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SRA claims the responsibility of two separate attacks on Pakistan rangers in Karachi.

Rangers forces were bombed at two different locations in Karachi.

According to details, unidentified persons targeted Pakistan Rangers by bombs at two different places in Karachi, the capital of Sindh.

The first attack was carried out on Rangers vehicle in Gulistan-e-Johar area of ​​Karachi while a Rangers check post was targeted in Malir area within an hour.

According to officials, a Rangers official was injured in the Gulistan-e-Johar blast. Authorities have not yet released details of casualties in the second attack.

Meanwhile, Sindhudesh Revolutionary Army (SRA) spokesman, Sodho Sindhi has claimed the responsibility for the attacks.

The SRA statement said “Sindhudesh Revolutionary Army claims the responsibility of twin attacks on Pakistan Rangers today; one on a Rangers vehicle in Gulistan-e-Johar Karachi, where 2 Rangers personnel were killed and five were seriously injured and second attack took place on the Rangers check-post located at Manzil Pump, Qauidabad, in which one Rangers Personnel was killed and two were critically wounded.”

“Pakistani Punjabi state has occupied our land and resources, we will never allow Punjabis (Pakistani state) and China to occupy and exploit our land and our Sea,” statement read.

The spokesperson further said “SRA resists against the occupation of Pakistan and China and we will continue our attacks on CPEC and all other Pak-China Projects, which may exploit our sea, land and resources.”

“Sindhudesh Revolutionary Army is fighting for Free, Sovereign, Secular and Democratic State of Sindhudesh,” he added


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