ISLAMABAD - Inspector General of Police (IGP) Islamabad Bani Amin Tuesday disclosed that Capital Police had found substantial clues in the murder of former religious affairs minister Shahbaz Bhatti and Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) was allegedly involved in it. The IGP informed this to the Senate Standing Committee on Interior while ruling out the possibility of personal enmity or target killing in Shahbaz Bhattis murder and termed the incident as an act of terrorism. The police have resolved the case and have identified two suspected terrorists who had fled out of the country after committing the crime, he added. Bani Amin also said that police had already made a request for the issuance of red warrants of the suspects through Interpol and had submitted the interim challan of the case with the court of law. The Committee that met at the Parliament House under the chairmanship of Senator Talha Mahmood to discuss the law and order situation of the capital, showed its anger over the absence of Federal Interior Minister Rehman Malik in the meeting. IGP Islamabad, Chief Commissioner Islamabad, SSP (Security) and other senior officers of the Capital Police attended the meeting while Senator Nayyer Hussain Bokhari Leader of the House, Senator Dr Abdul Malik and Senator Tahir Hussain Mushhadi were among the prominent members of the Committee present there. Inspector General of Police while briefing the Committee on the issue claimed that Capital Police had resolved all cases of terrorism that occurred in the capital during the recent years. However, the police are still clueless about the twin terrorist attacks on International Islamic University Islamabad and the other one on Silk Bank, he said, adding that they had traced the whereabouts of the vehicle used in Silk Bank suicide bombing while links of the attacks on the university went beyond the borders. He further claimed that the arrest of suspects in the bank case was likely in a few days. The Committee members showed their concern that almost all suspected terrorists, allegedly involved in different terrorist activities, who were arrested by police had got acquittals from the courts. It was due to the weak prosecution system and the incapability of the police legal branch as in majority cases, terrorists got acquittals due to lack of evidence, One of the Committee members pointed out that was later admitted by the citys top cop. The IGP urged the need that laws should be amended to become the prosecution stronger and the legal branch of the police should be provided qualified legal officers to make the system tougher. Chief Commissioner Islamabad Tariq Mahmood Pirzada endorsing Committee members said that it was hard to find witnesses in state cases and the prosecution left with no option but to produce the police officials as witnesses before the court of law. The defence gets benefit of this weakness of the prosecution as courts did not consider such evidence as sufficient, Pirzada further added. He suggested that Law of Evidence should be amended in order to make it more effective and workable both for the prosecution and courts. The Committee recommended to the government to make necessary amendments in the laws concerned with special focus on laws of evidence. The Committee also recommended that registration of false cases should be made a cognisable offence and its sentence should be increased to minimum three years minimum. Further more, the Committee was informed that only 2,675 police personnel, 29 per cent out of the total strength, were doing operation duties in the capital out of its present 10,000 strength while the others were performing VIP duties. The IGP informed that the Capital Police were up till now facing shortage of 800 cops, adding that 14,000 cases were pending with the Islamabad Police for investigations.