At least four security forces and a Pakistani policeman were killed on Monday in an attack on the Pakistani stock exchange headquarters in Karachi in the south of the country by four militiamen who were eventually killed by the security forces. Pakistani, the local television station Geo reported.
The four armed militiamen tried to break into the headquarters of the Pakistani stock exchange in Karachi at 9:00 am, open fire with their weapons, and detonate a grenade at the entrance to the building. The militiamen managed to access the Pakistan Stock Exchange site through the parking lot, where they opened fire on the people who found them. In those first moments, the terrorists killed four security forces and a deputy police inspector.
A police officer told the Dawn newspaper that five bodies and seven casualties, including several police officers, had been taken to the Ruth Pfau Civil Hospital in Karachi. The attack would have killed two civilians and the four militiamen killed by the Pakistani security forces.
The police and the effects of the Rangers’ body were deployed at the site of the attack and managed to kill the four militiamen who took part in the attack. The security forces are conducting a search operation in the surrounding areas.