Bhutto released from house arrest
At around 1pm on Wednesday, a joint team of police, army personnel and federal agents from the Home Ministry’s Intelligence Bureau arrested Bhutto.
Police later said Bhutto was on the run but did not release his full name. He was immediately arrested in Quetta, the capital of the Punjab province of Pakistan, for allegedly possessing arms.
The army and federal authorities say it is a possible indication that Bhutto’s death may be connected with the alleged links between the Haqqani network and Pakistan’s state institutions.
«He is in good condition and we are waiting 속초안마 속초출장샵for medical tests to ascertain what has happened,» a senior Army official told AFP.
«The information about his death could be related to the arrest of the Haqqani network members. His 창원안마wife has been also taken to hospital for a scan, and we are checking for any signs of injuries or poisoning.»
At the heart of the dispute over Bhutto’s arrest is a feud between the Haqqani network, which controls a network of small-sca마사지 가격le fighters in Pakistan in the tribal belt, and a political rival, Imran Khan.
In addition to attacks on Indian diplomatic missions, security forces have conducted dozens of raids and shootings of suspected followers of the militants who are fighting for the Islamic State group, who use the region as a base from which to carry out attacks on Indian soil.
At least 11 people were killed by Pakistani security forces in a separate attack on a rally in Pakistan’s eastern town of Karachi on Tuesday night that the Taliban claim as a «security crackdown».
The Pakistani Taliban statement says the police launched a «special operation» on Monday evening after «widespread firing by elements of the security forces».
The statement said police had «neutralised many terrorist organisations» and «destroyed numerous explosive devices.»
Pakistan is still reeling from two terrorist attacks last year, including the bombing in the city of Peshawar that killed more than 150 people and a blast in the remote town of Peshawar that killed more than 100 people this month.