PESHAWAR: Five men suspected of involvement in the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) camp attack in Peshawar's Badaber area on Friday have been identified.

At least 42 people, including 14 terrorists, were killed as the PAF camp at Inqalab road had come under attack by Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan militants early Friday.

The 'terrorists' whose information has been released include:

Rab Nawaz

Rab Nawaz, son of Sher Dast Khan, is a resident of Swat born on Jan 16, 1995.

Details of Rab Nawaz.  — photo by author
Details of Rab Nawaz. — photo by author

Muhammad Ishaq

Muhammad Ishaq, son of Muhammad Sher Ali Khan, is a resident of Swat born on Jan 1, 1988.

Details of Muhammad Ishaq— Photo by author
Details of Muhammad Ishaq— Photo by author

Siraj Uddin

Siraj Uddin, son of Lal Mat Khel, is a resident of Khyber Agency born on Feb 10, 1984.

Details of Siraj Uddin. — Photo by author
Details of Siraj Uddin. — Photo by author
Details of Siraj Uddin. — Photo by author
Details of Siraj Uddin. — Photo by author

Adnan

Adnan, son of Nazar Band Khan, is a resident of Khyber Agency born on Aug 15, 1996.

Details of Adnan, resident of Khyber Agency.  — Photo by author
Details of Adnan, resident of Khyber Agency. — Photo by author

Ibrahim

Ibrahim, son of Moheeb Khan, is a resident of Khyber Agency born on March 10, 1988.

Details of Ibrahim. — Photo by author
Details of Ibrahim. — Photo by author

The Department of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology on Saturday collected specimens from the bodies of 14 terrorists who were killed by security forces during the attack, Dawn newspaper reported.

The specimens were to be dispatched to the Punjab Forensic Science Agency in Lahore to determine the identities of the attackers.

The Counter-Terrorism Department Khyber Pakhtunkhwa registered a First Information Report (FIR) against unknown suspects on terror charges in relation to Friday's deadly attack on the PAF camp in Badaber.

Also read: Army captain among 29 killed in TTP-claimed attack on PAF camp in Peshawar

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