According to police officials, the search for the female suicide bomber’s accomplices in the attack on Karachi University took a new turn when the investigating team drew drawings of a lady suspected of assisting the perpetrator.
The sketches — according to the police — were created with the assistance of eyewitnesses. They also stated that the investigation into the probable suspect is ongoing.
The police have asked that anybody with information on the lady contact the law enforcement authorities (LEAs). They went on to say that the potential suspect may approach the cops herself.
According to sources, the case’s detectives are debating whether the woman was involved in the bombing or simply encountered the suicide bomber by chance. They think the suicide bomber’s alleged accomplice stole Rs500 from the driver who gave her a ride.
A vehicle explosion on the campus of the University of Karachi killed four persons, including three Chinese nationals, and injured four others last month.
It was a suicide bombing, according to the Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD), carried out by a burqa-clad lady later identified as Shari Baloch.
At 1:52 p.m., a vehicle near the Confucius Institute, a Chinese language teaching centre at Karachi University, exploded.
The Confucius Institute director Huang Guiping, Ding Mupeng, Chen Sai, and their Pakistani driver Khalid were among the Chinese nationals killed.
According to police reports, the vehicle entered the campus through the Maskan entrance.
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