Terrorists get Rs15,000 for blowing up rail track, Rs50,000 for bomb blast: CTD

Murtaza Wahab says people like Allah Dino are dangerous if they get bail: Allah Dino belonged to Sindh Revolutionary Army and was trained in Iran

By: News Desk
Published: 02:38 PM, 19 May, 2022
Terrorists get Rs15,000 for blowing up rail track, Rs50,000 for bomb blast: CTD
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The officials of the Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) while addressing a press conference in the presence of Karachi Administrator Murtaza Wahab said that terrorists blew up railway tracks for Rs15,000 to Rs20,000 and detonated bomb blasts in Karachi for Rs50,000, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.

Administrator Murtaza Wahab told the media in Karachi on Thursday that the terrorist, identified as Allah Dino, who had orchestrated the blast in Karachi’s Saddr area, was killed along with an accomplice during an operation by the CTD.

“Allah Dino was a resident of Umerkot, and he was an expert in making improvised explosive devices [IEDs],” said the CTD officials, adding that Allah Dino was trained in Iran.

Murtaza Wahab told the media that Allah Dino was first detained by the law-enforcement agencies, adding that an FIR was registered against Allah Dino and he was granted bail by the court.

“If such people get bail, they are a danger for society,” Murtaza Wahab.

The CTD officials also informed that the media that Allah Dino had also been involved in blowing up railway tracks.

“He was involved in the Karachi Saddr blast, and he exploded the bomb through a detonator,” they added.

CTD DIG Syed Khurram informed the media that the slain terrorist belonged to banned Sindh Revolutionary Army (SRA), adding that he was an expert in making bombs especially IEDs.

He said that the case of the terrorist was investigated on technical grounds, adding that the terror finance team was also working on the case.

“The terrorists carried out small attacks such as blowing up railway tracks for Rs15,000 to Rs20,000 and bomb blasts in Karachi for Rs50,000,” he stated.