CTD arrests alleged terrorist in Peshawar
PESHAWAR: The Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) on Wednesday claimed to have rounded up an alleged terrorist affiliated with the proscribed organisation.
The arrested terrorist identified as Sajid was arrested from the general bus stand.
The accused was wanted to police in a case related to attacks on a police party in 2008. Rs 0.5 million head money was also placed on his arrest.
Earlier on June 10, officials of Counter-Terrorism Department had claimed to have arrested six alleged facilitators of a banned outfit from different cities in Punjab.
The CTD officials said that the facilitators were involved in raising funds for a militant outfit and added that receipts worth millions of rupees and banned literature were recovered from their possession.
The arrested facilitators were identified as Aurangzeb, Usman Zia, Ikram, Hussain, Aftab, and Abdul Jabbar.
The officials further said that CTD police, on a tip-off, arrested the facilitators form Dera Ghazi Khan, Faisalabad, Gujranwala, Multan and Rawalpindi.