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Terrorism-related Incidents in Quetta - 2017

S.N.

Date

Incidents

killed
Injured
1

January 2

Six FCB officials were injured after their vehicle came under attack near Western Bypass in Quetta.

0
6
2
January 5

Unidentified militants shot dead two people in Jinnah Town of Quetta.

2
0
3
January 6

Unidentified assailants shot and injured five Hazara Shias in a suspected sectarian attack community on Spiny Road in the Qila Mubarak area of Quetta.

0
5
4
January 16

Militants opened fire at a Police constable in the Killi Deba area of Quetta, killing him on the spot.

1
0
5
January 16

Militants opened fire near the Passport Office area of Quetta and killed a Police official on duty.

1
0
6
January 22

Unidentified assailants opened fire and killed two persons in Satellite Town area of Quetta.

2
0
7
February 17 The FC arrested 20 suspects during a search operation in the Nushki area of Quetta, the provincial capital of Balochistan.
Arrest
8
February 19

SFs killed a militant in an encounter and seized arms during a search operation at Darakhshan near Eastern Bypass area of Quetta.

1
0
9
March 14

Balochistan higher education secretary Abdullah Jan was abducted from Wahdat Colony of Brewery Road area in Quetta. Jan's son Mohammad Attiuqe said his father was on his way to work when unidentified assailants in a white Toyota Vitz kidnapped him near his house in Wahdat Colony. Jan was kidnapped along with his driver. However, the abductors released the driver near Sabzal Road area and drove off an unknown location, said DIG Quetta Abdul Razzaq Chema. No group has claimed responsibility for the abduction so far.

Abduction
10
March 18

FC forces and personnel of an intelligence agency arrested four suspected militants during a raid in Smungli area of Quetta. SFs claimed to have recovered five SMGs, three rockets and other weapons from their possession.

Arms and ammunition recovery
Total*
7
11
*Data till May 14, 2017
Note:Compiled from news reports and are provisional.

 

 

 

 

 
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