Chinese Consulate attack: Arrested key accused brought from Gulf state
KARACHI (92 News) – The arrested key accused of Chinese consulate attack in Karachi has been brought to Pakistan from Gulf state on Wednesday.
According to the sources, the key suspect was identified as Rashid Brohi was caught from a gulf state and transferred to Pakistan through Interpol.
The sources also said that Brohi kept keeping watch during the attack and facilitated the attackers. It was also reported that during the probe he was nearing the Chinese Consulate when it was attacked and personally monitored the assault.
Those arrested, earlier had informed about Rashid Brohi, who is allegedly a member of the proscribed Balochistan Liberation Army (BLA). The Sources further said that Brohi had taken Rs0.9 million for the attack.
It said that Rashid Brohi after the terrorist attack had fled abroad. Brohi, the main character of terrorist attack on Chinese Consulate in Karachi, was arrested by Sharjah Police in January.
Mastermind of Chinese consulate attack Aslam Achchu killed
Earlier, mastermind behind an attack on Chinese Consulate in Karachi, Aslam Alias Achchu was killed in Afghanistan. Terrorist Aslam Achchu got injured during an attack over Achuch’s residence in Kandhar, when a meeting of the terrorists was underway. He was shifted to the hospital where he did not succumb to his injuries.
3 terrorists killed as forces foil attack on Chinese Consulate
On November 23, Security forces foiled a terrorist attack on consulate in Karachi this morning, killing three terrorists while two policemen and as many citizens embraced martyrdom.
According to the ISPR, Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa has lauded the great sacrifice of policemen who embraced martyrdom while fighting against terrorists.
“Pakistan Rangers Sindh, Police and other LEAs responded with professional excellence. We stay determined to root out terrorism and militancy from our motherland,” he said.
Meanwhile, security agencies have identified the killed terrorists as Razaq of Kharan, a former employee of the Balochistan government, Azal Khan Mari alias Sangat Dada and Raees Baloch.