LAHORE - The funeral of 95 people, killed in Fridays back-to-back suicide attacks on two different worship places of Ahmadi sect, was held on Saturday morning at Chenab Nagar (Rabwa). Hundreds of men and women mourned the death of their beloved ones as the bodies in coffins were lined up at the sprawling graveyard before the funeral rites at the headquarters of the Ahmadi sect, located 150 km southwest of Lahore. At least 13 more persons succumbed to their wounds overnight at different hospitals including Jinnah, Services, Sir Ganga Ram and Mayo, raising the death toll to 95. The condition of dozens of other injured is stated to be critical as they are admitted to the Intensive Care Units (ICUs) of the abovementioned hospitals. Meanwhile, police in the provincial capital arrested more than 24 terror suspects from different areas during a massive crackdown launched against the miscreants. A top police officer, requesting anonymity, said on the basis of information given by 20-year-old Abdullah, the terrorist arrested after the Fridays attack at Model Town, around seven to eight suspects were apprehended from Raiwind. Top officials in Lahore Police (Operations and Investigations) said useful information had been obtained from Abdullah, who, during investigation, had also confessed involvement in the unpardonable crime. According to reliable CIA police sources, the arrested militant had revealed that his seven accomplices attacked the worship place at Garhi Shahu while three others targeted the Model Town centre. They further told this scribe that these militants were trained in South Waziristan some months back. After imparting initial training, their mastermind shifted them to Karachi where they were further equipped with nefarious tips. The CIA sources said the militants executed the attacks with logistic support from Karachi. A case has been registered at Garhi Shahu Police Station, FIR No-233/10, against eight unknown terrorists under sections 302, 329, 186, 353, 148, 149, 227 and 304 (Explosive Act) of Pakistan Penal Code. A second FIR (206/10) was also registered at Model Town PS against two unidentified militants under sections 302, 324 and 788 (Terrorism Act). Meanwhile, Punjab Police Spokesman DIG Akram Naeem Bharoka, during a news conference, put the death toll somewhat lesser, saying 79 people, including 27 in Model Town and 52 in Garhi Shahu, were killed while 107 were injured in both the attacks. He said three terrorists have been arrested on the tip-off of arrested miscreant Abdullah. They are the residents of Miranshah and are linked with TTP, he added. The spokesman further said the main aim of these militants were to defame Pakistan across the world. Meanwhile, the leaders of Ahmadi sect have demanded the state protection after they buried their 95 of their fellows. The community has also urged the government to initiate a strict action against the militant group, which was also involved in many other terror attacks on security offices, government installations and the worship places throughout the country in recent years. It is worth mentioning that Ahmadis were declared a non-Muslim minority in Pakistan during 1970s in Shaheed ZA Bhuttos era and were prohibited from engaging in practices such as reciting Islamic prayers owing to the severe pressure from majority of the Muslims in the country.