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Pak law enforcers yet to unearth terror networks' link with Lahore attacks.

Lahore, Sep 6(ANI): Pakistan's law enforcement agencies have reportedly failed to find evidence about the terrorist networks linked to the recent terror attacks in Lahore.

According to reports, to get a lead in its investigations, the Punjab Police had even started to reinterrogate the terrorists who were already in custody.

Sources said that the personnel were hoping that they could get more information from the arrested terrorists about future plans, The Dawn reports

They also claimed that during previous investigations, the arrested terrorists had revealed future plans, including more than 20 targets within the provincial capital.

At least 35 people were killed, and over 250 injured in last Wednesday's suicide bombing near the Karbala Gamay Shah, the most revered Shia shrine in Lahore.

Suspected terrorists had targeted a Shia procession with three back-to-back explosions within half hour. (ANI)

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