Terrorists kidnapped army soldiers in Pakistan, know what happened to ATM cards and IDs?

Peshawar: Unknown terrorists kidnapped three soldiers of the paramilitary Frontier Corps in Tank district of the troubled Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province in Pakistan on Tuesday. Police has given information about this. The soldiers were going from Sor Qamar FC post to Tank market in a car when the terrorists stopped them at a checkpoint. The terrorists had blocked the blockade between Kot Azam and Kot Qila area to carry out their purpose.

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Soldiers were going home on leave
The terrorists took three soldiers with them from the blockade place and handed over their ATM cards and identity cards to the car driver. Pakistani soldiers had rented this car, whose driver was a civilian. The car driver told that the soldiers were going home on leave at the time of kidnapping. The car driver has handed over the belongings of the soldiers to the FC authorities in Corps Qila.

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TTP had kidnapped the workers
Last month, in Tank district itself, Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) terrorists had kidnapped at least 13 workers. Police had freed 9 workers within a few hours while four workers are still hostage.

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Police said that the banned terrorist organization TTP had released a video on July 3 in which the four workers were requesting Punjab Chief Minister Maryam Nawaz to ensure their release and were saying that their lives were in danger. The media unit of the Pakistani Army said that earlier this month, security forces had killed 9 terrorists in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.