The RAW-supported intelligence network responsible for the bombing in Lahore’s Johar Town has been dismantled by Pakistan’s intelligence services. Three individuals were murdered in the bomb that happened in June of last year close to Hafiz Saeed’s home.
The attack’s mastermind and its facilitators have been detained, according to Federal Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah Khan, who spoke during a news conference earlier today in Islamabad.
Sami-ul-Haq, the principal culprit, was captured by intelligence authorities in Balochistan. He admitted to carrying out the bombing on RAW’s instructions over the course of the inquiry.
Sami stated that RAW paid him $800,000 to assassinate Hafiz Saeed. Due to intense security, he was unable to drive the car carrying explosives to Hafiz Saeed’s home. He then left the automobile in a handy spot and lit it on fire.
The Minister criticised India for supporting terrorism in Pakistan while claiming that Pakistan was responsible for terrorist attacks in India on every international platform.
He pledged to expose India at the upcoming UN conference, claiming that terrorism was to blame for the deaths of Pakistan’s law enforcement officials and civilians.
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