in the area.

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