Karachi explosion in Pakistan in the same situation as the’civil war’ killed 3 people, injured 15 people | World news

On Wednesday (October 21), an explosion broke out in a four-story building in Karachi, Pakistan, killing at least three people and injuring about 15 others. It turned out that a massive explosion occurred in the building opposite the Maskan gate of Karachi University in Gulshan-e-Iqbal.

Both the injured and the dead were taken to hospital, Dunn reported. The police have not yet revealed the cause of the explosion, but insisted that “it seems to be a cylinder explosion.” The explosion took place on the second floor of the building. On Tuesday, a bomb exploded at the bus terminal near Sheerin Jinnah Colony, injuring 5 people.

The fatal incident occurred when Pakistani army chief Kamar Javed Bajwa ordered an investigation into rumors that the Sindh police chief was kidnapped by Pakistani troops in order to pressure the Karachi police to arrest son-in-law Safdar Awan. I did. Of former Pakistani Prime Minister Nawa Z Sharif

According to The International Herald, 10 Karachi police officers were killed in a crash in Pakistan’s financial capital. It also claimed that a fierce conflict between the police and the army triggered a’civil war’.

In a statement, Pakistani military media said in a statement that Army General Bajwa instructed the commander of the Karachi Corps to “investigate the situation immediately” to confirm the facts and report it as soon as possible.

Safdar and Maryam, who are also PML-N vice presidents, can remember that when Safdar was arrested in a hotel room, he was in Karachi for several days to attend the opposition’s Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) rally. It was revealed that Safdar was detained by the Karachi police on charges of ignoring the mausoleum of the country’s founder Mohammad Ali Jinna. Safdar was later released on bail.

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