The Afghan Intelligence operatives have arrested three members of the notorious Haqqani terrorist network in connection to two deadly bombings in Kabul city which left scores of people dead.
The National Directorate of Security (NDS) in a statement said three Haqqani Network members have been arrested in connection to the bombings near the German Embassy and G4S Camp in the city.
The statement further added that the three individuals identified as Eng. Sharif, and Ghulam Mustafa who are originally residents of Syedabad district of Maidan Wardak province, have confessed their role in planning and facilitating the two attacks based on their Masters’ orders who are based outside the country.
The National Directorate of Security also added that the investigations once again prove the previous information of the agency that the attacks were planned by Taliban leadership with coordination of the neighboring intelligence and were implemented by Haqqani Network cell located in Maidan Wardak province.
The assailants who carried out attack against G4S camp were trained by Mawlavi Haneef who is originaly a resident of Kandahar province and is in charge of training suicide bombers in Quetta city, NDS said, adding that the dead bodies of 4 assailants Zulfiqar, Zuhoor Ahmad, Najeebullah and Khalil Ahmad were buried in Gulistan and Kachlagh areas of Quetta.