Five Arrested After Karachi Bombings
Five men were arrested and accused in a conspiracy to destabilize the government and terrify people after seven bombs went off in Karachi, Pakistan yesterday.
One person was killed and over 40 others were injured after a series of explosions went off within the space of an hour
ISLAMABAD, July 8 (Xinhua) -- The law enforcement agencies of Pakistan have taken five people into custody in connection with the series of bomb blasts in the Pakistani port city of Karachi.
Seven blasts occurred in different parts of Karachi Monday evening, killing one and injuring 40 others.
No group has claimed responsibility of the blasts.
Syed Qaim Ali Shah, Chief Minister of Sindh province, of which Karachi is the capital, was quoted by the News Network International news agency as saying that a planned conspiracy was being hatched to destabilize the government and to terrify the people.
One killed, dozens injured in series of blasts in Karachi
KARACHI: One person was killed and dozens others injured in a series of five blasts that ripped through different areas of the busiest city of the country on Monday.
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister advisor on interior Rehman A Malik has said miscreants are pursuing vicious attempts to fuel ethnic violence in the country adding government will not allow them to succeed at any cost.
“Miscreants are trying to incite ethnic riots in the country. They will not be allowed to succeed in their nefarious designs at any cost. Anti state elements will be dealt with iron hand”, Rehman A Malik said this while talking to media men here Tuesday.