Attack on army convoy in north waziristan kill 2 and 7 injured
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Attack on army convoy in north waziristan kill 2 and 7 injured

Bannu : Pakistan | Nov 17, 2012 at 11:29 PM PST
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By Umar Daraz Wazir

Miranshah, 18-11-12: Officials of the Political Administration and intelligence sources told that in spite of the routine curfew imposed in North Waziristan and the security forces convoy do movement from one place to another. The remote controlled bomb planted on the side Mir Ali by pass road hit a security forces convey in the result of which one Tank ablaze,

The security officials further added, that two security personals are killed and 7 others got injured. The injured security personals are shifted to Bannu CMH hospital via helicopter for treatment.

The security official further added that the security forces also retaliated, but there was no report of casualties from the other side.

A local eye-witness on the condition not to disclose their names told the Field reporter that the smoke was blowing up of the Tank for long time, and there were heard blasts with intervals.

Independent sources also confirmed that 2 security personals are killed while 7 others injured.

Spokespersons for the TTP Jandolla Group, Ahmadullah Marwat told media calling from an un disclose area and claimed the responsibility of the attack so far and added that a few weeks back, Ahmad Khan Bangalli that was killed in a drone strike in Mir Ali and today attack is the revenge of Ahmad Khan Bangalli.

It is worth mentioning that on every Sunday security forces imposed curfew in whole north Waziristan for safe movements of the army convoys, but in spite of curfew the security forces convoys confronting with remote control bomb and militants attacks on time by time.

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The strike took place in the district of North Waziristan
The strike took place in the district of North Waziristan
umardarazwazir is based in Peshawar, North West Frontier, Pakistan, and is a Reporter for Allvoices.
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