Karachi Terror Attack: The terrorists first threw half a dozen hand grenades in the main premises of the Karachi Police Chief Office building and then entered the premises.
Karachi: Unidentified armed terrorists attacked the police chief’s office on Friday in Karachi, the most populous city of Pakistan. After this, fierce firing started between the paramilitary forces and the attackers. Four people, including two terrorists, have been reported dead in the terrorist attack. This is the latest attack on security forces in the midst of an increase in terrorist attacks across the country. According to sources, the number of terrorists involved in the attack has not been confirmed.
A Karachi police spokesman confirmed in a statement that the Karachi police chief’s headquarters had come under attack. The statement said, ‘Firing is going on.’ Karachi Police Chief Javed Odho has also confirmed in a tweet that his office has been attacked. He said that the security forces have given a strong response.
The terrorists first hurled half a dozen hand grenades at the main premises of the Karachi Police Chief’s Office building and then entered the premises. A police source said, “Heavy exchange of fire is going on between paramilitary forces, police and the attackers. To surround the attackers, all the mobile vans of the district and the area were immediately called to the spot. ,
The Karachi Police Chief’s office is located near the city’s main road leading to the airport. No group has yet claimed responsibility for the attack.
Pakistan has seen an increase in terrorist attacks since November, when the Pakistan Taliban ended a month-long ceasefire with the government. Last month, a Taliban suicide bomber blew himself up at a mosque packed with worshipers in a high-security area in northwestern Peshawar city, killing more than 100 people. Most of the dead were policemen.