Chinese National Stabbed In Karachi, Pakistan; Two Arrested

China and Pakistan conduct joint patrol along China-PoK border (represetative image)

Two Pakistani security guards accused of stabbing a Chinese national in Karachi and stealing 3 million rupees and other valuables from him, were arrested from Sindh province, reports The Hindu.

“They (guards) attacked the Chinese national with knives and robbed him of Rs 3 million, and other valuables,” DIG South, Sharjeel Karim Kharal was quoted saying.

The guards, employed by a private security agency, were detailed at the residence of the Chinese national identified as Shi Qingpu.


“The guards were arrested at Jamshoro toll plaza after fleeing from Karachi,” Kharal said.

Qingpu was admitted to a private hospital in Clifton. Senior police officials met him there, and according to Kharal, he is out of danger.

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