One Chinese civilian was killed, and 2 injured by unidentified gunmen in Pakistan
Unidentified markswomen opened fire inside a dental clinic in Pakistan’s southern harborage megacity of Karachi on Wednesday, killing a Chinese public and injuring two others, police said in what they believed to be the rearmost targeted attack against them. goes.
SSP( South) Asad Raza said that the bushwhackers entered the clinic in Karachi’s Sadar area pretending to be a case, Dawn news reported.
He said one person failed and two injured, including a woman, were admitted to the sanitarium for treatment.
He verified that the victims were Chinese people.
latterly, police linked the victims as 25- time-old Ronald Raymond Chow, 72- time-old Margade and 74- time-old Richard.
Police said that the condition of both the injured nonnatives was critical as they were shot in the stomach.
Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah ordered the immediate arrest of the bushwhackers, saying similar incidents can not be permitted, according to a sanctioned statement.
He has also sought a detailed report from the fresh IGP of Karachi.
This incident is the rearmost incident of the recent attack on Chinese citizens in the country.
In April, three Chinese were killed in a self-murder bombing at Karachi University by the separatist Baloch Liberation Army, which opposes China’s investment in Balochistan, criminating China and Pakistan for exploiting the resource-rich region.
Some other attacks were also attributed to radical Islamist terrorist associations in Pakistan.