The Prime Minister of Pakistan, Shehbaz Sharif, has issued a vehement condemnation of the bomb blast that occurred in Karachi and has asked the relevant authorities to promptly arrest those responsible.
The bomb blast that occurred at Iqbal Cloth Market next to Memon Masjid on MA Jinnah Road in Karachi was highly criticized by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif.
He offered his condolences to the family of the woman who had passed away and expressed his sympathies to the 11 people who had been injured in the bomb blast tragedy. He gave the Sindh administration his word that they would receive full cooperation from the Central government in their investigation of those responsible.
He gave orders to the relevant authorities to make enhancements to the existing security arrangements in the province’s various municipalities, with the goals of preserving law and order and safeguarding the protection of the populace.
The Prime Minister of Pakistan prayed for the speedy recovery of the injured and instructed the Chief Minister of Sindh, Murad Ali Shah, to ensure that the injured are treated in the most advanced medical facilities.
Another Blast in Karachi:
On Monday evening in Karachi, a bomb went off close to the Memon Masjid on MA Jinnah Road. One person, a woman named Sania, was killed in the explosion, while 11 other people were injured.
In the bombing that occurred in Iqbal Cloth Market, which is located close to Memon Masjid on MA Jinnah Road, a total of 12 people, including police officers, were injured.
As a result of the strong explosion, a police van was completely obliterated, while a number of other cars sustained partial damage. According to the sources, the explosive substance was presumably concealed within a motorcycle before being detonated by a gadget that was operated remotely.
A woman passed away as she was being transported to the hospital for treatment of her injuries. Among the injured was Assistant Sub Inspector Badaruddin.
A large number of police officers and Rangers blocked off the entire area, and at the same time, the Bomb Disposal Squad (BDS) began the search operation.