Four terrorists involved in Rasul Park jail attack arrested

Lahore CIA police claimed that the four suspects are a part of the al Qaeda group of Tehrik-e-Taliban.


Web Desk July 29, 2013
Two Kalashnikovs, 50 bullets and four hand grenades have been recovered from the suspects. PHOTO: AFP/FILE

LAHORE: Four terrorists responsible for the deaths of 10 wardens in an attack on a jail in Rasul Park Lahore in July last year have been arrested by the police, Express News reported.

Lahore CIA police claimed that the four suspects, Karamat Ali, Zulfikar Alim, Sohail and Abdul Hafeez are a part of the al Qaeda group of Tehrik-e-Taliban.

The suspects had killed ten wardens and injured 22 in the Rasul Park attack last year.

The suspects had also attacked military officials at Chenab River in Gujrat last year.

Two Kalashnikovs, 50 bullets and four hand grenades have been recovered from the suspects.

Results of police investigations so far have revealed that the attack on the jail wardens in Rasul Park was planned by al Qaeda commander Junaid, who headed the attack.

Further investigations are going on, police said.

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COMMENTS (2)

Sajjad | 7 years ago | Reply

They're a little oxygen thieves.

Truth Detector | 7 years ago | Reply

Please dispose them off asap. Earth needs good fertilizer !!

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