Islamabad, Mar.30 (ANI): Pakistan has pointed towards a probable foreign involvement in the attack on the police training camp in Lahore earlier today.
Pakistan Prime Minister's Advisor on Interior Affairs, Rehman Malik said the attack has been carried out by the jihadi outfits and a foreign hand could not be ruled out.
"Today's incident is part of terror wave exists in the country which begun from NWFP. This is an attack against country's sovereignty," The News quoted Rehman, as saying.
Rehman said that the attack was well planned and organized and it appears that the attackers were during the Afghan jihad.
He confirmed that at least ten militants were still present inside the police training facility.
Meanwhile, the death toll in the attack has risen to 25 and more than 90 police personnel have been injured so far.
Images of a suspected militant being nabbed by the security forces also appeared on government television, but there is no official confirmation about the report.
Curfew has been imposed in Manawan in Lahore with the gunbattle between the militants and commandos of Pakistan Army, Rangers still going on. (ANI)