AQIS threatens peace of Karachi: Main Targets remain Rangers, Police and Imambargahs

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Pakistan
Tuesday, 14 June 2016

Security agencies in Pakistan unveil al-Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS) plan of terror in Karachi.

A memorandum released from Additional I.G. Mushtaq Meher's office states AQIS is planning a terror attack in the metropolis from 7 Ramazan onward.

The release clearly indicate threat to security officials themselves. Rangers, Police are up front to be targeted. It advises areas where they suspect the perpetrators will inflict damage to law enforcing agencies.

The memo also suggests a rift or flare of sectarianism with religious precincts (mosques/imambargah) to be attacked. The report states that not only more traffic police but foreigners sp. chinese working in oil refineries to be targeted.


This is not the first that AQIS has threatened the peace of the city. In a recent event, two AQIS terrorists were killed in an encounter when they were trying to blow up a military Arms-laden Train coming from WAH Ordinance Factory.

Al Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent has released multiple statements claiming to have killed multiple Military officers, Policemen, Educationalists, lawyers and Bloggers.

A few names worth mentioning pertaining to Karachi are Professor Shakeel Auj, Dr Yasir Rizvi.

AQIS claimed responsibility for the death of four Bangladeshi bloggers; Avijit Roy, Oyasiqur Rahman Babu, Ahmed Rajib Haider and AKM Shafiul Islam.

They have claimed responsibility to major attacks on a number of Military men (Brigadier Fazal Zahoor) and Facilities to mention, Pakistan Naval Dockyard with an attempt to Hijack PNS Zulfiqar, Air force Bases and Pakistan International Airport.

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