I threw the grenade separatists from the “Revolutionary army Sindhudesh”.
At least 40 people were injured after unidentified persons threw a grenade into the crowd at a rally in Karachi, Pakistan, reports the Chronicle.info with reference to the Correspondent.
It is noted that the event was organized by the organization “dzhamaat-and-Islami” on the occasion of the first anniversary of the abolition of India’s special status in the Northern state of Jammu and Kashmir claimed by Pakistan.
According to law enforcement officers, the grenade people left two people driving next to the crowd on a motorcycle. Most of the victims suffered minor injuries, only one is in critical condition. In addition, the explosion had shattered Windows at nearby cars.
A year ago, new Delhi announced the decision to abolish the state of Jammu and Kashmir and create in this region, two Union territory — administrative units that have less rights than the state. Islamabad has condemned this decision, downgraded diplomatic relations with India and sent its Ambassador.
We will remind, in Pakistan, eight people were killed and seven were wounded in the attack on the stock exchange building in Karachi. Four terrorists attacked the stock exchange and blowing up a grenade at the main entrance to the building and started shooting indiscriminately from automatic weapons.