Lahore, June 1: Pakistan Police on have arrested seven men for their alleged links to Taliban militants who attacked two mosques in the city on Friday 28 May, 2010, killing 93
people, including a British businessman.
In the attack, Sunni militants wearing suicide bomb, burst into prayer halls at the Garhi Shahu and Model Town mosques, fired gun shots and threw grenades at the worshipers.
They took all the them as hostages killing at least 93 and injuring several others.
Akram Naeem, a senior police officer in Lahore, said that after they interrogated one of the arrested suspects it was revealedthat the gunmen was involved with the Pakistani Taleban,which has staged attacks across the country for years.