Data Darbar blast facilitator on physical remand

Published May 24, 2019
The CTD personnel produced Mohsin Khan, the suspect, before the court and sought his 20-day remand. — Reuters/File
The CTD personnel produced Mohsin Khan, the suspect, before the court and sought his 20-day remand. — Reuters/File

LAHORE: An anti-terrorism court on Thursday granted 20-day physical remand of an alleged facilitator of Data Darbar suicide attack to the counter terrorism department (CTD).

The CTD personnel produced Mohsin Khan, the suspect, before the court and sought his 20-day remand for investigation. The court allowed the request and granted physical remand of the suspect to the CTD.

At least 12 people, including five policemen, had lost their lives when a suicide attacker blew himself up near a police vehicle parked outside the Data Darbar.

Published in Dawn, May 24th, 2019

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