Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has condemned the recent terrorist attack on the Karachi Police Headquarters and has vowed to root out terrorism from the country. In a tweet, he saluted the bravery of the police and law enforcement officers who foiled the attack and affirmed that Pakistan has the courage and determination to eliminate terrorism and bring the perpetrators to justice.
Sharif emphasized that Pakistan has been fighting terrorism for the last two decades with its own blood and is determined to end the crisis once and for all, even in times of crisis. He stated that terrorists may have forgotten that Pakistan is the only country that has defeated terrorism with its bravery and courage.
Meanwhile, the Chief Minister of Sindh province Murad Ali Shah reassured the public that the Karachi attack will not affect the Pakistan Super League (PSL). He condemned the terrorist attack and commended the efforts of the police, rangers, and army in foiling the attackers’ intentions. He confirmed that four people had died, but the attack had been thwarted.
The PSL matches have been ongoing since February 13, and the tournament is set to end on March 19, with many matches scheduled to take place in Karachi. Despite the attack, the Chief Minister expressed confidence that the PSL would continue as planned, with additional security measures in place.