Karachi stock terrorist attack


Balooch Liberation Army has taken the responsibility of attack at Karachi stock exchange.

BLA behind the attack. Armed men attacked the Pakistan Stock Exchange building in Karachi on Monday, and four of the assailants were killed, police said.

Armed militants had arrived at the PSX compound in a sedan and attempted to enter it from the parking ground side, according to initial reports and eyewitness statements. They were seen shouldering backpacks and carrying automatic weaponry in an amateur video captured by an eyewitness. The equipment and ammunition recovered from them indicated that they had come prepared for a long siege.

After failing to enter the compound, the militants launched a gun and grenade attack and attempted to storm the building while opening indiscriminate fire. They were engaged by security personnel posted at the PSX and could not make headway amidst heavy exchange of fire. 


Terrorist attack on Pak stock exchange building in Karachi. An ongoing gun, grenade attack at the Pakistan Stock Exchange in Karachi has killed at least two civilians and injured three. Four militants have stormed the PSX building and opened indiscriminate fire.

Police said three of four terrorists r killed while one remains inside the building. Militants launched grenade attack at main gate of building stormed building after firing indiscriminately. PSX building surrounding areas have been sealed by police,Rangers personnel.

Police said all four militants that attacked the busy Pakistan Stock Exchange Monday morning have been killed as four security guards and a police sub-inspector were martyred in the attack. 

The militants launched a grenade attack at the main gate of the building and attempted to storm the building after opening indiscriminate fire. SSP City Muqaddas Haider said that seven injured persons had been shifted to a hospital for medical treatment. 

Published by Naresh Sagar

Mentor MSME, Motivator, Media Event Org, Management fiscal & Water management.Social Media branding,Internet broadcasters,Propunder of Indian Philosophy

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