Islamabad, Feb 5 : The authorities in Pakistan on Tuesday were reconstructing the severed head of a suicide bomber found at the site of an attack on a military bus that left seven people dead.
The police is confident of tracing the perpetrators of Monday's bombing which targeted army medical staff going to work in Rawalpindi.
"We found the head of the suicide attacker and experts are doing a reconstruction of his face. We have several clues but no lead yet," Rawalpindi police chief Saud Aziz told a foreign news agency.
"Joint investigation teams of civilian and military officials have started work," the Dawn quoted Interior Minister Hamid Nawaz, as saying.
According to chief military spokesman Major General Athar Abbas, the death toll in Monday's bombing had risen to seven, with 40 others wounded, including seven civilians.