Punjab motorway police arrest two alleged terrorists

Suspects were carrying four sub-machine guns, 20 pistols, 50,000 bullets and 16 gun magazines.


Our Correspondent December 18, 2013
Police with arrested suspects PHOTO: FILE/ABID NAWAZ/ EXPRESS

ISLAMABAD: Two alleged terrorists were arrested by the motorway police in Islamabad on Wednesday, Express News reported.

The two individuals, 'Dameenul Rehman' and 'Muhammad Asif' were carrying four sub-machine guns, 20 pistols, 50,000 bullets and 16 gun magazines.

The weapons were hidden in various parts of the car.

The motorway police reported that the two were carrying the weapons from Islamabad to Gujranwala and Lahore.

Security forces have been striving to prevent terrorist activities across the country in the last few days.

Today, the combined efforts of a private guard and policemen foiled an attack on an Imam Bargah in Karachi. Similarly, yesterday, security forces prevented an alleged suicide bomber from causing massive damage inside Isna Ashra Imam Bargah, in Rawalpindi.

COMMENTS (13)

Fateh Mohammed | 7 years ago | Reply

@ Umer : Is purveyor of hatred without limitation and has apparently serious problems with his eyes for he sees Panjabi every where even within himself . How can one help such a characters ? He deserves some self introspection .

Arsalan Shah | 7 years ago | Reply

Faces covered. They must have been really notorious gangsters. So dangerous that Punjab Police would wet their pants should the faces be shown publicly.

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