KARACHI: The Chinese Consul General in Karachi, Wang Yu has lauded the performance of Security and Management Services (SMS) guards during the incident on November 23 when three terrorists armed with weapons and explosives attacked the Chinese consulate in Karachi.
“With one killed near the first check post, the remaining two ran towards the visa section and tried to break in,” he said. “Three unarmed security guards – Shoukat Ali Talpur, Muhammad Kamran and Ruby Abdul Razzaq diligently performed their duty.”
The CG added that the guards’ “brave and smart performance helped the law enforcers kill the attackers and avoided further losses of human lives and properties.”
The Chinese CG, as well as other staff associated with the consulate, expressed gratitude to the three guards and appreciated the SMS for providing them adequate training. CG Wang Yu also handed over a Letter of Appreciation to the guards for their efforts. “In the future, we are confident that all Chinese and Pakistani friends will continue to foster closer relations for the common peace and prosperity of our two countries,” he said.
Published in The Express Tribune, December 4th, 2018.