Grenade attack near Uzair Baloch’s residence leaves 7 injured

Published: April 15, 2017


KARACHI  : At least seven people were wounded when motorcyclists hurled a hand grenade near the residence of Lyari kingpin Uzair Baloch.

According to details, the injured have been shifted to the Civil Hospital for medical treatment and their condition is said to be serious.

A heavy contingent of Police and Rangers reached the site and investigations are underway.

Uzair Baloch taken into military custody: ISPR

The police believe that a rival group could have behind the incident.

The Lyari gang leader, who was arrested by the Rangers from the outskirts of Karachi last year, has been under Army custody.

In a tweet late Tuesday night, the Director General of the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Major General Asif Ghafoor said that Uzair Baloch was taken into military custody under the Pakistan Army Act 1952 and Official Secret Act, 1923.


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Reader Comments (4)

  • Xian
    Apr 16, 2017 - 11:18AM

    How long have Rangers been in Karachi?Recommend

  • Aware Citizen
    Apr 16, 2017 - 11:28AM

    Give deadline through the country to surrender all weapons and ammunition. If present strategy kept going nothing will happen! There will be peace in country, the day State make mind ! When there is a will,there is a win !!!!. But this will never happen ! keep fear and rule the country this is going on since decades !Recommend

  • Zaheer
    Apr 16, 2017 - 4:50PM

    Uzair Baloch is the real face of PPP it is proven fact that PPP backed anti-Pakistan elements involved in espionage. All such PPP members should be arrested, until that their names should be put on Exit Control List (ECL) to stop them from leaving the country as in the case of Ayyan Ali who managed to escape and now Dr Asim is preparing to left. Recommend

  • Peace
    Apr 18, 2017 - 8:27PM

    In army custody they cant touch him so probablya message fir Uzair baluch to be careful of what he reveals about influentials else their politics will be at stake.Recommend

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