LAHORE: Security agencies launched a hunt on Monday to track down the culprits behind deadly suicide bombing Sunday in which more than 70 people, including 23 children, died in Lahore.
According to our correspondent, security agencies raided the home of the alleged attacker in the area of Muzaffargarh Punjab, arresting his three brothers and some relatives.
Reports said the attacker was after forensic experts collected their remains and other evidence from the scene identified.
Today, a region of information that the incident occurred at a local police station in Lahore. The case also includes sections of the anti-terrorism act.
DG ISPR Asim Bajwa Lieutenant General said that intelligence agencies were pursuing all leads.
Dozens of people were killed when a suicide bomber blew himself up in a crowded park in Lahore where Christians were celebrating Easter.