Terrorists are trying to disrupt peace in Islamabad: Rehman Malik.—File photo

ISLAMABAD: The city police on Thursday foiled a terrorism bid when it arrested two suspects and seized heavy arms and ammunition from their vehicle, DawnNews reported.

According to police officials, Shah Zaman and Mohmammad Shafiq were trying to transfer heavy arms by hiding them in a vehicle.

Police recovered 12 Kalashnikovs, seven pistols, three rifles, five binoculars and 1000 rounds when it was searching the vehicle at a check post in the area of Golra.

The suspects were shifted to a police station and an investigation was under way, said the official.

Meanwhile, Interior Minister Rehman Malik warned that the leadership of the Awami National Party (ANP) could be targeted in Karachi.

Talking to journalists outside the Parliament House, Malik said terrorists were trying to disrupt peace in Islamabad.

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