Four terrorists attacked the stock exchange in Karachi on Monday, killing three security guards and a police officer and wounding several others. Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan has accused India of being behind the attack. In Iran, a roadside bomb hit two Revolutionary Guard vehicles in the southeast of the country on Tuesday, but no one was killed in the attack.
In Pakistan, Prime Minister Imran Khan said in an address to the Pakistani parliament on Tuesday that he had no doubt that India was behind the raid on the building housing the Pakistan Stock Exchange, which is located in a high-security zone of Karachi, a day earlier.
A group of heavily armed assailants attempted to storm the headquarters of Pakistan’s largest stock exchange on Monday, using firearms and grenades. The assailants threw grenades and opened fire on a security post outside the building, killing three guards and a police officer. Several others were injured in the attack.
Security forces, however, managed to kill all the four gunmen involved in the assault before they could enter the building.
The ‘Baloch Liberation Army’, which operates in Pakistan’s south-western province of Balochistan, later claimed responsibility for the attack.
However, Pakistani officials are