ISLAMABAD The city police on Wednesday claimed to have apprehended three accomplices of Faisal Shahzad, the main accused of botched Times Square bombing in America. Police said the alleged terrorists belonged to Tahreek-i-Taliban (TTP), a banned militant outfit. The alleged terrorists were arrested within the jurisdiction of Sihala police station. They introduced Faisal Shahzad to main leadership of TTP including its chief Baitullah Masood. They had also provided financial aid of (thirteen thousands US dollars) to Faisal Shahzad for carrying terrorism activities in United States of America, Deputy General of Islamabad Police (DIG) Bani Ameen said. Police also claimed to have recovered maps of Times Square, Pakistans parliament building and president house. A laptop, 5 CDs and provocative Jihadi literature were also recovered from the car, bearing registration number (LYL-8485), of alleged terrorists. The accused were identified as Muhammad Shoib Mughal, Muhammad Shaid and Hanbal Akhtar. Police said that accused Shoib Mughal was a class-fellow of Faisal Shahzad and both had stayed in a same room for several months in America. Talking to TheNation, Station House Officer (SHO) Inspector Arshad Ali of Sihala police station said that three alleged terrorists had been arrested three days ago and subsequently police produced them before the Anti Terrorism Court, which sent them on judicial remand. A spokesman for Islamabad police said that the nabbed accused got Jihadi training from Talibans training centres and they also sent three fidayeen (suicide bombers) to Muzaffarabad- capital city of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, where they had carried out a suicide bomb blast. He said that alleged terrorists were in the list of missing persons as police had registered FIRs against their kidnapping on the complaints of their relatives. Supreme court had also taken a suo moto action for their recovery. Following the court directions police have been in struggle to find out the whereabouts of these people and finally we got a tip-off that these people were involved in terrorism activities, police spokesman added. Inspecter General of Islamabad police Syed Kaleem Imam said, due to effective security measures taken by police they have arrested more than one hundred terrorists, which is utter appreciable, IGP added. It is worth mentioning here that more than one dozen people have so for been picked up by Pakistani law-enforcement agencies in connection with Faisal Shahzad, who is accused of trying to explode a car bomb in New Yorks Times Square in first week of May, currently facing trial in American court.