Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Malir Rao Anwar survived an try on life when suspected assailants attacked his convoy in Karachi on Monday, DawnNews reported.
SSP Anwar remained unharmed within the assault, police stated, including that a suicide attacker blew himself up close to the convoy whereas two different attackers have been killed in retaliatory hearth by policemen.
Later, speaking to media individuals, Anwar stated that one attacker collided with the APC travelling in entrance of the convoy and blew himself. “Policemen exchanged hearth with different attackers, killing two of them, whereas few others have been seen fleeing from the scene,” he added.
The convoy got here underneath assault by assailants when the senior official was heading in the direction of his house in Malir Cantt. At the least 4 policemen travelling within the convoy sustained bullet wounds, police stated.
Police, Rangers and different safety personnel reached the blast website quickly after the assault and cordoned off the world. A search operation was additionally launched within the space to apprehend the attacker who had fled the scene.
SSP Rao Anwar survived an assault in 2015 throughout which assailants hurled grenades and opened fire on his convoy whereas the police officer was returning house from the residence of slain DSP Fateh Muhammad Sangi.
Rao Anwar, referred to as the ‘encounter specialist’ by some, is understood for finishing up ‘encounters’ of controversial nature towards outlaws and has claimed up to now to have killed militants belonging to varied terrorist organisations and the then-Mohajir Qaumi Motion activists throughout his raids.
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Nearly all of such instances remained unquestioned, aside from the few the place the households of these shot lifeless moved the courtroom.
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