The militants opened indiscriminate fire on a security post located at the ASF academy in Bitai Abad, near the Jinnah International Airport which had been cleared of militants after fierce clashes between forces and terrorists on Monday.

The army's press wing said there were three or four attackers on motorbikes while an ASF spokesman said there were two.
"Two people came towards the ASF (Airport Security Force) checkpost and started firing," Colonel Tahir Ali, a spokesman for the ASF told reporters.
"Nobody has been killed or injured," he added.
Army spokesman Major General Asim Bajwa said three to four assailants were involved.
"3-4 terrorists fired near ASF camp, ran away. No breach of fence, no entry. Chase is on, situation under control," he tweeted.
Airport operations were resumed after temporarily being suspended for the second time in as many days.
The attackers failed to penetrate the security cordon and managed to flee into nearby congested residential areas.
The ASF spokesman said the incident had been played up and dismissed reports about five terrorists entering the base camp and engaging the security forces.
"The fact is that two men on a motorcycle came this morning to gate D of our camp and fired on two lady ASF officials on duty there but as soon as our forces retaliated and took positions after a brief exchange of fire they fled into the neighbourhood of Pehalwan Goth," Ali said.
"The Pakistan army is also carrying out surveillance from helicopters and the situation is under control. The Jinnah international airport is in control of the authorities," he said.
A spokesman for the Pakistan International Airlines said flight schedule had been disrupted as passengers and visitors to the Jinnah airport were evacuated to safe locations after the attack at the ASF camp this morning.
"Some flights were disturbed and a foreign airline flight to Dubai couldn't take off on time due to the disturbance but now the airport and runaway is under total control of security forces and operations are getting back to normal," he said.
Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) claimed responsibility for the attack.


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