PESHAWAR: The banned terrorist outfit Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (Jamaatul Ahrar) on Thursday released the images of the suicide bomber who had blew him off at the Wagah border, killing over 60 people including three Rangers personnel, ARY News reported.
Wagah suicide attack
WAGAH: Despite the killing of 60 innocent people, terrorists still stand defeated in their bid to shake the morale of the nation as a large number of citizens gathered at the Wagah border on Tuesday to pay a tribute to their armed forces, ARY News reported.
PESHAWAR: After Jundullah, newly emerged militant group Jamat ul Ahrar has also claimed to have waged the Wagah suicide attack, ARY News reported.
KARACHI: The entire political leadership of the country has strongly condemned the Wagah suicide attack, which has so far claimed 55 innocent lives, ARY News reported.