A Pakistani officer shows seized ammunitions during a media briefing in Lahore on December 3, 2010. Pakistani police has arrested five suspects linked to the attack on a spy agency building in eastern city of Lahore last year, a senior official said. – Photo by AFP

KARACHI: Law enforcement agencies have identified the actual perpetrators behind the deadly suicidal-attacks on Shah Ghazi shrine and CID building, sources in the Interior ministry told Dawn on Saturday.

Both attacks were orchestrated by Ameerzada, the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) Karachi chapter’s chief.

Maulvi Tayyab of the banned organistaion played a pivotal role in hauling the suicide attackers to the targets for the deadly attacks.

According to the sources, these names came up after probing the arrests during the recent search operations carried out by the Karachi Police.

The sources further indicated that the Police and Intelligence agencies have speed up the campaign for the arrests of those involved in the attacks. – DawnNews

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