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4 terrorists who attacked Pakistan Stock Exchange killed by security forces in Karachi

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4 terrorists who attacked Pakistan Stock Exchange killed by security forces in Karachi

4 terrorists who attacked Pakistan Stock Exchange killed by security forces in Karachi

As per Pakistan media, around four terrorists who attacked Pakistan Stock Exchange in Karachi were killed by security forces.

They stormed the Pakistan Stock Exchange building on June 29 and opened firing.

The terrorists launched a grenade attack at the main gate of the building and stormed the building after firing indiscriminately.

A police officer and security guard stationed outside the PSX building were among the wounded.

Further details are awaited in this regard.

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