SSP and two army officers killed in Chilas firing incident
August 6, 2013 4 Comments
According to DawnNews, unknown gunmen opened fire on a government convoy in Chilas, killing SSP Diamer Muhammad Hilal and two army officers Colonel Ghulam Mustafa and Captain Ashfaq Aziz on the spot.
Moreover, three officials were reported severely injured in the attack.
Later, a heavy contingent of police headed by Inspector General (IG) arrived at the scene to inspect the Diamer district and apprehend the culprits.
Meanwhile, Gilgit-Baltistan chief minister Mehdi Shah strongly condemned the incident, terming it an act of terror. He directed authorities to launch immediate investigations into the incident. Dawn
Views of GB Friends:
I am so horrified yet not surprised at the killing of top officials of security personnel on KKH yesterday. This is certainly a condemnable act just like other such condemnable incidents. I also condemn those who either support them, silent on this menace and also have sympathies with the killers. I also condemn those who are living in a state of denial that dimmer read Chilas has become a breeding ground and nursery for religious bigots,pagans,extremists and terrorists. Let’s gather some courage, echo the sentiments and the demand for a decisive combat to be launched in Chilas. They should straight away launch an operation to get the culprits apprehended and execute them on public chowks. if security or government cannot deal with hand fill terrorists, then They should simply take off their uniforms and go home. Allow the public to take the law in their hand and defend themselves. I pity and envy both the security agencies. Just one dozen terrorist came, attacked jail and got their companions freed. The whole country’s security apparatus became a passive and disable spectator. Shame shame on Govt, ISI and Army for their shameful defeat against few hundred terrorists. I wonder how shall we trust them, whether they can defend boundaries or not. Feeling disgusted at this pathetic situation. Feeling sorry for the lost and heart felt condolence to their families.