Sindh announces to set up Counter Terrorism Quick Response Unit.

KARACHI -- Sindh police have announced to set up a Counter Terrorism Quick Response Unit following the militant attack at the Karachi police office (KPO), media reported on Monday.

According to details, Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) is considering to train as many as 100 officials for commando training as a measure in the wake of recent militant attacks across Pakistan.

The CTD officials said that Pakistan Bahria's Special Service Group (SSG) will be appointed to train the group of 25 individuals this month.

The CTD spokesman added that the CTD Commando Group will be the first to respond in case of any terror attack reported across the province.

It is pertinent to mention here that three terrorists from a banned militant group attacked the police chief's office in Karachi near arterial Sharea Faisal while explosions were also heard before the gunshots.

Rangers and police teams have started a joint operation against the terrorists following the armed...

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