QUETTA, Pakistan (AP) – Pakistani police say investigators have identified the suicide bomber who attacked an election rally in the country’s southwest past 7 days, killing 149 persons, including a applicant collaborating in the July 25 elections.
Senior law enforcement officer Aitzaz Ahmad Goraya claimed Friday that alleged attacker Hafeez Nawaz and his household lived in the southern Sindh province.
The breakthrough in the investigation will come times soon after Nawaz in a horrific July 13 attack allegedly killed Siraj Raisani and 148 other people in Mastun, a town in Baluchistan province.
The Islamic Point out team claimed obligation for the assault.
Goraya explained Nawaz and his brother were being users of IS-connected Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, a Sunni extremist group that has killed 1000’s of minority Shiites and protection forces in bomb and gun attacks because 1980s.