On the second day of attack on the Pakistan Stock Exchange in Karachi, Pakistan’s largest city, the stock exchange management has decided to set up a financial fund to help the victims, which will be approved by the board as soon as possible.
A case of attack on Pakistan Stock Exchange has been registered against four unidentified assailants under the Anti-Terrorism Act.
Two security guards and a police sub-inspector, including four assailants, were killed during the encounter.
Where were the bodies ?
Inspector Rizwan Patel has taken a stand in the case filed in the government complaint at Methadar police station that when he reached near the stock exchange building at 10.30 am, there was a shootout between the police and the terrorists.
The FIR states that a terrorist whose body was found near Carrie, was wearing a blue shirt and black pants and was 24 or 25 years old and the color was wheat, on the left side of the body. He was shot in the forehead and face, while the grenade exploded, leaving scars between his thighs and legs.
According to police, the other body was lying behind the entrance counter in the premises of the stock exchange. The attacker was also 25-26 years old and was wearing a black shirt and gray pants and had bullet marks on his face, body and back. There were also marks of injuries from a grenade blast on his body Were
The body of a third terrorist, aged 34-35, was found near the barrel. He had a light beard and mustache on his face and was wearing a white check shirt and gray pants with bullets on his face, chest and arms.
Near the 3rd body was the body of a fourth terrorist who was wearing a green and blue T-shirt and black trousers. He was 25 to 26 years old, had curly hair and bullet marks around his body, arms and ears.
Fund of Pakistan Stock Exchange
The Pakistan Stock Exchange has decided to set up a financial fund to help the victims of the attack.
Farrukh Khan, CEO of Pakistan Stock Exchange, said that the approval of the fund would be sought from the board soon after which the stock exchange provided financial assistance to the families of those injured and killed in the attack.
He said that all the industries in stock, financial institutions, brokers and banks in the building will also be asked to contribute to this fund as Pakistan stock is a symbol of the national economy and this attack was made on the national economy. If it went ahead, everyone would be affected.