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Attack On Pak Stock Exchange In Karachi, 4 Gunmen Shot Dead


All four terrorists, who attacked the Pakistan Stock Exchange in Karachi this morning, have been shot dead, police said. At least six other people were killed in the attack, according to the officials. The gunmen attacked the building, which is in a high security zone that also houses the head offices of many private banks, with grenades and guns, Karachi police chief Ghulam Nabi Memon told news agency Reuters. “Four attackers have been killed, they had come in a silver Corolla car,” Mr Memon said. ‘Police have recovered modern automatic weapons and explosive materials from the terrorists,’ the statement read. No terror group has claimed the responsibility of the attack so far.

The Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) tweeted that ‘the situation is still unfolding’. ‘There was an attack on the PSX compound earlier today. The situation is still unfolding and management, with the help of security forces, is managing the security and controlling the situation,’ one of the posts read. All four terrorists, who attacked the Pakistan Stock Exchange in Karachi this morning, have been shot dead, police said. At least six other people were killed in the attack, according to the officials.

The gunmen attacked the building, which is in a high security zone that also houses the head offices of many private banks, with grenades and guns, Karachi police chief Ghulam Nabi Memon, media reported. ‘Four attackers have been killed, they had come in a silver Corolla car,’ Mr Memon said.

The Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) tweeted that ‘the situation is still unfolding’. ‘There was an attack on the PSX compound earlier today. The situation is still unfolding and management, with the help of security forces, is managing the security and controlling the situation,’ one of the posts read.

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