Law enforcers rounded up the husband of the Karachi University suicide bomber, Habitan Bashir Baloch, on Wednesday.
This is the first arrest carried out by security officials as they have expanded. Sources said that Habitan Bashir Baloch is being interrogated.
The Chinese ambassador to Pakistan was apprised regarding the arrest of the suicide bomber’s husband, Habitan Bashir Baloch.
The Chinese envoy was briefed on the latest developments in a session chaired by Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah at Chief Minister’s House in Karachi.
Rana Sanaullah said in a statement that the federal government assured the Chinese embassy regarding full cooperation in the investigation into the KU suicide blast.
He said that Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif will summon a session to make National Counter Terrorism Authority (NACTA) functional.
Sanaullah said that the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is the future of Pakistan and its projects will be a milestone for the development of the country.
The interior minister said that the premier is holding consultations with the provincial governments regarding the NACTA.
The Sindh DNA Forensic Laboratory at the University of Karachi has received the DNA samples of the victims of a suicide attack at the varsity.
As per details, the bodies of the four persons killed in the blast are unidentifiable and the reason for the delay in identification is the unavailability of DNA samples of the family members of the victims.
However, the DNA of the family of the Pakistani driver was obtained.
Due to the non-availability of the Chinese teachers’ family DNA samples, the team is making attempts to obtain the samples from the items in use by the foreign teachers.