KARACHI: An accused in the Safoora carnage case made startling disclosures on Monday, saying he was involved in recent attacks on Rangers commander, Dr Debra Lobo and schools.
 
An investigation officer said that one of the accused Tahir confessed killing nineteen people during the bus attack near Safoora Chowrangi, reported a private news channel.
 
Tahir also confessed that he went to Afghanistan for 'Jihad' in 1999, investigation officer told.
 
He started terror activities in 2006 and was arrested in 2007. Later, after his release, he made a group of terrorists.
 
The investigation officer told that Tahir lived in Malir, Delhi Colony, PIB Colony, Pehlwan Goth and Gulshan-e-Maymar areas of Karachi.