Karachi – One of the four accused arrested in connection to Safoora bus massacre has confessed to the murder of social activist Sabeen Mahmud.
It was announced by Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah in a press-conference on Wednesday.
Sindh CM said police had arrested four suspects following the massacre of 46 Shias by armed assistants near Safoora Goth on May 14 and recovered seven 9mm pistols, three AK-47s, five grenades and a huge cache of explosive material from their possession.
He said during the investigation, one of the suspects named Saad Aziz confessed to killing of T2F director Sabeen, American professor Debra Lobo and several other high-profile figures in Karachi.
The suspect also confessed to carrying out attacks on police mobiles in different areas of metropolis.
Shah said that Aziz is an engineering student in a renowned university.
The suspect also revealed that the plan of Safora massacre was chalked out in Nawabshah while his group is comprised of 35 members, Shah added.
Sindh CM said the group is also involved in spreading terrorism related literature, brainwashing the people and providing them training to carry out terror attacks.