PESHAWAR - Khyber Pakhtu-nkhwa, Minister for Information, Mian Iftikhar Hussain said on Monday that KP police arrested 6,236 terrorists and some 24,122 proclaimed offenders (POs) during last year - 2011.He said Kohat Central Jail and Lakki Marwat sub-jail have been handed over to army in order to convert them into detention centers for under trail terrorists. Briefing media after the provincial cabinet meeting held here with Chief Minister Ameer Haider Khan Hoti in the chair, Mian Iftikhar Hussain said the KP cabinet was told that Kohat Central Jail and Lakki Marwat sub-jail had been handed over to Pakistan Army in order to convert these jails into detention centers where under-trail terrorists could be detained and interrogated. He said after proper identification and classification of the detainees arrested on terrorism charges, the under-trail prisoners would be shifted to these detention centers. “A list of hardcore detained militants had been handed over to special branch,” he said, adding that some 107 prisoners had been shifted from Central Jail Peshawar to other jails of the province. He said the KP Government had requested the Federal Government as well as General Headquarters, Rawalpindi, to get proper permission for installing jammers to block the usage of mobile phones inside Peshawar jail.He said the KP police arrested 6,236 terrorists and some 24,122 POs in 2011. He said some 96 cases of kidnapping for ransom were registered and about 24 children were kidnapped last year whereas some 242 kidnapping cases were reported in 2010. He said the cabinet was informed that 737 officials of police and other law enforcing agencies were kicked while fighting against terrorists and other criminals in the province last year. The figures show that 138 police officials, 148 of Frontier constabulary, 45 army men and 406 civilians, were killed in 2011. He maintained that the cabinet was told that some 1430 people including 256 policemen, 118 from FC, 109 of Pakistan Army and about 947 got injured last year while fighting against terrorists.