Suicide bombers in police uniform have entered Punjab: Pak Intel
Lahore: Pakistani intelligence agencies have warned that three would-be suicide bombers in guise of security personnel and three other extremists have entered Punjab to create havoc in the province.
According to an intelligence report, terrorists could use vehicles belonging to an Army official to carry out the attack.
Following the intelligence report, the Interior Ministry has directed the concerned the authorities to beef up security in and around strategic installations across the region, The Daily Times reported.
The directives also stated that a car (white colour Toyota Corolla) belonging to an Army officer, which was stolen last month, should be recovered as soon as possible.
The intelligence report also directed senior Punjab police officials to ask the security personnel to be on the lookout for another black Toyota Corolla, which the terrorists dressed in police uniform, might use to launch an attack.
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