The case was registered against Tehreek-e-Taliban Chief Maulana Fazlullah and Spokesman Shahidullah Shahid. The case includes murder, terrorism and other charges against the accused.
Earlier, police said that Naeemullah, the alleged attacker who rammed the explosive laden pick-up into the vehicle of Chaudhry Aslam went missing seven days ago.
According to SSP Niaz Khoso, Naeemullah’s mobile phone had been shut for the last three days. Police have taken his brother Shafiqullah and one of his cousin in custody and they are is being interrogated.
Police said that a brother of Naeemullah had traveled to Peshawar in 2011 to carry out a suicide attack and had returned after one of his accomplices was arrested. Upon further investigation, police found that Naeemullah’s brother had been killed by the Taliban after his failure to carry out the suicide attack. The father of Naeemullah is running religious seminary in Banaras Colony area of Karachi; however Naeemullah got religious education in another seminary. According to police the investigation the investigations are moving in positive direction.
Police on Friday identified Naeemullah as the alleged suicide bomber who attacked Chaudhry Aslam. He was a resident of Banaras Colony in Karachi and his father runs a mandrassah (seminary) in the area.
SP CID Chaudhry Aslam who was considered one of Pakistan’s bravest policemen was martyred along with his driver and guard in a bomb blast in Karachi on Thursday. The Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan claimed responsibility for the attack.