Terrorists attacked Pakistan Air Force base in Peshawar
By Zaheerul Hassan
According to DG ISPR and senior security officers, seven to ten terrorists attacked Pakistan Air Force base in Peshawar. Out of these 3-4 militants were killed and remaining has been cordon. Pakistani security forces have cordoned the area. The camp is located on Kohat Road near Peshawar. In fact the terrorists probably had a plan to attack the families of officers and soldiers of the PAF. The attack could be in response of ongoing PAF of operation in South and North Waziristan. According to the sources militants might be supporting by RAW and launched from Afghanistan. The base was also attacked earlier in 2014. The terrorists killed 132 children by attacking Army Public School on 16 December 2014 in Peshawar .
It is worth mentioning here that on 16 September 2015 that Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif visited Federally Administrated Tribal Areas (FATA) ND inaugurated multiple project as part of post military operation rehabilitation plan.
According to Director General Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Major-General Asim Bajwa the army chief inaugurated Cadet College Wana, 132 KV grid station along 54 km long transmission line and a 62 km long road to connect Dera Ismail Khan (DI KHAN) and Tank during his day long visit to South Waziristan.
Speaking on the occasion, General Raheel Sharif said the process of development will continue till complete rehabilitation of tribal region whose people sacrificed to cleans terrorism announcing that every promise made with Temporarily Displaced People (TDP) will be fulfilled.
He said the operation Zarb-e-Azb was in final stages and soon the tribal people will be back in their homes and terrorists shall never return back. He also commended the locals for their sacrifices.