The security guards stationed at the Prime Minister’s residence were unaware of where the suspect entered.
According to a media source, an Afghan man who broke into Pakistani Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s official residence on Saturday was apprehended and given to the Counter Terrorism Directorate for interrogation.
The security guards stationed at the Prime Minister’s residence were allegedly unaware of where the suspect entered, The News International newspaper reported.
“The suspect was immediately taken into custody by the Counter-Terrorism Department of the Islamabad Police and has been shifted to an unknown place,” the report said, quoting sources.
According to the report, the security authorities have obtained the suspect’s CCTV footage and are attempting to determine how the suspect entered the highly-secured PM House.
The police and other security agencies were beginning the suspect interrogation to find out the reasons behind the passing into the PM’s residence.
The suspect claims to be an Afghani citizen.