Attack on Chinese consulate in Karachi: death of two policemen, three militant killed
Two policemen killed in Pakistan firing near China’s Consulate in Clifton area of Karachi
- Attack on Chinese Consulate in Karachi
- The death of two policemen in the attack
- According to Geo News, 3 terrorists were also killed.
NEW DELHI: Pakistan’s southern port city in the Clifton area of Karachi by unknown assailants at the Consulate of China at went killing at least two policemen. Pakistan’s Geo News quoted the Karachi police chief as saying that he has killed three terrorists. A terrorist organization responsible for this attack has taken the responsibility.
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Local police officer Javed Alam Odo told the AFP news agency that nearly four gunmen tried to enter the consulate in China on Friday, but security guards stopped him at the checkpoint. They said, after this, the firing began on both sides, in which ‘our two constables died and one got injured …’
Javed Alam also told that the attacker ‘fled’, but this time it has not been confirmed that the attack has ended. According to them, the siege of the area has been taken. And the security forces are conducting search operations.
Senior police officer Peer Mohammed Shah said, “The police and the ranger have reached Tak-e-Wardat …” The photographs of the attack allegedly on social media have been posted, the cloud of smoke rising in the area also I can see.
Pakistan’s largest city Karachi has been a victim of political, factional violence. In recent years, with the prompt and strict action of the security forces, there has been a decrease in the frequency of violence, but attacks are rarely done.