'Daesh' Militant that Assassinated 40 Cops Killed in Karachi
KARACHI: Police informed Thursday that terrorist killed last week during a police encounter in Karachi has been identified as 'Wanted Daesh Commander', involved in several attacks on Rangers and police personnel killings over 40 cops, police said.
According to Additional Inspector General Mushtaq Maher, personnel CIA Karachi and District West police carried out an intelligence-based operation in Ittehad Town and came under fire from terrorists. One of the terrorists was arrested in severely injured condition.
The terrorist was identified as Kamran Aslam alias Kamran Gujjar, a terrorist wanted for the murder of over 40 cops, several attacks on Rangers and police personnel, and bank robberies. Police said Kamran Gujjar carried a reward of Rs 2.5 million on his head.
Kamran succumbed to his injuries during treatment at the hospital, police said.
According to AIG Mushtaq Maher, Gujjar is a fully trained operational commander of the terrorist organization Daesh, and has previously been involved with Al Qaeda in the Indian Sub-continent (AQIS) in several terrorist attacks.
According to a statement by the Sindh Police, the main accused in the Safoora Chowrangi bus attack, Tahir alias Saeein, had also confessed to the Gujjar’s involvement in several terrorist attacks.
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