ISLAMABAD: Praising counter-terrorism department of Sindh Police, Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan on Wednesday said the suspected culprits of Safoora carnage including the mastermind are arrested within four days of the incident.Speaking to media representatives here, he said the suspects of gun attack on Ismaili community’s bus were arrested with the assistance of security and intelligence agencies.At least 46 people including women belonging to Ismaili community were killed in the attack near Safoora Chowrangi area of Karachi last week.The same mob is involved in other recent terror acts in Karachi, he added referring to assassination of T2F owner Sabeen Mahmud and attack on Bohri community.Condemning the barbaric attack on what he termed an
WEB DESK: Shoaib Sheikh, the cheif executive of Axact has been placed on the exit control list, The FIA officials have requested that Sheikh’s name be placed in the ECL until investigation on the alleged fake degree scam is completed.Meanwhile, the Sindh Revenue Board has issued a notice to the IT-based company for evasion of taxes. According to the SRB, Axact has not shown their income details for the past two years. Out of 6,000,00 share holders only two were cleared.Tashfeen Niaz, chairman SRB will send three notices to the company in seven days. If there is no reply the board will begin their audit.
LAHORE The report of Joint Investigation Team (JIT) probing Model Town tragedy has given a clean chit to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif and provincial and federal ministers,According to the report obtained by Dunya, the blame has been put on former Superintendent of Police (SP) Security Muhammad Salman and ten police personnel.It further says that no minister of advisor of federal government had anything to do with the law and order of the province and that the allegations on Prime Minister and federal ministers are baseless.The report says that as many as two thousand to three thousand workers of Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) clashed with the police personnel and both threw stones at each other andLast Updated on Wednesday, 20 May 2015 20:04