Here’s how Sindh security forces foiled the PSX attack

KARACHI (HRNW) All four terrorists who had attacked the building of the Pakistan Stock Exchange in Karachi were killed by security forces within eight minutes, said Sindh Rangers DG Major General Omar Ahmed Bukhari.

He shared details of the attack that occurred outside the PSX building on Karachi’s II Chundrigar Road Monday morning. Four terrorists had tried to enter the building but were shot down during an exchange of fire with police, Rangers and private security guards.

A policeman and two guards were martyred in the attack. Three policemen, two security guards and a stock exchange employee have been injured and shifted to a hospital.

“At 10:02am, four terrorists parked their car outside the PSX building and opened fire at the security guards on the outer barrier of the building’s entrance,” he said. “They fired six bullets and tried to enter the building.”

Two terrorists were killed at the entrance. A police officer was martyred during the fire exchange. Two other terrorists moved further towards the entrance but were shot dead before they could enter.

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