KU Attack: Karachi University has announced to suspend all classes on April 27.
According to details, Karachi University has announced to suspend all classes and public dealings on April 27.
The notification has been issued after the approval of the Acting Vice Chancellor of Karachi University.
It should be noted that 5 people were killed and several others were injured in an Karachi University explosion in the van of foreign teachers at Karachi University.
A van parked near Karachi University’s Commerce Department and Confucius Institute of Chinese Language exploded while a large number of students and teachers were present.
The blast was so intense that not only did the van catch fire, but the windows of nearby cars and buildings were shattered.
Immediately after the blast, law enforcement officials on security arrived at Karachi University.
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The injured were rushed to a nearby hospital where five people were confirmed dead. The condition of many of the injured is said to be critical, leading to fears of further casualties.
Karachi Police Chief Ghulam Nabi Memon while talking to media said that the blast may have been suicide and a burqa-clad woman may have been involved in it. The blast is a result of sabotage.
Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah took notice of the blast in the vehicle and demanded a detailed report from Commissioner Karachi.
Talking to media, DIG East Muqaddas Haider said that the blast took place at 1:52 am, killing five people including three foreigners.
The dead included two women and a man among the foreigners, he said, adding that the bomb was to be determined by a bomb disposal squad.