Mansehra (Nisar Khan): At least 22 people have been killed as unknown armed men opened fire on three buses in Naran area of Mansehra district in North Western Pakistan on Thursday. According to initial reports, the attack was one of the latest episode of sectarian killings in the country. Eyewitnesses told police that three armed men separated 22 passengers from others after checking their identity cards. They said they had seen over dozen bodies on the sport. The bodies have been taken to Mansehra. Gilgit-Baltistan Chief Minister Mehdi Shah had ordered authorities to fly the bodies to their villages through helicopter. He chaired a meeting over law and order and directed police to make strict security arrangement on the sensitive points of roads. Hundreds of people have been killed in sectarian related terrorist attacks in the country during the last few years.
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