Two terrorists arrested in Islamabad, says police

Terrorists were allegedly planning a massive attack in capital.


Express August 29, 2011

ISLAMABAD: Two terrorists, allegedly planning a massive attack in the capital, were arrested from Islamabad on Monday, reported Express 24/7.

Express 24/7 correspondent Sohail Chaudhry reported that the Islamabad police shifted the terrorists to an undisclosed location, and are investigating into the tip-off received about the attack.

Earlier, police in Islamabad and security agencies claimed that they foiled a terrorist plan in the city by arresting five suspected terrorists. A suicide vest and hand grenades were also seized, the police said.

Police officials claimed that the suspects were planning to attack a Friday congregation in Islamabad on Jumatul Widah and were waiting for the suicide bomber to arrive from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

Security forces in Dera Ismail Khan on Monday also claimed to have foiled two terror plots after arresting two people, including one suspected suicide bomber.

COMMENTS (1)

Maria | 10 years ago | Reply

Congratulations to our security forces! We should celebrate their successes more!

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