Grenade attacks create panic

WEB DESK: Panic gripped Karachiites when unknown attackers on Friday hurled hand grenades on a school, a college and a police station in different areas of the city.

According to details, the first attack took place when three unidentified persons on a motorbike threw a hand grenade at Mobina Town police station on Main Abul Hassan Isphani Road.

As a result, a police constable sustained minor injuries and was rushed to a local hospital for treatment. The blast partially damaged the wall of the station. The suspects managed to flee.

In the second attack, unknown attackers threw a hand grenade at Apwa Government College in Karimabad, which hit the boundary wall of the college. Two persons were injured in the attack, who were rushed to Abassi Shaheed Hospital for treatment. Later they were discharged from the hospital after treatment. The injured were identified as Sakina daughter of Abbas, and Usama, 16, son of Arif.

The third attack happened in North Nazimabad area in Block A, where unknown motorcyclists hurled a hand grenade outside a school. The attackers managed to escape. Luckily, no one was injured in the attack.

Source: Business Recorder