8 ISIS militent held in Pak’s occupied Punjab

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Lahore, Sep 17: Pakistan police have captured eight Islamic State activists who were arranging “vast scale” fear assaults on government establishments in Punjab territory.

The Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) representative said four individuals from the psychological militant gathering were captured yesterday from Lahore, taking after a tip-off that “fear based oppressors having a place with the IS were wanting to assault government establishments on a substantial scale in Lahore and death of authorities of insight organizations.”

He said the captured men likewise had joins with “psychological oppressors who had slaughtered policemen in Lahore and Faisalabad” and they were endeavoring to trigger agitation in the territory.

CTD seized 1,600-kg explosives, wellbeing circuit and four non-electric detonators from them.

In another strike in Chan Qila Gujranwala region, around 80 kilometers from Lahore, CTD in a joint effort with insight organization authorities captured four other IS individuals.

They seized weapons and explosives from their ownership.

CTD said the captured fear based oppressors were wanting to target authorities of law requirement organizations in Gujranwala.

The Pakistani government has frequently prevented the nearness from claiming IS in the nation, yet law authorization offices have been capturing IS individuals from various parts of the nation.