Police forces arrested two terrorists in Hangu operations
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Regional counter-terrorism department has arrested two terrorists involved in extortion for providing monetary help to anti-state elements from Hangu in separate operations, sources said.
They said the CTD got a tip-off that a terrorist Abdullah Naqsh from Orakzai had been raising money for a terrorist organisation by forcing the people to pay funds. He was wanted to Paharpur police of Peshawar and was held from Sara Mela Samana hilly resort area of Hangu.
In another operation, Arif Ullah, son of Mohammad Wali, was rounded up from Sagerh Jokhar Bazaar, Hangu, where he was extorting money from the businessmen for terrorism purposes, said the sources.
They were moved to an unknown location for interrogation. The sources claimed that more arrests of their accomplices were expected soon.
The police seized a cache of foreign-made weapons and other items from a car on the Indus Highway which were being smuggled from Peshawar to Waziristan via Kohat on Thursday.
Addressing a press conference, DSP Sanobar Shah said they stopped a suspicious car (BA-1685) and on search found 30 Kalashnikovs, two light machineguns, two grenade launchers, 30 chargers of AK-47, four night vision binoculars and spare parts of different weapons.
They also arrested the alleged smuggler identified as Qari Sabit Ullah hailing from Afghanistan and registered a case against him.
The students of Cadet College Kohat (CCK) shined in the Secondary School Certificate examinations 2020 under the points based policy of free promotion by the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Kohat.
According to the government policy of free promotions on the basis of points of last exams, Cadet Wajahat Hanif got 1,068 marks and stood first, cadet Hamza Rehman second with 1,058 marks and cadet Mohammad clinched third slot by obtaining 1,056 marks.
Addressing a press conference, the board chairman said that overall 78,883 candidates appeared in the examination of which 77,798 passed the exams with the pass percentage of 98.62.
The first testing laboratory and vaccine bank for cattle and pet animals were inaugurated in a veterinary hospital in Orakzai the other day.
Adviser to the chief minister on excise and taxation and focal person for tribal areas, Ghazan Jamal, inaugurated the vaccine bank and the lab.
Deputy director Ikram Ullah and elders also attended the function.