Rangers thwart plan of terror attack on Bol News Anchor Noor Ul Arfeen

Aizbah KhanWeb Editor

25th Jun, 2020. 11:44 pm
Rangers thwart plan of terror attack on Bol News Anchor Noor Ul Arfeen

The plot to attack Bol News anchor Noor Ul Arfeen has been foiled.

The nefarious conspiracy of terrorism including the attack on Bol News anchor Noor Ul Arfeen in Karachi has been foiled.

According to the details, Rangers have arrested three MQM London terrorists and thwarted the terror plot including the attack on Bol News anchor Noor Ul Arfeen in Karachi.

According to a Rangers spokesman, weapons and grenades were recovered from the suspects.

The arrested suspects include Wasiullah, Mohammad Fazil and Mohammad Rizwan. A Rangers spokesman said that the terrorists belonged to the MQM London.

A Rangers spokesman said the suspects had confessed to plotting to attack Noor Ul Arfeen on the orders of the MQM founder, while former MPA Wasim was also targeted.

According to the accused, cracker attacks were also to be carried out on gas cylinder shops in Malir, Shah Faisal and Korangi so that large explosions could take place if the cylinders exploded.

Also read: Rangers operations in different areas of Karachi, 12 suspects arrested

Earlier on June 22, Unidentified attackers opened fire outside the house of MQM Sindh Assembly member Sadaqat Hussain.

Firing has been reported outside the MPA’s house in Orangi Town.

MQM leader Faisal Subzwari wrote on his official Twitter, “MPA Sadaqat Hussain narrowly escaped an attack outside his residence in Orangi Town #Karachi. MPA’s brother & brother in law received bullet injuries.”

He also demanded the security for MQM’s representatives, he said that MQM Pakistan has been demanding proper security for our public Representatives.

At first look, the incident seems to be a robbery but police are investigating the case.

The sources also said that Sadaqat Hussain’s two brothers-in-law were injured in the firing.

It is to be noted that Sadaqat Hussain was elected from PS-117 in the general election of 2018.

Sadaqat Hussain was standing outside his house with his brother and brother-in-law.

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