Pakistan politician killed in bomb attack
November 4 , 2012
A bomb attack in Pakistan’s northwest Buner has killed a local anti-Taliban politician and three of his guards.
Fateh Khan, an ex-leader of the secular Awami National Party (ANP), was killed on Saturday his car left a gas station.
It is not yet clear if he fell victim to a suicide attack or to a bomb placed on a motorcycle. Five people were also injured due to the attack.
Buner was largely freed from the control of Taliban militants three years ago.
According to Pakistan's Express Tribune, Khan was a former ANP leader who had recently joined the Qaumi Watan Party.
He was also the head of a local tribal anti-Taliban force.