- Four terrorists killed, 6 people also died
- Police is running search operation in Karachi
The Balochistan Liberation Army has taken responsibility for the attack on Karachi-based Pakistan Stock Exchange. He says that all the terrorists were suicide bombers. The Karachi police and the Rangers have killed all four terrorists.
The Balochistan Liberation Army has taken responsibility for the attack on Karachi-based Pakistan Stock Exchange. Balochistan Liberation Army (BLA) Majid Brigade carried out the terrorist attack. He says that all the terrorists were suicide bombers. The Karachi police and the Rangers have killed all four terrorists.
On Monday, there was a terrorist attack on Karachi’s Pakistan Stock Exchange. Four terrorists fired in the parking area and attacked them with a grenade at the main gate. During this, two terrorists were killed in a clash with the security forces. After some time, the remaining two terrorists were also shot dead by Karachi Police and Pakistani Rangers.
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However, 6 people have been reported killed during the firing of terrorists. It consists of four guards and a policeman. Karachi Police has evacuated the entire building and a search operation is being conducted in the surrounding area. Search operation is being conducted by the Pakistani police in the nearby railway colony.
The terrorist attack in Karachi, the capital of Sindh province, is a big news, because it is also called the economic capital of Pakistan. The CCTV footage is being scrutinized by the Karachi police and the car owner is being searched. Meanwhile, the Balochistan Liberation Army has claimed responsibility for the attack.
In recent times, Balochistan Liberation Army has carried out many terrorist attacks in Pakistan. This terrorist organization is fighting for the independence of Balochistan from Pakistan. This terrorist organization came into the limelight in 2000 when it carried out serial blasts in Pakistan.