ISLAMABAD – After Pakistan Air Force base attack security agencies issued warning to federal capital Islamabad and other high profile areas of country.
Security of of provincial assemblies, chief minister houses, governor houses, foreign embassies and sensitive public places and buildings put on high alert after the Peshawar incident.
Earlier, Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif arrived at Peshawar, where he visited Corps HQ and meet with troops participating in clearance operations.
Earlier, a group of 15-20 terrorists attacked the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) camp at Inqalab road in Peshawar’s Badaber area came under attack early Friday.
One group tried to engage security troops, while the other wanted to break in. ISPR release, terrorists opened fire on Base camp’s mosque and killed 16 Namazis.