Karachi University of Pakistan (Karachi University BlastThere was an explosion on Tuesday, in which four people, including three Chinese nationals, were killed. China Pakistan (Pakistan) on Wednesday to enhance the security of Chinese citizens working in his country and to take strict action against those responsible for the suicide attack on Karachi University. Three Chinese teachers and others were injured in the attack. China (ChinaStrongly criticizing the latest attack on Chinese nationals in Pakistan, the Foreign Ministry spokesperson said that the blood of Chinese citizens cannot be shed just like that and the people responsible for this incident must be charged for it.
A burqa-clad suicide bomber blew up a car at the University of Karachi in Pakistan’s financial capital on Tuesday, killing three Chinese nationals and another. The Baloch Liberation Army has claimed responsibility for this attack near the Confucius Institute in the university. The Chinese language is taught in this institute. State news agency Xinhua quoted the spokesman as saying that China strongly condemned the attack and expressed deep sorrow for those killed, as well as expressed condolences to the injured and the families of the victims.
Balochistan Liberation Army claimed responsibility for the attack
The report said that Chinese Assistant Foreign Minister Wu Jianghao immediately called the Pakistani ambassador to China and expressed deep concern. During this, Wu said that the Pakistani side should immediately conduct a thorough investigation of the incident, apprehend and punish the perpetrators and ensure the safety of Chinese citizens in Pakistan, the spokesman said. Majeed Brigade belonging to Balochistan Liberation Army has claimed responsibility for the attack.
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