KARACHI The Special Investigation Unit (SIU) of Sindh police claimed to have arrested two activists of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) and recovered a Kalashnikov, a pistol and two hand grenades. SIU claimed that the alleged operatives of TTP left Swat due to the operation and went underground in different areas of Karachi. SIU Chief,SSP Raja Umer Khattab said that one of the accused named Roshan Iqbal was arrested from Abidabad, Landhi. Iqbal has confessed to be involved in militancy in Khawazakhela, Swat while police party recovered a Kalashnikov and two hand grenades from his possession. Roshan Iqbal was associated with Commander Idrees group of Maulvi Fazlullah and killed five NGO workers and injuring two others by targeting their vehicle using an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) in Lund area. Iqbal has also confessed to have looted a cash van of a local bank and transferred all the money to Commander Idrees. The culprit during the course of investigation told that he also slaughtered two Shahzad and Sultan over suspicion of being an informer and also torched four government schools. Their leaders had ordered them to flee from the area due to the army operation, he told, adding that scores of TTP men currently were hiding in Karachi and working as labourers. In another raid, SIU Police arrested an alleged TTP man, Afzal Khan alias Neray from PIB colony and recovered a TTP pistol from his possession. The alleged militant hails from Buner and was a TTP Commander of Chagharzai in Swat. He confessed to have destroyed 11 schools in the area. Afzal Khan alias Neray also torched and destroyed homes, shops, Gagra Police Station and police picket Shaheedi sar.