BANNU: Jamiat-Ulema-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) leader Akram Khan Durrani’s was targeted for the second time when unknown assailants fired upon his vehicle in Bannu on Sunday.
According to police, the former K-P chief minister remained unhurt in the attack.
On July 13, a corner meeting was rocked as an improvised explosive device (IED) planted in a motorcycle some 50 metres away from the ground exploded in Bannu. The attack targeting JUI-F’s central general secretary resulted in four casualties with as many as 39 injured. Durrani, however, remained unhurt in the attack.
He is contesting for NA-35 under the Muttahida Majlise-e-Amal (MMA),
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