Police arrest 12 in Lahore attacks case

Twelve suspected terrorists were arrested in Lahore in connection with attacks on Ahmadi worship places.

Express July 05, 2010

Twelve suspected terrorists were arrested in Lahore in connection with attacks on two places of worship of a minority sect and a hospital in the city.

Deputy Chief of Police Operations Rao Sardar said the suspects have been arrested from the city's suburbs. He said a large quantity of explosives and weapons have also been seized from their custody.

The attack took place in May, when militants wearing suicide jackets burst into two places of worship of the Ahmadi community in Lahore and killed 82 worshipers.

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Mohammad Ali | 10 years ago | Reply Great job Pakistan, hang all 12 of them and hang 74 more of their groups so total will be 86 vs 86 those killed in Mosques. Why in the world you call that place of worship when they call it a mosque who gave you the right to call a place of the worship, arn't you part of the crime why you should not be hanged along them for causing more trouble for minorities. If you did not hang them then you are total fraud. I want to see them hanged in 3 days. Don't try to drag the court case for 30 years they killed 86 innocent instantly without any trial or court case so what is your duty kill them swiftly so other learn them lesson.
syed hasan ahmad | 10 years ago | Reply in a recent news about justice shareef taking suo moto notice of the killings of two christians on blasphemy charges inside the courts, it is ironical that no such action was taken against the perpetrators of may 28 attack. the head of the three member team made for the probe into the case who is perhaps the secy.health has recently said that he could not find time to start investigations yet.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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