`Terrorists may attack foreign nationals in Lahore, Islamabad`
Islamabad: The Pakistan Crime Investigation Department has said that an unknown militant group, Fidain Jihad, is planning to carry out terrorist attacks in Lahore and Islamabad.
A circular issued by the department in Punjab said the militant group has assigned its trained fighters to target foreign nationals, offices and foreign missions in both the cities.
According to the circular, the code names of four alleged terrorists are Qari Nasrullah, Alamzeb, Sardar Khan Mujahid and Hidayatullah.
It further disclosed that one suicide bomber of this group will particularly target minorities, The News reports.
Meanwhile, the law enforcement agencies in the country have been directed to make foolproof security arrangements to foil any terror plot.
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