CTD arrests terrorist, his facilitator in DG Khan
LAHORE (92 News) – The Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) on Thursday conducted an operation on intelligence report in Dera Ghazi Khan and arrested a terrorist and his facilitator.
According to the reports, arrested terrorist was identified as Jamshaid. The CTD personnel also recovered hand grenades, maps and sensitive documents used for terrorism from his possession.
It was reported that Jamshid was associated with the banned outfit of Lashkar-e-Jhangvi. It also said that two more persons, Farrukh and his father, were arrested on information gathered from Jamshaid.
Reportedly, Farrukh and his father were involved in providing funds to banned outfits. It further said that the arrested terrorist was planning to target law enforcement agencies in Dera Ghazi Khan.
Ali Raza Abidi murder case: CTD arrests four target killers
Earlier, the Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) police on Monday claimed to have apprehended four target killers in former Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) lawmaker Syed Ali Raza Abidi’s murder case.
Updating about the major development in Ali Raza Abidi’s murder case, CTD’s Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Naveed Khawaj informed that they had arrested at least four suspects, who were involved in the target killing, from different areas of Karachi.
The police officer also said that geo-fencing helped detect a suspect, Farooq, who was arrested today in the metropolis. Farooq identified three more suspects involved in the murder.
Naveed Khawaj said that the police on the identification of Farooq, conducted raids in Kharadar and other areas and took all the three suspects into custody. He said that the suspects were identified as Ghazali, Haseeb and Aboubakar.
The CTD official said that Farooq’s brother Mustafa alias ‘Kali Chiran’, Faizan and Husnain were at the large. He said that that the suspects killed the MQM-P leader after the 22 weeks long planning. The police official said that Bilal was included in the shooting team established for Abidi’s murder.