Karachi - Karachi police apprehended five suspects belonging to a banned outfit, Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, and recovered huge quantity of arms and explosives from their possession. CCPO Karachi Waseem Ahmed said this while addressing a press conference at CPO office here on Wednesday. The CCPO said that on Tuesday night, Karachi Police raided, on a tip-off, at Suhrab Goth near Super Market area and arrested five suspects, Muhammad Akber alias Ibrahim alias Abdullah, Sarfaraz alias Asadulah, Farid Ahmed alias Furqan, Faisal Sheikh alias Kamran and Dur M Baloch alias Bilal Baloch. The CCPO said police also seized 3 Kalashnikovs, 3 TT pistols, explosive materials, hashish, 1 stolen bike, 1 7mm rifle, 4 hand grenades, 2 kilograms ball bearing, 1 stolen car, and hundreds of bullets. The CCPO said suspects confessed that they were planning to attack Home Minister office, police head office, DIG CID office, Imambarghas, mosques, NATO suppliers offices and other sensitive spots. The accused also wanted to target police officers, who are taking action against terrorist groups, he added. The suspects further confessed that they were also involved in attacks on Security forces and NATO suppliers in northern areas. CCPO said that suspect Muhammad Akbar, a resident of Lyari, is specialist of explosive materials. He joined banned outfit Harkatul Mujahideen in 2002 and went Afghanistan to get training, while suspect Sarfaraz was used to smuggle explosive materials from Quetta and Balochistan and provide it to militants. and banned outfits. He said suspect Farid, also a member of banned outfit Hizb-ul-Mujahideen, wasly involved in killing of security forces in Wazristan with the help of Taliban militants, whereas accused Faisal Sheikh entered in militant network under the influence of Dr. Arshad Waheed, who was killed in Wana during security forces operation. The accused confessed that he wanted to kidnap some persons for ransom but was arrested by police, the CCPO added. Accused Dur Muhammad Baloch was a member of banned outfit and wanted to target sensitive office of police, said the CCPO. During the press conference, the CCPO introduced to media, family members of martyred cops, who sacrificed their lives in different Karachi operations. The CCPO announced Rs2million compensation money for said families, and allotment of one plot to each bereaved family.