RAWALPINDI: A police team investigating Wednesday’s suicide attack could not get any help from the National Database and Registration Authority (Nadra) regarding the identity of the attacker.
The suicide bomber blew himself up near a vehicle of security personnel at a railway crossing at the junction of Fateh Jang and Rawalpindi on Wednesday morning, leaving two colonels of Pakistan Army and three civilians dead.
Apart from other evidence, police had collected fingers and head believed to be of the suicide attacker and sent the fingerprints and photograph to Nadra for verification.
The suspected attacker could not be identified from Nadra record, Attock’s District Police Officer Israr Abbasi told Dawn.
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