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KARACHI -- As investigation into Friday's attack on the Chinese consulate in the city got under way, police authorities on Saturday believed the three attackers were in constant touch with leaders of the banned Balochistan Liberation Army (BLA) including its exiled leader Hyrbiar Marri and 'commander' Aslam Acchu alias Miraq Baloch.
Police spokesman said that accused Sana Ullah alias Nannu and Ashraf alias Acchu were wanted to the police in a number of murder cases and the government had fixed their head money at Rs 0.5 million each.
In a case registered by the Sindh police's Counter Terrorism Department against Marri and 12 of his aides, including BLA commander Aslam 'Acchu' alias Miraq Baloch, investigators said their initial findings had shown that the attack was 'a failed and shameful attempt to harm the Pakistan-China relationship'.