Lahore: Suspected terrorists remanded for 10 days
LAHORE: A special anti–terrorism court on Friday sent three suspected terrorists, who were arrested on Thursday on the charge of spying for Indian intelligence agency RAW, on a 10–day–remand for their identification parade. A team of investigators, headed by CIA Model Town DSP Muhammad Khalid Abu Bakar had arrested three terrorists, identified as Muhammad Fayyaz alias Phaja, Muhammad Akram alias Mian Ikram and Shahzad Bhatti, residents of villages located close to the Wagah border.
The police official submitted that the terrorists, during investigation, confessed to being involved in smuggling across the border from Pakistan to India. They further confessed that during their visits to India, they had established contacts with RAW whose officials used to help them cross the border from Gate No 139.
The terrorists confessed to having connections with the RAW officials, including Kumar, Bakhshi, Chupra, Vijay, bomb expert Mehta, Chaudhry Perteeb, Sharma and driver Maan.
Police submitted that the terrorist had also planned terrorist activities at Jamia Masjid, Bahawalpur, Mochi Gate, Lahore, Chauburji, Lahore, Jamia Masjid, Millat Chowk, Faisalabad, Mansehra, Murid Kay and Chichwatni, which the Lahore police foiled after arresting them.