According to authorities, two people were shot and killed in what is thought to be the most recent targeted attack on them, including a Chinese national, inside a dentistry clinic in Karachi, Pakistan’s southern port city.
According to SSP (South) Asad Raza, the assailants entered the clinic in Karachi’s Saddar neighborhood while claiming to be a patient.
He said that one person had died and two others, including a woman, had been injured and sent to a hospital for care.
He attested to the victims’ ethnicity as being Chinese.
Later, according to authorities, RonilD Raimond Chaw, 25, Margrade, 72, and Richard, 74, were the victims.
According to the authorities, both of the injured foreign nationals’ conditions are severe since they have abdominal gunshot wounds.
According to the official statement, Murad Ali Shah, the chief minister of Sindh, has ordered the assailants’ immediate arrest because he believes such occurrences are intolerable.
He has also asked the Karachi Additional IGP for a thorough report.
The event is the most recent in a string of assaults against Chinese citizens in the nation.
In April, three Chinese people were murdered in a suicide bombing at Karachi University carried out by the separatist Baloch Liberation Army, which is against Chinese involvement in Balochistan and accuses both Pakistan and China of exploiting the region’s abundant natural resources.
Other assaults have also been linked to Pakistani extreme Islamic terror groups.