ISLAMABAD: A man arrested for the devastating attack on the bus carrying members of the Ismaili community in Karachi claimed on Wednesday that he killed T2F director Sabeen Mahmud, sources privy to the development told Express News.
Gunmen on a motorcycle shot dead the director of the popular arts center, T2F, shortly after she had hosted a seminar on the troubled region of Balochistan at her café.
On Tuesday, security agencies arrested the four masterminds behind the Safoora attack claimed the lives of 45 people. This was disclosed by Sindh chief minister Qaim Ali Shah at a press conference in Nawabshah.
I should have shared this important news in Karachi that the four people who planned, conspired and prepared the attackers have been arrested, said Shah, while speaking to the media after attending the convocation of the Peoples University of Medical and Health Sciences (PUMHS). The chief minister claimed that the arrested suspects have confessed to their involvement. He did not disclose their identities.
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