Karachi blast: MQM to observe Wednesday as day of mourning


Blast in Karachi kills 3, injures 12

 At least three persons were reported killed and twelve others injured in apowerful blast at a bus stop near People’s Chowrangi in North Nazimabad Karachi here on Tuesday 

Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Tuesday announced to observe a day of mourning all across the province of Sindh following what it said killings and injuries of its workers as a result of today’s blast at its camp office here

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The bomb was planted in a motorbike
Police and rescue services reached the site of  incident soon after the blast and shifted the injured people to Abbasi Shaheed hospital.

MQM shuts election offices

Soon after the blast on Tuesday, MQM chief Altaf Hussain directed that all of his party’s elections cells to be closed temporarily.

The MQM leader further called on major political parties to condemn this crime.

Two persons lost their lives while 18 others sustained wounds after a powerful blast ripped through an election camp of MQM near People’s Chowrangi in North Nazimabad area Tuesday night.

The injured were shifted to Abbasi Shaheed Hospital where a few of the injured are said to be in a critical condition.

The powerful blast shattered the window panes of the buildings surrounding the site of the tragic incident in Karachi - the provincial capital and commercial hub of Pakistan.

MQM Chief Altaf Hussain, whose, party faces direct threats from the Pakistani Taliban, said that as to how voters could come out of their houses to cast their ballots in a situation like this.


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