Firing incident kills two traffic policemen in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

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    Deceased traffic in-charge Zaram Khan (Photo:n X)

    In a distressing turn of events on Thursday, Lakki Marwat district witnessed the loss of two traffic policemen, Hafeezullah and Zaram Khan, in a fatal firing incident. Zaram Khan, critically injured, succumbed to his injuries at the hospital, while his colleague tragically lost his life on the spot. The assailants’ motives remain shrouded in mystery, further contributing to the escalating law and order challenges in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has long grappled with the complex dynamics of persecution by the Pakistan Army and the persistent threat of terrorism. The province finds itself caught between the historical patronage of certain elements by the military and the growing resistance posed by these very elements. Regrettably, this has plunged the Pashtun region into a state of insecurity and devastation.

    The region has become a battleground for various interests, leading to a plethora of incidents involving firings, killings, and abductions. The local population bears the brunt of this turmoil, with reports of innocent lives being lost in the crossfire.

    Concerns persist as the Pakistan Army benefiting from the volatile situation, appropriating foreign aid under the guise of counterterrorism efforts. While Pakistan Army reaps benefits from them by appropriating dollars on the name of cubing terrorism, it continues to harbour anti-social elements to keep that inflow of foreign money intact.

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