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Two brothers of Kamra suicide bomber, retired PAF official arrested

A suicide bomber, who exploded himself during the attack on Kamra Airbase, has been identified as Faisal Shahzad, resident of Taxila, leading to the arrest of his two brothers in connection with the attack. A private news television reported on Sunday that the police had arrested 16 people, including two brothers of Shahzad and a retired Pakistan Air Force (PAF) official, during raids in various parts of Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa after the identification of the suicide bomber. “Investigation agencies have found key evidences and information from the cell phones which were recovered from the bomber,” sources said.

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  1. mukhtar said:

    This is nothing new, no terrorist can succeed in targeting any military installation in the country until and unless he has links with in the organization.We must carry out complete weeding of the personnel in all th ethree services, with the record available it should pose no problem for the agencies to trace the culprits.

  2. zardaritohell said:

    I think the ppp govt itself is behind these activities. It keeps people's attention diverted from paying attention to the poor performance of govt. A failed state indeed.

  3. Salam said:

    Please remove personnel with beard, mulvis regardless of his position in Army.
    Our Army must ban anyone who grow Beard.
    This is small step to clean our Army.

  4. balachandran said:

    could it be that RAW men have joined the armed weed out

  5. izhar Naqvi said:

    whagt must happen is the closings of all mosques inside of every base the the extreme texts that is taught to be burned…..then we shoud have a new begining

  6. Iftikhar Khattak said:

    I am also PAF Retired officer and I sure these personnel will also be hit our national installation, for which we have to take extra care. May God Blessed our Pakistan. Iftikhar Saleem Khattak CWO Rtd

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