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Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Agencies launch countrywide raids

LAHORE – Country’s top intelligence agencies are on their toes, conducting massive raids to investigate the people with extremely religious or violent sectarian background besides ex-military personnel with questionable service record, it has been reliably learnt here on Monday. 
The crackdown has been launched across the country to check the activities of the elements involved in sectarian violence including ex-officials of the Armed Forces, who were either Court Martialled and dismissed from service on criminal charges in the past or they went on missing under mysterious circumstances. 

Well-informed sources said that the intelligence agencies have picked up dozens of such suspects since the deadly terror strike took place at the Pakistan Navy (PNS) base in Karachi while more arrests are expected in the days ahead. 
Police and intelligence agencies carried out a joint raid here at Guru Mangat Road in Lahore and picked up five suspects including an ex-Navy Commando in connection with PNS Mehran Airbase attack, media reports said.
However, an intelligence source said that it is premature to link the arrest with the PNS Mehran incident stating that hundreds of suspects are under surveillance.
He said that intensive investigations are underway and nothing could be established at this stage. 
‘We have picked up a good number of suspects but don’t have any proof to establish the involvement of any individual or group as far as the PNS Mehran base attack is concerned’, a senior intelligence official said. 
Reports said that the law-enforcement agencies arrested the former Navy Commando Kamran Ahmed along with his brother Zaman and three friends on the suspicion of their alleged involvement in PNS Mehran airbase attack. 
The ex-Navy commando was alleged to have been involved in providing maps and sensitive information to the terrorists. 
According to his parents, Kamran Ahmed was standing outside the main entrance of his house to see off some friends when a good number of officials from security forces, mostly in plainclothes, appeared there on several vehicles.
By: Ashraf Javed

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