SP among four officers killed in Quetta firing

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Unidentified gunmen on motorcycles killed four policemen in southwest Pakistan Thursday, the latest attack to target authorities in restive Balochistan province.

Getting information bout the incident, heavy contingent of police arrived at the scene and cordoned off the entire area.

The Deputy Inspector General (DIG) of Police Abdul Razzaq Cheema told that assailants targeted the vehicle of SP Quaidabad Mubarak Shah in Killi Deba area of Quetta.

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One of the victims was identified as Senior Police Superintendent Mubarak Shah.

Both described the incident as "an act of terrorism".

A breakaway faction of the Pakistani Taliban calling itself Jamaatul Ahrar has claimed responsibility for the attack.

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Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif expressed his grief over the incident.

A suicide bomber riding a motorbike on Monday blew himself up near a police vehicle in the town of Chaman, near the Afghan border, killing the district police chief and two others.

The country has been battling Islamist and nationalist insurgencies in mineral-rich Balochistan since 2004, with hundreds of soldiers and militants killed in the fighting.

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