ISLAMABAD - A total of 5965 law enforcement personnel and civilians lost their lives in 6104 incidents of terrorism from Jan 2010 to Oct 3, 2013 across the country.
According to figures of National Crisis Management Cell (NCMC) of interior ministry, 1732 law enforcement agencies personnel and 4233 civilians were martyred in the four provinces, FATA, AJK, Gilgit Baltistan and Islamabad.
The terrorism incidents included attack on personnel of law enforcement agencies, bomb blasts, hand grenade explosions, improvised explosive devices and mine explosions, firing of missiles and rockets,sectarian violence and suicide attacks.
According to the year wise break up, 502 law enforcement personnel and 1454 civilians were killed in 2010 in 2061 incidents while 1383 LEAs personnel and 3964 civilians were injured in the same year.
NCMC said 408 law enforcement personnel and 948 civilians lost their lives in 2011 in 1680 incidents. While 1097 LEAs personnel and 2553 civilians were injured in the same year.
Three hundred and forty seven law enforcement personnel and 816 civilians were martyred in 2012 in 1316 incidents and 727 LEAs personnel and 2619 civilians were injured that year.475 law enforcement personnel and 1015 civilians were killed till October 3 in 2013 in 1047 incidents. While 815 LEAs personnel and 3545 civilians were injured in the same period.
According to the province wise break up,in Punjab,69 law enforcement personnel and 390 civilians died in 155 terrorist incidents in four years.
In Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 566 law enforcement personnel were martyred and 1457 civilians died in 1528 incidents during this period.
In Sindh,108 law enforcement personnel were martyred and 274 civilians died in 422 incidents.
In Balochistan, 361 law enforcement personnel were martyred and 867 civilians died in 1714 incidents.
In Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA), 617 law enforcement personnel and 1355 civilians lost their lives in 2222 incidents.
About 59 law enforcement personnel and civilians lost their lives in dozens of incidents in Islamabad, Azad Kashmir and Gilgit Baltistan in four years.