Chinese consulate attack in Karachi was planned in Afghanistan and carried out by India's RAW: Report

Chinese consulate attack in Karachi was planned in Afghanistan and carried out by India's RAW: Report
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KARACHI - Karachi Police Chief Dr Amir Ahmed Shaikh has made startling revelations about the Karachi consulate attack.

He said during a media briefing on Friday said that attack on Karachi consulate in Karachi was planned in Afghanistan and carried out with the assistance of Indian intelligence agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW).

In November last year, three heavily armed militants attempted to enter the Chinese consulate in the ‘high security zone’ of Clifton’s Block-4.

The gun-and-grenade assault also claimed the lives of two police officials and two visa applicants, and injured a private guard of the foreign mission. The banned Balochistan Liberation Army (BLA) had claimed credit for the attack.

The additional inspector general of police disclosed that at least five facilitators have been arrested so far from Karachi , Hub and Quetta during the probe.

He said that based on the police's investigation, the attack was aimed at sabotaging the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) and meant to create trouble between Pakistan and China. "They wanted China to believe that Karachi is not [a] safe [city]."

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