Top police officials visit site of Safora carnage

Sindh Assembly passes resolution in aftermath of deadly attack that killed at least 44 people

Sindh Assembly passes resolution in the aftermath of the attack; top police officials visit Safora carnage site. PHOTO: AFP

KARACHI: Top police officials visited on Friday the site of Safora carnage in Karachi, Express News reported.

On May 13, gunmen on motorcycles boarded a bus and opened fire on commuters belonging to the Ismaili community killing at least 45 people.

Read: 43 dead, eight injured in bus attack on Karachi's Ismaili community

According to police, security forces searched houses in the neighborhood to carry out further investigation. The officials also held a meeting with members of Ismaili community before the search operation was conducted in the area.

The United States had offered to help Pakistan investigate the deadly attack on the minority community.

Read: US offers aid to probe attack on Ismaili community in Karachi

Sindh Assembly adopts resolution

Condemning the barbaric attack, Sindh Assembly unanimously passed a resolution in the aftermath of the incident.

The resolution was tabled by Pakistan Peoples Party, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, Pakistan Muslim League-Functional and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf members of parliament.

The lawmakers expressed their sympathies to the families of the victims and demanded that the government should take action against the culprits.

"The government should take pragmatically act by implementing the National Action Plan in its true spirit," the lawmakers said.


Kokab | 6 years ago | Reply Forget it. Hundreds of such FIR's get registered everyday but nothing happens. This is Pakistan, my friends.
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