30 October, 2014 / 5 Muharram, 1436

A salute to law enforcers

Published Aug 24, 2013 08:48am

THIS letter is a salute to the gallant and valorous security forces of Pakistan which recently seized 100 tons of explosives in Quetta.

The Frontier Corps (FC), which has already lost many people fighting the war against terrorism, claimed foiling a major terror bid by seizing more than 100 tons of explosives.

Explosives in such abundance were capable of creating an apocalypse.

It was the same explosive material that was used in the Hazara town bombing.

According to officials, for the first time in the history of the country such a huge quantity of explosives has been seized and the credit goes to the dauntless law enforcers.

M.MOAZEN BILAL
Lahore


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Comments (2) Closed


Imtiaz Faruqui
Aug 24, 2013 07:28pm

Great Job ,well done, but who were the people behind it. no names

Taha Lateef
Aug 25, 2013 12:26am

Hats off to Frontier Corps.