Security officials announced that Habitan Bashir Baloch, the husband of the female suicide bomber, Shari Baloch, was arrested by security agents.
Habitan Bashir Baloch, the husband of Karachi University suicide bomber Shari Baloch, was arrested by security authorities.
The Chinese ambassador to Pakistan was informed of the arrest of the suicide bomber’s husband, Habitan Bashir Baloch, according to reliable sources.
The Chinese envoy was updated on the latest developments during a session at Chief Minister’s House in Karachi, which was presided over by Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah and attended by other government officials.
Rana Sanaullah said in a statement that the federal government has told the Chinese embassy that it will fully cooperate in the investigation into the KU suicide bombing.
In his statement, he stated that Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif will convene a session to ensure that the National Counter Terrorism Authority (NACTA) is fully operational. Sanaullah stated that the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is the future of Pakistan and that its projects will serve as a watershed moment in the country’s development and progress.
As previously stated, the interior minister stated that the premier is now in contact with the provincial governments on the NACTA.
Early in the day, detectives discovered a connection between certain relatives of Karachi University (KU) female suicide bomber Shari Baloch and a proscribed student organization known as the Baloch Students Organization (BSO).
According to sources close to the investigation, it is believed that Shari Baloch joined the banned BSO through her relatives.
Several persons were killed, including three Chinese instructors working for the Confucius Institute at the University of Karachi. The incident was carried out by a female suicide bomber, Shari Baloch, who belonged to a terrorist organization that has since been delisted.