Terrorists who attacked PSX building received directions from Afghanistan: Report

The terrorists who attacked the building of the Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) in Karachi on Monday were receiving the directions from Kandhar city of the neighboring country Afghanistan, revealed the investigative sources.

According to the details, the progress had been made in the investigation into the attack on the PSX’s compound that took place two days ago on Monday. The investigators have found that one of the militants was in Sindh’s capital Karachi while the other three joined him from Hub.

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The details further said that the militant who was in Karachi had been facilitated by two other persons and had conducted a full recce of the building of the Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) four days before the attack.

The investigators, during the probe, found that attackers were linked to Afghanistan as the militants were receiving the direction from Afghanistan’s city Kandahar.

The development came a day after the Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan, during the session of the National Assembly of Pakistan, said that there was ‘no doubt’ that India was involved in the attack on the Pakistan Stock Exchange.

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