Gwadar unrest: Eight injured in grenade attack

According to the sources, four personnel working in the shop belonged to Sindh.


Our Correspondent July 31, 2013

QUETTA: At least eight people were injured in a hand grenade attack in Gwadar city on Monday.

According to the police, unidentified men riding a motorcycle hurled a hand grenade at a tailor’s shop on the Airport Road area. The attackers managed to escape after committing the crime. Police rushed to the spot soon after the incident and cordoned off the area. According to the sources, four personnel working in the shop belonged to Sindh, while the remaining were locals. No group has so far claimed responsibility for the attack.

Published in The Express Tribune, July 30th, 2013.

COMMENTS (1)

Mian Muhammad ali shah | 8 years ago | Reply

when there is agreement b/w pak and china abt gawadar port such kind of activities are happening. those who are doing this attacks are locals but some neighbor countries are involved to destabilize pak and specifically that port.

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