Two killed in suicide bomb attack on vehicle carrying Japanese citizens in Pakistan

Ronit Kawale
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A vehicle carrying five Japanese nationals was targeted by a suicide bomber in Karachi's Landhi area on Friday, Dawn News quoted police as saying.

Police said Japanese civilians were injured in the incident, although the terrorists involved in carrying out the attack were killed.

Deputy Inspector General (DIG) East Azfar Mahesar told Dawn that the incident occurred near Murtaza Chorangi in Landhi, adding that five foreign nationals were traveling in a Hiace van.

“All five Japanese remained safe. However, the private security guard accompanying him was injured,'' he said.

“Nobody has taken responsibility yet,” the DIG said, adding that the vehicle carrying the Japanese nationals was bullet-proof.

In a related development, Sindh Chief Minister (CM) Murad Ali Shah directed the Inspector General to investigate the incident and prepare a report containing specific information along with the identity of the terrorists, origin and any of their accomplices. Also join. About the explosives used in the blast.

He ordered to make a quick plan for the safety of foreign nationals in the country.

More information is awaited.

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