For­eign hand in rail­way track blast can’t be ruled out: Rind

Pakistan Observer - - NATIONAL -

HY­DER­ABAD—Deputy In­spec­tor Gen­eral of Po­lice Hy­der­abad Khadim Hus­sain Rind has said that the pos­si­bil­ity of the for­eign hands can not be ruled out in the blast oc­curred on main rail­way track near Tando Jam caus­ing de­rail­ment of nine car­riages of a freight train.The en­e­mies of Pak­istan al­ways en­gaged in desta­bil­is­ing the coun­try and cre­at­ing un­rest among the coun­try­men, how­ever, their ne­far­i­ous de­signs will be foiled by law en­for­c­ment agen­cies with the co­op­er­a­tion of peo­ple, DIG said this while talk­ing to me­dia af­ter at­tend­ing the re­cep­tion of Hy­der­abad Cham­ber of Small Traders and In­dus­try here on Tues­day. He said the pre­lim­i­nary in­ves­ti­ga­tion into the in­ci­dent re­vealed that two ex­plo­sive de­vices were fixed at the track which up­rooted it ma­jor por­tion. The Po­lice also found a pam­phlet of an un­known or­ga­ni­za­tion from the spot, he added.In the past, such types of pam­phlets from the spots of blasts at the rail­ways track were also found, he said adding that the re­cent in­ci­dent took place af­ter a long pe­riod. Ma­jor­ity of the cul­prits who in­volved in such type of blasts were al­ready booked by the Po­lice.—APP

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