CID arrests three Al-Qaeda linked militantsinvolved in Shia Killing

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Pakistan
Friday, 14 February 2014

raja umerThe CID has arrested three men associated with an organisation working under notorious terrorist group Al-Qaeda in Karachi.

The men — Junaid Alam, Armaan and Hassan — are said to be associated with Ashaab, a group working for Al-Qaeda.

Explosive material and a large quantity of ammunition was also recovered from the suspects’ possession.

Raja Umar Khattab, Inspector of CID's anti-terrorism cell, said the men were active at the University of Karachi and in private universities across the country's financial capital from where the group recruits religiously-inclined students.

The group, whose chief is currently in Waziristan, carries out its activities in Karachi, Khattab said, adding that the arrested men did not employ mobile phones in their operations.

Khattab said that of the different groups engaged in targeted killings in Karachi, the Ashaab group was chiefly involved in sectarian attacks and also in targeting police mobile vans.

He said the arrested suspects were involved in major terrorist activities in the city in the past two years. But Raja Umar Khattab forgot to disclose the Saudia Arab funding and affiliation of these Takfiri terrorists with Jamaat-e-Islami (mother of terrorism) in Pakistan.

Its pertaining to mention here that the Activists of Jamaat-e-Islami's sister organization Islami Jamiat Talba (IJT) were involved in Al-Qaeda linked group Ashaab in Karachi University with patronage of Karachi University Jamaati teachers.

The committed remote control blast on Shia prayers held at Karachi university few years back and attack on Rangers Mobile, and killing of Shia students of Karachi University.

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