Hunt for Ansar-us-Shariah terrorists reaches Punjab

September 8, 2017
By: Samaa Web Desk
Published in Pakistan





BAHAWALPUR: The hot pursuit of manhunt for terrorists affiliated with terror outfit Ansar-us-Shariah reached south Punjab as more educated suspected people have been rounded up.


Personnel of intelligence agencies conducted raids in different cities located in south Punjab including Bahawalpur and arrested six suspects on identification by accused Talha.

The rounded miscreants have been identified as Kashif, Ahmed Shafiq, Muhammed Abid, Salimullah, and Kamran.

Like other suspects of the terrorist organization previously arrested, these people also turned out to be highly educated as Ahmed Shafiq and Kamran are students of M.Phil, and Kashif, Muhammed Abid, Salimullah and Talha are students of Masters.

According to the sources, four of these nailed people once went to Afghanistan for militant training.

Security agencies recovered laptops, mobile phones, CDs and prohibited literature have been recovered from their possession. –SAMAA
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