Imran Khan’s absurd statement about Karachi attack, again told India responsible

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World Desk, Web4Study, Islamabad
Updated Tue, 30 Jun 2020 09:31 PM IST

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Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday blamed India in Parliament for the terrorist attack on the stock exchange in Karachi, Pakistan. Earlier, Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi had also accused India, which was rejected by India.

Let us tell you that there was a terrorist attack on ‘Pakistan Stock Exchange’ located in Karachi city on Monday morning. 11 people died in this attack. The attack was carried out by four terrorists who were killed in the encounter. A police officer and four security guards were also killed in the attack.

In Parliament, Imran said, what happened in Mumbai, they wanted to do something similar. They wanted to create an atmosphere of stampede. We have no doubt that India was behind this attack. He said the terrorists had a huge amount of weapons but our security forces averted a major tragedy.

Earlier on Monday, Pakistan Foreign Minister Qureshi had made a disastrous attempt to drag India into this attack. His remarks were termed as absurd by the Indian Ministry of External Affairs. The ministry had said that India rejects Pakistan’s foreign minister’s absurd remarks about the terrorist attack in Karachi.

The Indian Foreign Ministry had said that Pakistan cannot blame India for its domestic problems. External Affairs Ministry spokesman Anurag Shrivastava had said in response to Qureshi’s remarks that unlike Pakistan, India does not hesitate to criticize terrorism in any part of the world, including Karachi.

The responsibility for this attack was taken by Majeed Brigade affiliated with Balochistan Liberation Army (BLA). This organization is banned in Pakistan, USA and UK. The terrorists had reached the stock exchange in a car and started shooting indiscriminately. During this time, he also threw grenades at the main gate of the multi-storey building.

Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday blamed India in Parliament for the terrorist attack on the stock exchange in Karachi, Pakistan. Earlier, Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi had also accused India, which was rejected by India.

Let us tell you that there was a terrorist attack on ‘Pakistan Stock Exchange’ located in Karachi city on Monday morning. 11 people died in this attack. The attack was carried out by four terrorists who were killed in the encounter. A police officer and four security guards were also killed in the attack.

In Parliament, Imran said, what happened in Mumbai, they wanted to do something similar. They wanted to create an atmosphere of stampede. We have no doubt that India was behind this attack. He said the terrorists had a huge amount of weapons but our security forces averted a major tragedy.

Earlier on Monday, Pakistan Foreign Minister Qureshi had made a disastrous attempt to drag India into this attack. His remarks were termed as absurd by the Indian Ministry of External Affairs. The ministry had said that India rejects Pakistan’s foreign minister’s absurd remarks about the terrorist attack in Karachi.

The Indian Foreign Ministry had said that Pakistan cannot blame India for its domestic problems. External Affairs Ministry spokesman Anurag Shrivastava had said in response to Qureshi’s remarks that unlike Pakistan, India does not hesitate to criticize terrorism in any part of the world, including Karachi.

The responsibility for this attack was taken by Majeed Brigade affiliated with Balochistan Liberation Army (BLA). This organization is banned in Pakistan, USA and UK. The terrorists had reached the stock exchange in a car and started shooting indiscriminately. During this time, he also threw grenades at the main gate of the multi-storey building.

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