BBC has claimed that alleged mastermind behind the attack on Chinese consulate, Aslam Achu, who belonged to banned outfit Baluchistan Liberation Army (BLA) has been killed along with his six lieutenants in a suicide attack in southern Afghanistan.
The Baloch Liberation Army (BLA) – the banned group blamed for most terrorist violence in Balochistan – has confirmed the death of Aslam, alias Achu, along with other terrorists in the southern Afghan province of Kandahar, according to BBC Pashto Service. Sources identified the six slain aides of Aslam as Taju Marri, Rustom alias Rosto, Rahim Marri and Nasir Baloch. They all had been affiliated with the BLA for several years.
According to Pakistani intelligence sources, the attack on Chinese Consulate in Karachi was carried out by the banned outfit Baluchistan Liberation Army (BLA) led by Dr. Allah Nazar Baloch. The intelligence officials believe that this attack was mastermind by BLA commander Aslam Achu who is hiding in India. Aslam Achu was injured in an operation conducted by security forces near Sibi, Baluchistan. According to the officials, he was under treatment in Max hospital in Indian capital Delhi. The intelligence officials also revealed that the plan of this attack was made in India.
Earlier on November 23, the two police officials were martyred in an exchange of fire outside the Chinese Consulate General in Karachi’s Clifton Block 4. According to details, three armed attackers tried to enter the Chinese Consulate in Karachi. The police guards posted outside the Chinese consulate stopped them from entering the Consulate. Both police guards successfully repelled the attack and embraced martyrdom. Their sacrifice averted a possible loss of life. No one inside the Consulate gets injured.
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17 August, 2019