The Daily Mail
ISLAMABAD-The intelligence agencies have informed the federal and provincial governments that extremists are planning for a massive attack , similar to the ones carried out in Jinnah Hospital Lahore and City Courts Karachi to secure release of their colleagues.
Sources have informed Online that all provincial governments and other concerned agencies have been warned to ensure security because the terrorists were planning for a massive attack on important personalities and sites after the havoc at Lahore on Ahmadis. Their possible targets might be religious sites belonging to minorities as well as Parliament House and Lodges.
In this connection it is learnt that the attacks would be a coordinated group activity possibly in Lahore, Rawalpindi, Islamabad, Karachi and Multan. The report also recommends that hearings of arrested terrorists be held within the jail premises to ensure security. It may be noted that sixteen hundred belong to defunct religious outfits out of the total four and a half thousand arrested terrorists.
The police have arrested eight suspected people in raids carried out in different areas of the city after Saturday’s attack at City Court. The police after arrested eight persons shifted them to some undisclosed location. The police conducted raids in the areas of Roidad Nagar and Paposh Nagar and arrested three brothers of Murtaza, who escaped from police custody.
The three brothers of Murtaza have been identified as Faisal, Qaisar and Irfan. The police have also arrested five suspected persons from areas of Baldia, North Karachi and Essa Colony. The motorcycle, which was snatched by criminals, recovered within the limits of Risala police station. Four dangerous prisoners were managed to escape at the result of attack at City Court. One prisoner Murad Shah was killed in an attempt to escape.
Meanwhile, CCPO Karachi, Waseem Ahmed has said that the terrorists escaped from the City Court would be arrested. Talking to media men here, CCPO Karachi said that several arrests have been made from different areas of the city after the attack.
He said that there is need to up-grade security of the City Court and CCTV and Walkthrough Gates should be installed in the court.
He informed that the police have received an amount of Rs. 1 billion for CCTV and these cameras would be installed in the court soon.
He said that action would be taken against police official, if negligence of any official to be found. Meanwhile, armed men murdered three persons when barged into a house in Bismillah Colony, area of Quaid-a-Abad.
According to residents of the area, three armed men entered into house of Naik Muhammad on Sunday morning and killed his father-in-law, Nazeer (70), son Nasir (18) and wife Anwari Begum. The murderers were living in the same area and managed to escape after committing the crime.
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