3 Blasts In Karachi, Pakistan By Sindhudesh Freedom Fighters

3 Blasts In Karachi at different locations in Pakistan Occupied Sindhudesh by Sindhudesh Freedom Fighters brought Karachi to a halt today

At least five people have been injured in a cracker blast near a Jamaat-i-Islami rally in Karachi, police and officials said.

3 Blasts In Karachi, Pakistan By Sindhudesh Freedom Fighters
3 Blasts In Karachi, Pakistan By Sindhudesh Freedom Fighters

Information on casualties is awaited from the other two blasts.

The blast took place near the main truck that was part of the rally in Gulshan-i-Iqbal area, a JI spokesperson said, adding that two people were critically injured.

The East superintendent of police said unidentified persons riding a motorcycle threw a grenade at the rally and fled.

Sindhudesh Freedom Fighters group Sindhudesh Revolutionary Army (SRA) took the responsibility.

As per sources, the First attack took place in Korangi was carried out by Mohajir Freedom Fighters. The Second attack took place in Kotri was carried on by Sindhudesh Revolutionary Army (SRA). The Third attack took place in Hassan Square rally.

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Freedom Fighter Sodhu Sindhi who is the spokesperson of Sindhudesh Revolutionary Army (SRA) tweeted, “#14AugustBlackDay #SindhiNation will never accept the #PakistaniOccupation and #ReligiousExtremism in #Sindh. SRA claims the reponsibilty of attack on #Jamait_e_Islami‘s #KashmirRally at #HassanSquire #Karachi today. Sodho Sindhi-Spokesperson Sindhudesh Revolutionary Army (SRA)”

A March of some Radical Groups was halted with another blast on the rail line.

In another tweet, the Sindh Revolutionary Army today claimed responsibility for the attack on Rangers at Malir Halt in Karachi, Korangi, Rana G State Agency of Punjabi Settler in Nasir Colony, Haleem Adil’s train march on Kotri Bridge and grenade attacks on Pakistan Air Defense Veterans Center at Kotri site. ۔ Sodho Sindhi

3 Blasts In Karachi, Pakistan By Sindhudesh Freedom Fighters
3 Blasts In Karachi, Pakistan By Sindhudesh Freedom Fighters

Press Statement by Sodhu Sindhi (spokesperson) Sindhudesh Rowlusionary Army (SRI)

Sindhu Desh Revolutionary Army has accepted the responsibility of attacking Rana State Agency by Punjabi Settlers in Karachi Jamaat-e-Islami, Kashmir train march in Kotri, Pakistan Air Defense Champions Center Kotri, Malir Halt Karachi and Punjabi Settlers in Nasir Colony of Karachi Korangi She does it.

August 14 is national slavery day for the Sindhi nation, the day on which Punjab imperialism occupied our land on the basis of its state force and strength. The Sindhi nation will never accept Pakistani (Punjabi) occupation and religious extremism on their land of Sindh while defending their country. The non-natural state of Pakistan has made thousands of years of history, the land, resources of Sindhi, Baloch and Pashtun. She has been looting the beach for the past 72 years. And now Pakistan is intensifying the loot by joining the imperialism of China under sepic projects and all our land, resources and coast. Wants to permanently occupy the sea and trade routes.

Against the occupation and national slavery, we all oppressed nations have to fight together and get freedom from Punjab imperialism.

We appeal to the Sindhi nation to stay away from all other programs including rallies and protests by Pakistan on August 14

The Sindhudesh Revolutionary Army repeats its determination to continue its resistance struggle till the complete independence of Sindh.

Points to Ponder

Shouldn’t Pakistan that has been burning its neighbors India and Afghanistan since last 72 years, should save its own house from fire?

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