SEHWAN – The number of arrests now reaches to five as three more alleged facilitators in connection with Lal Shahbaz Qalandar shrine blast have been nabbed in ongoing combing operation.
Law enforcement agencies have conducted operations along the borders of Sindh and Balochistan arresting three alleged facilitators after a suicide bombing at the shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar on Thursday claimed 88 lives and wounded over 200.
All three captured suspects, Habib, Aziz and Hafeez, belong to Hafeez Barohi group and were tasked to organise Daesh in Sindh, reported Dunya News.
Earlier, two alleged facilitators named Munir Khan and Aziz Jamali, of Sehwan Sharif suicide bomber were held in Johi area who were revealed to be members of the district council of Dadu on behalf of Pakistan People’s Party.
Meanwhile, in another key development regarding the suicide attack, security agencies have identified the alleged bomber using a CCTV footage.
Chief Minister of Sindh, Murad Ali Shah has said that the provincial government is 99 percent sure of him being the attacker.