Three suspects held in search operation in Bajaur

Security has increased in the entire agency following Mohmand blast

Our Correspondent February 18, 2017
A photo of Pakistan army. PHOTO: AFP

SHABQADAR: In the wake of the fresh wave of terror unleashed on the country security forces arrested Saturday three suspects for their alleged involvement in the Lahore bomb blast from Bajaur agency.

The arrest of two brothers, as well as a suspected facilitator in the blast, have been taken into custody.

The news was confirmed by security forces who held two brothers identified as Khalilullah and Hamidullah, while the suspected facilitator named Anwarul Haq.

Furthermore, several other residents of Village Bar Kalan of Loi Mamond have also been detained for interrogation.

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According to sources, Haq hails from the Suleiman Khel tribe and has been residing in Lahore since 2010.

Additionally, his three brothers identified as Waheedullah, Abdullah and Abu Huraira have also been arrested from Lahore, while the other two from Bajaur Agency.

The security has been increased in the entire agency following the Mohmand blast.




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