On Friday, authorities in Pakistan made several arrests in connection with the incident. It is believed that a group of militants belonging to the so-called Islamic State terrorist organization carried out the attack on February 16 at the Lal Shahbaz Qalandar shrine in Sehwan Sharif. The incident sparked widespread outrage and was one of the nation’s deadliest ever. Pakistani security forces have now detained several suspects who are believed to have been involved in the attack’s planning and execution after a prolonged manhunt. We will examine in greater detail in this article the circumstances surrounding their arrests and the ways in which they may contribute to the pursuit of justice for the harrowing victims of this tragedy.
The suicide bombing that took place on Monday in a mosque in the northern city of Peshawar, Pakistan, and resulted in the deaths of more than 100 people has resulted in the arrest of a number of suspects by police in Pakistan. The suicide bombing that took place in the mosque in Peshawar and resulted in the deaths of more than 100 people.
One of the most deadly terrorist attacks in Pakistan in recent memory occurred on Monday. The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack, claiming that it was retaliation for the Pakistani army’s ongoing battle with the group in Pakistan’s tribal regions.
The attack has been condemned by Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, who has pledged to continue the fight against terrorism. Additionally, he announced a three-day period of mourning for the attack’s victims.
More than 100 people were killed on Monday when a suicide bomb exploded in a mosque in the northern city of Peshawar, Pakistan, killing several suspects. Pakistani officials and the international community have condemned the attack.
Numerous suspects have been apprehended in connection with the bombing since it occurred. Specialists are as yet researching the full degree of their contribution, however obviously they assumed a part in completing this lethal demonstration of psychological warfare.
The people of Pakistan are reeling from this heinous act of violence, and our thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their families at this trying time. We will continue to collaborate to combat this shared threat, and we will do so in solidarity with the people of Pakistan in their fight against terrorism in all its forms.
Moazim Jah Ansari, the Inspector General of Peshawar Police, previously stated that authorities believe a suicide bomber used 12 kilograms (26.5 pounds) of explosives.
Moazim Jah Ansari, the inspector general of Peshawar Police, had earlier stated that authorities believe a suicide bomber used 12 kilograms (26.5 pounds) of explosives in the attack on a mosque in Pakistan that resulted in over 100 deaths.