LAHORE : Lahore Police has beefed up the security in the city as it is feared that terrorist network that has been able to pentarate inside the city premises might strike again as facilitators of attack are still at large
Following the suicide attack near the census team vehicle at Bedian Road, Defence on Wednesday, the city police once again have beefed up security arrangements across the provincial capital on Thursday.
City police also finalised security arrangements and deputed more officials, including Dolphin Force, PRU, Mujahid Force and other law enforces, to avoid any untoward incident across city. A massive search operation, in various areas, was also launched to hunt the terror suspects.
Police high-ups have deputed snipers on rooftops of buildings located adjacent to important public places such as religious places, government installations, buildings and offices in the city.
However, sources have also confirmed that intelligence agencies once again forwarded its reports to the concerned authorities, in which they expressed fear about more attacks and information about the assets of terrorists in the city.
It is pertinent to mention that earlier, before any act of terrorism, the intelligence agencies had submitted their reports to the authorities concerned about fear of terrorist in the city.
On Wednesday, a suicide bomber attacked the army men and census team vehicle at Bedian Road. Seven people, including five army men and two civilian died while several were injured.