ISLAMABAD, June 14 (KUNA) -- The security in a Pakistani eastern city was
given red alert Sunday night amid intelligence reports of a Tajik suicide
bomber, said police.
After authorities received that a Tajik suicide bomber has entered in city
of Lahore, capital of eastern Punjab province, and was planning to attack some
crowded place, security was beefed up, police sources told KUNA.
Journalists from Lahore told this correspondent that all busy and crowded
bazaars of Lahore, which remain open throughout the night, were immediately
closed and heavy police deployment was made at all entry and exit points of
The latest development came a day after anti-Taliban Allama Sarfraz Naqvi
was killed in a suicide attack. Earlier, last month a huge suicide blast hit
Rescue 15 office and killed over 24 and wounded more than a hundred others.
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