Investigators link Lahore bomb blast to enemy country’s underworld mafia

By: News Desk      Published: 11:36 AM, 29 Jun, 2021
Investigators stand near the site of a bomb blast in Lahore
Investigators stand near the site of a bomb blast in Lahore.–AFP (File photo)

The connection of Dubai underworld has revealed in the Johar Town, Lahore bomb blast as some enemy country’s underworld operatives were in contact with the main suspect of the blast - Peter David, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.

Sources revealed to 24NewsHD on Tuesday that the investigators found evidence of the involvement of an enemy country’s underworld operatives who are active in Dubai, in the Lahore blast. It was discovered that the underworld mafia people of an enemy country presently incarcerated in Dubai jails contacted Peter Paul David. 

David was languishing in Dubai jail when the enemy country’s underworld mafia got him released from jail.

Sources further revealed that like David, the underworld operatives had also got released seven more prisoners from the Dubai jail. 

The law enforcement agencies have started their hunt for another seven Pakistanis who were released from Dubai jail with the help of the enemy country’s underworld mafia

Yesterday, Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar said that a foreign intelligence agency was involved in the Johar Town blast and Punjab Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) arrested the mastermind and culprits within four days.

See Also: Foreign spy agency, 10 Pakistani nationals involved in Lahore blast: Buzdar

Buzdar said three people including a policeman and a child were killed and around 20 were injured in Lahore blast and even injured are still being provided medical treatment.

Punjab government launched the investigation after 16 hours of the Lahore blast and CTD with utmost professionalism arrested the perpetrators of the blast including the accused women as all the evidence has been collected against the accused people.

Punjab IG Inam Ghani said that around 10 Pakistani nationals were involved in the Lahore Johar Town blast and a Joint Investigation Team (JIT) was made to probe the blast perpetrators.

“Terrorist wanted to target a police picket,” Punjab’s top cop said.

“We have traced the local and international characters and traced the whole network within hours,” he said.

Reporter Irfan Malik