ANP leader survives hand grenade attack in Karachi

Three people were injure­d in the attack, includ­ing two of his guards.

Web Desk August 16, 2012

KARACHI: Awami National Party’s (ANP) Sindh General Secretary Bashir Jan escaped a hand grenade attack Thursday night in the Frontier Mor area of Karachi, reported Express  News.

Three people were injured in the attack, including two of his guards.

Jan’s jeep was attacked by unknown men on motorcycles when he was returning from the Fateha Khwani of recently killed local ANP leader Ameer Sardar.

Two police officials, who were a part of Jan’s squad, were injured, along with the organiser of Bacha Khan Markaz, Mohammad Gul.

Police and Rangers cordoned off the area immediately after the incident.

Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah condemned the incident and sought a report of the incident from Inspector General (IG) Sindh Police. He ordered the IG to arrest the culprits involved as soon as possible.


Sehr.Siddiqui | 11 years ago | Reply

It was a result of an intra party revenge on booty.

ather khan | 11 years ago | Reply

its high time ANP proceed to the federal govt to stop this killings. mqm taliban whoever behind this should be stop.

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