A case has been opened In the Sindh Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) police station against the three terrorists who were killed, their enablers, and the eluded attackers for the attack on the Karachi police chief’s office.
The tense operation, which lasted for about four hours on Friday evening, resulted in the deaths of three terrorists and the embrace of martyrdom by four individuals, including two police officers and a Sindh Rangers sub-inspector.
The terror attack also injured 18 other individuals, including police and rangers personnel.
Based on a report made by the station house officer (SHO) of the Saddar police station, the case has been filed. The first information report (FIR) contains provisions about attempted murder, terrorism, and sections three and four of the Explosives Act of 1884.
According to the FIR, a wireless phone was used to report the attack around 7:15 p.m. The SHO claimed that he arrived at the venue at 7:20 p.m. and requested police assistance.
An operation against the terrorists was organized under the direction of Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG) Irfan Baloch. Three terrorists were involved in the incident, it was added.
The FIR noted that the body pieces of the terrorist who blew himself up have been found and that “the two terrorists who were killed in retaliatory action were wearing suicide vests.”
The case, according to the police, was filed on February 18 at 4:30.
The Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), an outlawed terrorist organization, also claimed responsibility for the attack on social media in the FIR.