Pak court bails to Lankan cricketer attack suspect
and a personal surety while freeing him on bail. Ebrahim contended he was implicated in the case and that he had no criminal record. He said the main accused had already been granted bail by the Supreme Court and, therefore, he too had attained the statutory right of bail. The prosecution alleged Ebrahim, along with Qari Wahab alias Umar Draz, Muhammad Zubair, Naik Muhammad, Malik Ishaq, Muhammad Mohsin and Muhammad Ashfaq attacked the bus of the Sri Lankan team with AK-47 rifles, rockets and grenades.
At least six policemen were killed and as many Sri Lankan players, the bus driver and an assistant coach were injured in the attack.