Karachi police detains four suspected militants

KARACHI: Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) on Friday claimed to have arrested four militants allegedly trained in Afghanistan from the Korangi and Orangi areas of the metropolis.


The suspected militants were allegedly involved in the killings of security personnel and members of the Shia community including other terror acts.

The police official claimed that the arrested individuals were ‘experts’ in the manufacture of improvised explosive devices (IED) and suicide jackets.

“They carried out targeted killings of Shias and security personnel,” added the officer.

Shaikh also claimed the four had been trained in Afghanistan, recruited militants and fought against the Pakistan Army.

Police claimed to have recovered a suicide jacket, four hand grenades, pistols and phones from their custody.