Federal govt send red alert for Karachi fearing suicide attacks

Karachi security

ISLAMABAD – The Federal Interior Ministry has warned the authorities of Sindh regarding possible security situation in the largest metropolitan and the most populated city of Pakistan.

The interior ministry has sent a letter to Sindh’s provincial government on Wednesday revealing possibility of suicide blasts in the city.

Letter stated that suicide attack can occur at any place in Karachi in coming days and directed the Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) to adopt stringent security measures across the provincial capital to prevent any foul play.

The letter said terrorists had planned terror activities in different areas of the city.

The interior ministry letter has been dispatched to all relevant stake holders including DG Rangers, Inspector General Police and provincial government high-ups.

Meanwhile, the Interior Ministry also expressed concern that different Chinese engineers working in Sindh could be abducted by miscreants.

An arrested robber Ismail Phanwar confessed to police that planning had been made to kidnap Chinese engineers in Sindh.

The ministry directed DG Rangers and IG Sindh to ensure arrest of the culprits named by the nabbed robber.

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