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 GEO Pakistan
 Jihadi outfits, foreign elements may be involved in Lahore attack: Malik
 Updated at: 1100 PST,  Monday, March 30, 2009
Jihadi outfits, foreign elements may be involved in Lahore attack: Malik ISLAMABAD: Interior advisor Rehman Malik said security put on high alert across the country and more contingents of Rangers have been sent to Manawan.

In an exclusive chat with Geo News, Malik said jihadi outfits and foreign element could involve in the attack. Today’s incident is part of terror wave exists in the country which begun from NWFP. This is an attack against country’s sovereignty.

Interior minister said the attack carried out those elements that want to destabilize the country. These are well planned and organized attacks and terrorists trained during Afghan jihad. Government buildings are unsafe and police not given anti-terror training.

Malik said at least 10 attackers are present in police training facility. DG Rangers and IG police also present at the scene. Security forces are vigilant and hopefully no one manage to flee and terrorists will capture alive.
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