LAHORE: Railway Police on Saturday claimed to have found a remote control that they believe was used to detonate the bomb that went off at the City Railway Station on Tuesday night. Four people had died in the attack on Platform 2. According to SSP Shehzad Aslam Siddiqui, the remote was found in a flush tank. He said that the remote was no longer working but was being examined for leads. Meanwhile, 33 CCTV cameras started functioning on Saturday. There had been 17 cameras installed at the railway station, all of which were ‘out of order’ on the day of the attack. Railway police also said that they had increased the number of personnel deployed at the station.
Published in The Express Tribune, April 29th, 2012.
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