Karachi: Terrorist involved in killing of 2 scouts sent into police custody till December 9

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Published in Pakistan
Saturday, 03 December 2011

karachi Terrorists of outlawed Sipah-e-Sahaba and Lashkar-e-Jhanvgi involved in the killing of two Shia Scouts on 1st Muharram at Numaish Chowrangi, was remanded into the custody of the Special Investigation unit of Soldier Bazara Police stall till 9h December.

According to the Shiite News Correspondent, the two terrorist’s named Qari Inayat s/o lal khan and Abdul Razaq s/o Zaman lal were detained by the Law enforcement agencies red
handed, when they wanted to escape from the Numaish chowrangi after killing two scouts belongs from Buturab Scouts and Pak Hyderi scout groups.

The sources in police department said that the CCTV footage of these two terrorists were matched with the attackers involved in the killing of two scouts at Numaish Chowrangi saying that we are trying to arrest other culprits involved in the killing. The remand request mentioned that his accomplices should be arrested.

The administrative judge of the Anti-Terrorism Court, Justice Faisal Arab, sent him into police custody for one week.

The judge also remanded four alleged Taliban members from the Al Badr group till December 9. Abdul Sattar Sheikh alias Chacha, Shah Fahad, Muhammad Shoaib and Nasrullah alias Mujahid were arrested by the Anti-Extremism Cell in collaboration with another intelligence agency.

The police claim to have recovered three suicide jackets, six hand grenades, 30 kilogrammes of explosives and arms from them. The police suspect that they were planning attacks on Ashura.

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