KARACHI - The Crime Investigation Department (CID) of the Sindh Police has claimed to have arrested a notorious terrorist of Lashkar-e-Baloc-histan involved in various high profile cases of terrorism. The accused identified as Abdul Qadir Kalmati, allegedly came to Garden area of the city when CID police arrested him on a tip-off. He was planting a explosive device near the boundary walls of Garden police headquarters at the time of arrest, police officials said. CCPO Karachi Saud Mirza in a press conference at CID Office disclosed that the accused confessed his involvement in many attacks on government properties. The police recovered one TT pistol and a bomb having one kilogram explosive. During the course of investigation accused pointed out the store of explosives and their hiding place where the police raided and recovered 107 explosive sticks, four electronic detonators, anti-tank mines, one BM rocket and 10 remote controls, said CID SSP Fayyaz Khan said. The security officials claimed that the criminal not only operated in Karachi but also in interior Sindh and Balochistan. Bahawal Mengal, the head of the outfit, controls the operatives from London and gives targets and financial backup to the operatives from Londan, SSP Khan said. The police sources said that the accused revealed that rallies of different political parties were among their targets. The accused confessed to have fired rockets at the walls of a mosque in Malir area on Pakistan Day. He also confessed to have planted a bomb in a motorcycle on the day of Chehlum of Imam Hussain. Many police officials and mourners had been killed in that bomb blast. The criminal along with his accomplices had also targeted Shah Latif and Saudabad police stations. The group had also fixed an explosive device at National Bank, Naval Colony in Maripur. Saud Mirza said Lashkar-e-Balochistan group also linked with other banned organizations including Sindh Liberation Army (SLA) and Baloch Liberation Army.