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Pakistan: Five terrorists killed by Rangers in DG Khan

Pakistan: Five terrorists killed by Rangers in DG Khan
Pakistan Rangers take their positions during a counter-terrorism training demonstration at the Rangers Shooting & Saddle Club (RSSC) on the outskirts of Karachi, Pakistan, February 24, 2015. Pakistan's main opposition party on Thursday accused the powerful army of trying to usurp the powers of a provincial government, intensifying a showdown between the military and politicians in Pakistan's biggest and richest city. Picture taken February 24, 2015. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro

Rawalpindi [Pakistan]: Five terrorists were killed in a special intelligence-based operation by Pakistan Rangers (Punjab) in Dera Ghazi Khan on Sunday.

Pakistan Rangers’ (Punjab) Sepoy Kamran was also killed in the exchange of fire between the Rangers and the suspected terrorists, while Deputy Superintendent Rangers Haroon was injured and evacuated to CMH Multan.

“Pakistan Rangers (Punjab) conducted a special intelligence-based operation in Dera Ghazi Khan early morning today. 5 x terrorists were killed in area Chhera Thal 40 km south west of Fort Manro. During exchange of fire, Seapoy Kamran embraced shahadat while Deputy Superintendent Rangers Haroon got injured and was evacuated to CMH Multan. The operation is still in progress,” said an Inter-Services Public Relations in a statement. (ANI)